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  • Genre: Drama
  • Release Date: 13 October 2016 (Austria)
  • Runtime: 163 min
  • Filming Location: Muskogee, Oklahoma, USA
  • Gross: $662,786 (USA) (2 December 2016)
  • Director: Andrea Arnold
  • Stars: Sasha Lane, Shia LaBeouf, Riley Keough |See full cast & crew »
  • Soundtrack: Mammas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Cigarette Smoking | Dancing | Oil Field | Masturbation | Salesman

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  • Director Andrea Arnold wanted to work with unknown actors and would often approach teenagers on the street whom she thought would be good for the movie, holding impromptu auditions in parking lots. American Honey 2016 56 of 56 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
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  • Shia LaBeouf was injured on set while doing a stunt that involved him smashing his head through a window. American Honey 2016 He ended up with stitches on his hand and head. American Honey 2016 38 of 39 found this interesting Interesting? Yes No |
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American Honey (2016) Plot: A teenage girl with nothing to lose joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits. American Honey 2016 Full summary » | »

American Honey (2016) Story: Star, a teenage girl with nothing to lose, joins a traveling magazine sales crew, and gets caught up in a whirlwind of hard partying, law bending and young love as she criss-crosses the Midwest with a band of misfits. American Honey 2016 Written byAnonymous

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  • Thomas Benski known as producer
  • Chris Carroll known as associate producer
  • Allison Rose Carter known as line producer
  • Marisa Clifford known as executive producer
  • Rose Garnett known as executive producer
  • Melissa Hook known as executive producer
  • Hardy Justice known as executive producer
  • Lars Knudsen known as producer
  • David Kosse known as executive producer
  • Lucas Ochoa known as producer
  • Julia Oh known as co-producer
  • Celine Rattray known as executive producer
  • Pouya Shahbazian known as producer
  • Trudie Styler known as executive producer
  • Charlotte Ubben known as executive producer
  • Jay Van Hoy known as producer
  • Alice Weinberg known as producer

American Honey (2016) Movie Free Download FullCast & Crew:
 

  • Sasha Lane known as Star
  • Shia LaBeouf known as Jake
  • Riley Keough known as Krystal
  • McCaul Lombardi known as Corey
  • Arielle Holmes known as Pagan
  • Crystal Ice known as Katness (as Crystal B. American Honey 2016 Ice)
  • Veronica Ezell known as QT (as Verronikah Ezell)
  • Chad Cox known as Billy (as Chad McKenzie Cox)
  • Garry Howell known as Austin
  • Kenneth Kory Tucker known as Sean
  • Raymond Coalson known as JJ
  • Isaiah Stone known as Kalium
  • Dakota Powers known as Runt
  • Shawna Rae Moseley known as Shaunte
  • Chris Wright known as Riley (as Christopher David Wright)
  • Summer Hunsaker known as Kelsey
  • Brody Hunsaker known as Rubin
  • Johnny Pierce II known as Nathan
  • Chasity Hunsaker known as Misty
  • Michael Hunsaker known as Logan
  • Kaylin Mally known as Destiny
  • Laura Kirk known as Laura
  • Will Patton known as Backseat
  • Daran Shinn known as Front Seat Cowboy
  • Sam Williamson known as Driving Cowboy
  • Bruce Gregory known as Cattle Truck Driver
  • Tyler Forke known as Animal trainer
  • Chris Bylsma known as Neighborhood Man (uncredited)
  • Andrea Fantauzzi known as Jogger (uncredited)

 

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  1. trublu215 from United States says:

    American Honey follows a young woman as she embarks on a road trip ofsorts with a bunch of hippies as they try to swindle their lives awayin hopes of living in the purest of utopias. It is an indie filmthrough and through. Everything from the story to the look reeks of anindependent production which really intrigued me from the minuteAmerican Honey started. Despite this everlasting and enthrallingfeeling of watching pure art in the way of the indie eye as seenthrough director Andrea Arnold, I can’t help but shake the feeling thatthis film could have been more. To start off, there really isn’tanything terrible or bad about the film outside of its indulging andbloated running time of close to 3 hours. The acting is great, thecinematography is amazing, the soundtrack is arguably perfect and thestory (while being paper thin) is acceptable. The biggest enemy thefilm has is itself. The editing is probably my biggest issue with thefilm because it ends up damaging the story through this overbearing andextremely indulgent pacing. At times, there are moments where the filmis unrelenting. You can’t wait to see what happens next. Then there areother moments that move so slow that you question whether or not to getup and stretch your legs. It ends up being a very frustrating film towatch because anyone can see that there is an undeniable masterpieceunderneath the running time. A timeless story of youth and innocence islost in a barrage of fire pit songs, drug fueled rage and uselesscharacter traits that end up being lost or muddled in, what felt like,an assembly cut of the film. Despite this, Andrea Arnold has a verykeen eye and a natural ability to make her characters feel real even ifthe film is as boring as the average person. Whether or not this iswhat Andrea Arnold was going for, I have no idea. Overall, AmericanHoney is a film that will most certainly test the patience of itsaudience but those who are fans of Arnold’s Fish Tank, or just simplyfans of character studies or coming of age stories, American Honey willcertainly leave you feeling satisfied.

