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Irene, nicknamed 'Honey', has devoted herself to people looking for help, and tries to alleviate their suffering, even when they make extreme decisions. One day she has to cope with ... See full summary »

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Valeria Golino

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Mauro Covacich (novel), Valeria Golino | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jasmine Trinca ... Irene
Carlo Cecchi Carlo Cecchi ... Carlo Grimaldi
Libero De Rienzo ... Rocco
Vinicio Marchioni ... Stefano
Iaia Forte ... Clelia
Roberto De Francesco Roberto De Francesco ... Filippo
Barbara Ronchi ... Sandra
Massimiliano Iacolucci Massimiliano Iacolucci ... Padre di Irene
Claudio Guain Claudio Guain ... Ennio
Elena Callegari Elena Callegari ... Carla
Teresa Acerbis Teresa Acerbis ... Madre di Lorenzo
Jacopo Crovella Jacopo Crovella ... Lorenzo
Valeria Bilello ... Madre di Irene
Gianluca Di Gennaro ... Ragazzo discoteca (as Gianluca De Gennaro)
Caterina Fornaciai Caterina Fornaciai ... Commessa negozio di giocattoli
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Irene, nicknamed 'Honey', has devoted herself to people looking for help, and tries to alleviate their suffering, even when they make extreme decisions. One day she has to cope with Grimaldi and his invisible malaise. Written by Anonymous

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Drama

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Italy | France

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

6 March 2014 (Netherlands) See more »

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€1,650,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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An Interesting Plot
22 April 2014 | by comicman117See all my reviews

Honey is a human drama that has a decent plot. The film, which is the directing debut of Italian actress Valeria Golino is a well shot, well-made film, that's only real weakness is just how confusing it can sometimes be. The film deals with the idea of euthanasia, and does not necessarily tell us whether it is a good or a bad thing.

Honey tells the story of Irene (played by Jasmine Trinca) an Italian woman nicknamed Honey who has dedicated herself to helping people who are suffering, by helping them ending their lives. She tries to find ways to make their problems less severe, despite the extreme decisions they do, because she believes it is the right thing to do. When she meets a middle-aged man named Grimaldi (played by Carlo Cecchi), her self-confidence is challenged, as Grimaldi wants her to end his life not because he is suffering, but because he is bored. A mutual relationship formed between the two as Honey sets out to learn why Grimaldi wants to do what he wants to do.

An Italian/French co-production partially shot in Mexico, Honey is a movie that shows real human emotions. The performances in the film help immensely. Jasmine Trinca, the actress, playing Honey shows different moods throughout the film, such as frustration, anger and happiness, and she shows them all very well.

The film itself has an interesting idea for a plot that deals with euthanasia which is banned in most countries and it's not hard to see why. The idea of taking someone's life no matter had bad they are suffering, does not sit well with many people. Honey does not necessarily say that euthanasia is a good thing; instead the film explains why the idea is actually helpful in some ways. Those who are suffering from a disease that they can't cure objectively want their lives to taken away from them. The film, however, also shows us why the idea of euthanasia is potentially dangerous, with Honey, the main character, even questioning such a thing once in the film.

Being a first time director, aside from a short film, director Golino does some interesting camera choices. One recurring motif throughout the film is Honey swimming in the water, which occurs three times during the film. The idea seems to be that water is meant to represent Honey at her most natural state, and that she swims in order to drown out the misery in her life. The soundtrack using both English and Italian songs is also well incorporated. In the scene where Honey is taking her bike ride, the song helps to push the mood of the scene, as we see her going by quite fast on her bicycle.

Honey is not a masterpiece by any means. Some viewers might find the plot to be a little confusing to follow. However, I find the film to be an interesting look at euthanasia and how it affects people.


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