After learning that she has three months to live, a young woman (Adriana Mather) flips her conservative protected life upside down. That is where she meets a rebellious gender-bending artist (Zach Villa), who takes her on adventure of a lifetime.
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Critics Of "Honeyglue"
June 09, 2016 Not every directorial choice lands, but the tearjerking Honeyglue's heart is in the right place.Read in Source
July 14, 2015 Has its bad and pompous moments, but it also feels lived-in and genuine.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
June 14, 2016 Mather gives an embodied performance as the dying young woman, but Villa is the true discovery, bringing soulful intelligence to the role of Jordan.Read in Source
San Diego Gay & Lesbian News
March 15, 2017 You have to be willing to accept a lot of nonsense if you're going to make it through Honeyglue, beginning with the title.Read in Source
May 31, 2016 So busy jerking tears and ladling on the whimsy that it can't even be bothered to make its leads halfway believable as people.Read in Source
The Film Stage
June 02, 2016 Honeyglue has a very good movie inside it, but decisions brought on by inexperience prevent it from sprouting its wings.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
June 09, 2016 All in all, it's a mess, but in some weird way, it keeps you watching.Read in Source
May 31, 2016 It's more interested in borrowing terminal cancer as a narrative shorthand for intensity than investigating it as a lived experience.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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