  2. paulmaccormaic from Dublin, Ireland says:

    This is the worst film I have seen in 50 years of movies going. It isfilmed in an irritating shaky hand held camera style that is mostly outof focus. using close up techniques that are pointless, it has longrepetitious scenes of passengers in a minibus. The dialogue is slurredand unintelligible. The movie seems unscripted. There are long tediousand repetitious scenes of passengers in a minibus, who, to combatboredom, sing along to the radio. This happens about 5 or 6 timesthroughout the movie. It was painful to watch and I was left with afeeling of being stuck in a 3- hour traffic jam with no AC, no phone,no water and bursting to use the toilet. How anybody could rate thistiresome self-consciously pretentious film above a 1 is a mystery.

  3. www.ramascreen.com from United States says:

    Much of Andrea Arnold’s American HONEY reminds me of Larry Clark’s 1995film, “Kids,” struggling adolescent years, but American HONEY is muchmore nuanced in that on one hand you have this somewhat socialcommentary about how we are the richest nation in the world and yet somany of our teens live in poverty and they have to hustle and docertain demeaning things just to get by, just to survive, just to feedthemselves. On the other hand, you could see American HONEY from theperspective of the characters and the impressive way in which theyorganize, you can see their selling and marketing skills, despite itbeing a scam and rough around the edges. They’re doing what wall streetdoes basically but on a smaller, smaller, way smaller scale.

    Sasha Lane plays free spirited teenage named star who leaves hertroubled trashy home to go on a road trip with traveling laborers herage, they go from town to town, door to door, to sell magazines. RileyKeough plays Krystal, the leader of the crew, and Shia LaBeouf playsJake, who recruits new members. There’s freedom and hard partying thatcome with this life, Star doesn’t essentially agree with some of thegroup’s methods, although young love and jealousy ultimately motivateStar to bend her own morality rule just to prove herself.

    Firstly, just a heads up, this movie is 163 minutes long, probably notquite as long as those “Hobbit” movies but definitely one that you’dhave to be willing to set aside a big chunk of your evening for, shouldyou want to check out this film. I have to give credit towriter/director Andrea Arnold, not only for this raw depiction ofAmerican youth living on the margins, but also the casting decisions,the actors in this film are so convincing, in terms of their looks,their attitude and the way they carry themselves, you start to wonderif they really do live on the margins. Many of the moments in the filmare spent on the characters bonding, so it seems that, and I’massuming, cinematographer Robbie Ryan had to sit inside that van andoperate the camera around as one character has their dialogue withanother, and it’s already crowded as it is, it’d be interesting to seebehind-the-scenes video on how they pulled that off.

    Arnold is not focusing on income disparity in the inner cities, nope,American HONEY showcases income disparity out in the plain fields ofthe American midwest. But this isn’t some kind of poverty extravaganzaeither like “Winter’s Bone,” or “Slumdog Millionaire,” the charactersin American HONEY get by, they do OK one day at a time, but theyundergo unforgiving journeys through suburban sprawl through smalltowns clearly affected by economic downturn, and you see the resiliencein their hearts. You may disagree with their methods, some might evensee it as dangerous but what can a fractured, abandoned life can do butto fill the cracks however way they can. They’re still teenagers goingthrough crushes and heartbreaks, your usual teenage ordeals, butthey’re also in a situation where they’re forced to be independentadults faster, and Andrea Arnold beautifully captures all of that inAmerican HONEY.

    — Rama’s Screen —

  4. tyleramato-28680 from Pennsylvania says:

    Andrea Arnold’s “American Honey” is a bold and ambitious film filledwith good performances, and for the most part I like this film, but boydoes it have a ton of pitfalls. “American Honey” is repetitive,bombastic, overlong, and filled with unlikable characters, and most ofthe repetitiveness comes from these characters constantly listening toand singing to rap music in their white van. Sitting through 2 hoursand 43 minutes of this film felt more like a chore than a cinematicexperience. I’m looking forward to what Andrea Arnold has in store forus next, I truly am, and hopefully her next film won’t be aspreposterously long as this.

  5. tanyax99 says:

    This is the worst film I have seen in my entire life of diverse moviegoing. The cinematography is irritatingly shaky and the performancesare incredibly insincere, broad and maudlin. There are long, verytiresome and overused scenes of passengers in a minibus, who sing alongto the radio — what is important, unique, interesting, artful aboutthat? It’s lazy filmmaking, unlike the director’s previous film whichwas a beautiful piece of work. It was painful to watch and I was leftwith a feeling of being stuck in the worst traffic of my life for threehours with nothing to do but just stare at the ineptitude of thedrivers before me. The accolades on this film is just a mystery to me.

  6. David Ferguson (fergusontx@gmail.com) from Dallas, Texas says:

    Greetings again from the darkness. Movies are often classifiedaccording to genre: comedy, thriller, romance, drama, etc.Writer/director Andrea Arnold (Wuthering Heights, 2011) pays littleattention to such labels, and seems to take immense pleasure inspotlighting a segment of society that rarely gets the silver screentreatment. Rather than bring us yet another lawyer, cop, teacher orwriter, Ms. Arnold demands we pay attention to a group of misfits.

    Our introduction to Star (Sasha Lane) comes from inside a dumpster asshe and her young siblings are diving for food behind a grocery store,and afterwards hitchhiking for a ride back home. A chance parking lotmeeting with an energetic young man named Jake (Shia LeBeouf) leadsStar to take some drastic actions … including joining Jake and histraveling troupe of free-spirited cohorts as they drive around thecountry selling magazine subscriptions and staying in cheap hotels. Inbetween fabricated sales pitches, there is much alcohol, drugs, hiphop, and sex.

    Jake is the top salesperson, but it’s Krystal (Riley Keough) whosupervises the group with threats, punishment and insults. Sheunderstands this is a captive audience with few options … even askingStar “Will anyone miss you?” That question is at the core of what keepsthis group together. The van gang is the only community to which theybelong – the closest thing to family they have. The handbook’s statedpurpose may be to “make money”, but fundamentally, these folks justwant to fit in somewhere.

    Director Arnold takes a quasi-documentary approach (similar to lastyear’s Tangerine) that delivers a realistic feel to a world most of ushave little knowledge of. Seeing these scam artists bounce throughsuburbs and rural areas, willing to take advantage of most anyone alongthe way, generates both empathy and disgust. By design, it’s Star withwhom we most relate. She clearly has a conscience, but is as naïve tothe world as she is sensitive to her own desires. A simple question(used twice) is a kick in the gut to viewers, and the dreams and hopesof these misfits are most puzzling of all.

    The use of music is exceptionally well done, leaning heavily on hip-hopand Rihanna (twice). The titular Lady Antebellum song has its moment,as does Darth Vader philosophy and a few flying creatures. Though therun time is entirely too long for an indie that really doesn’t follow atraditional narrative, we don’t mind too much since we are watching thebirth of a new star. Sasha Lane makes an incredible debut, and thoughthe director “discovered” her on spring break in Florida, the naturaltalent here runs deep. I’m not sure of the market for this film, but itseems obvious Ms. Lane has a much brighter future than her character –or any of the others riding along in the van.

  7. Smiley McGrouchpants from United States says:

    … has to hold you in its hands for the better part of 2hr/45min toseep, seep, seep in and impress upon you its worldview.

    Andrea Arnold takes that chance, and takes you there: how much time canyou spend in car? How can you convey what it feels like, if you don’t?This movie gives you room to roam, and it’s not so much a question ofnecessarily rewarding you in spades, as leaving you with variedimpressions including not knowing what to do with it; sometimes anartist putting themselves out on a limb might’n’t but leave youpuzzled, which is what I think (in part) accounts for some of the mixedreactions to this film.

    However, this shows you a world few but enviro-group canvassers,door-to-door salespeople, or people familiar with such undergroundnetworks as Cory Doctorow or Ethan Clark or Aaron Cometbus or evenThomas Pynchon write about to begin with know *exists*: the incredulityit may inspire in a viewer may not be simply be a qualitative thing somuch as an apples-and-oranges adjustment, and may be worth revisiting.

    No-one’s on a joyride in this movie, and like nothing that easily comesto mind since Amy Heckerlings’ “Fast Times at Rigdmont High” (orRichard Linklater’s “Slacker”) the kids taking care of themselves isn’tjust incidental, it’s so much the point. The whole narrative thrust isabout how you keep yourself afloat in a parallel world, and who’s tolook in with impartial eyes, to begin with? For a movie misconstruableas about youths “partying” (the Regal Fox Tower 10 description here inPortland managed to get the film precisely wrong by 180º degrees: “Arunaway finds other teenagers to party and break laws with as theytravel across other states,” or some such thing.) the action itselfhews to a pretty rigorous timetable. (Whew! Youthful counterculture?What youthful counterculture?)

    The three leads bring a real tentpole quality to each of theircharacters; as they find and keep their footing, they each have to ruboff each other and deal with the strengths of each others’personalities and where this leaves them at different points in time.

    Show up planning to stay with it, or you’ll be annoyed (perhaps): fairwarning. But if you’re ready to let the impressions accumulate, you’llfind yourself having one of those you-forget-about-it-and-are-glad-to-find-it-again rare movie experiences when you linger through thevery last end credits, with pleasure, rather than leave, out of simplemomentum and joy.

    (Hopefully the “Jane Err” screenplay I’ve all-but-finished won’t seemso culturally-unparseable after this movie gets around! Thanks, AndreaArnold. Off-the-grid groups aren’t just 4chan/Anonymous or VW Bushippies exclusively … after all!)

  8. Danny Blankenship from Petersburg, Virginia says:

    “American Honey” is one film as you watch you get memories back of”Easy Rider” as both are clearly a road journey of discovery andfreedom, only with this picture which is too moved along by the musicand songs played during it looks at it from the female perspective asthe central character is that of a young teenage girl. Set in the southa young southern girl named Star(newcomer Sasha Lane)is currentlyliving a life with a man and some young kids and it’s clear she needs anew start and escape from this redneck and trailer park trash way oflife. So after she decides to head out with a traveling group of youngboys and girls(who sale magazines as a group) her life on the roadbecomes wide open and full of soul searching and discovery of herselfand others.

    The film is nearly three hours long so it’s clearly an in depth journeyas the group travels across the south and west, Star enjoys a lot morethan selling magazines she becomes a fan of some hard partying and evensees a side of law breaking on the trip of stops. Star also is takenunder the wing by Jake(Shia LaBeouf)a leader of the group type whoenjoys having raw and lust type outdoor sex with Star. Thru all of theadventures and side subplots Star(who sports a sexy pink bra)who’s sexyin a raw type manner learns a lot about herself and life by seeingdifferent people as on the open road it proves that life is a journeyjust as on any trip discovery is found as it is often is in life too.Clearly this movie is a film of finding open freedom and discoveryfinding one’s self thru journey and travel as that’s what Star did shesaw life thru people and the road as a journey that opens up newdiscovery. “American Honey” is clearly one movie to watch for a feelgood journey time of freedom and escape as life intersects with travelfor a revealing of discovery and happiness.

  9. brankovranjkovic from stevenage says:

    BFI – Film 4 drama – written and directed by British filmmaker AndreaArnold, filmed in the USA.

    Our skip-diving heroine ‘Star’ is a teenage girl with nothing to lose.She joins a band of misfits travelling the Midwest going door-to-doorselling magazine subscriptions. The band are a microcosm, they are aband of societies rejects but feel they at least belong to each other.

    They not only pitch to the privileged wealthy, we also see a scenewhere a ‘failed’ pitch to squalid poverty leads Star to buy a basketload of shopping to fill the empty fridge, she has sympathy for peoplein her own situation.

    4:3 aspect ratio has been used to emphasise the atmospheric close-ups,and the big skies shot to emphasis all the youngsters big aspirations.

    There are many visual metaphors of insects, mainly to remind us thatthe moth is trapped and so is Star, the wasp wants to escape and sodoes Star. The cows in a truck are on their way to be slaughtered andso represents the depressing entrapment that Star feels.

    There was an occasion where Star is offered money while she wasvulnerable in exchange for implied sex (but she was saved from thatsituation) and later she decides against full sex for money, thesedesperate lifestyle choices (which is all so often the only option) isnot the path Star wanted to take.

    Though it doesn’t feel long, could probably still benefit from somecareful editing.

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