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Honey Boy – Official Trailer | Amazon Studios

From a screenplay by Shia LaBeouf, based on his own experiences, award-winning filmmaker Alma Har’el (Bombay Beach, LoveTrue) brings to life a young actor’s stormy childhood and early adult years as he struggles to reconcile with his father and deal with his mental health. Fictionalizing his ascent to stardom, and subsequent crash-landing into rehab and recovery, Har’el casts Noah Jupe (A Quiet Place) and Lucas Hedges (Boy Erased, Manchester by the Sea) as Otis Lort, navigating different stages in a frenetic career. LaBeouf takes on the therapeutic challenge of playing a version of his own father, an ex-rodeo clown and a felon. Dancer-singer FKA twigs makes her feature-film debut, playing neighbor and kindred spirit to the younger Otis in their garden-court motel home. Har’el’s feature narrative debut is a one-of-a-kind collaboration between filmmaker and subject, exploring art as medicine and imagination as hope through the life and times of a talented, traumatized performer who dares to go in search of himself.

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Honey Boy – Official Trailer | Amazon Studios

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  1. Anyone know what that song is at the start?

  2. Shia sounds like Kenny Powers … wtf 😂👍🏼

  3. Worst movie I've ever seen. Kept waiting for something to happen that never did………………..


  5. Can we agree that lucas is really like shia in the film?

  6. just saw this movie and literally broke my heart, it was so BEAUTIFUL please go and watch it as soon as u can

  7. Excellent movie. I couldn’t handle myself in the theater. I was with my girlfriend and had to pretend to use the restroom because I was tearing up. My dads been in prison my whole life and the times he’s out he screws it up and ends in violence. This movie got me and I haven’t had a movie that got me in a long time well done.

  8. Absolutely beautiful film. From someone who didn't keep up with Shia LaBeouf's life or what really went on when he was an addict, this film puts into perspective what really happens behind the scenes. Celebrities are just people, people who go through things under the spotlight. So proud of his determination to move past this.

  9. "The real history of Benito and Frankie Rivers"

  10. Shia is a genius…he’s truly one of the most special talents in Hollywood

  11. Great respect on this film a class act.

  12. "You wouldn't be here if i didn't pay you"

  13. When he basically went crazy I STILL Loved him, I saw someone VERY "Different" & especially in this day & age thats a VERY hard feat to accomplish & is a HUGE breath of fresh air. I go quite sad when I got older (Im 36) & many of my favorite actors became old or disappeared & I wondered how will I enjoy movies without actors I love? Then I noticed actors like Shia & a few years later I suddenly realized there are many newer actors that are Academy Award winning level or above (awards mean nothing) & now Shia is my FAV actor! Not many actors are this "deep" in real life right? So cool.

  14. You HAVE to watch the movie Honey Boy!!! Shia LaBeouf wrote the screenplay for this movie while in rehab. Shia plays his father in the movie. It shows just a small glimpse of what Shia has been through in his life. Honey Boy was directed by Alma Har'el, and is one of the BEST movies I have seen in years!! Many blessings to Shia, and his family always.

  15. It was crazy. This movie broke my heart and built me up at the same time. Shia I hope that you keep going and growing and learning. This didn't even feel like acting. It was so real to me. Amazing work.

  16. I've watched all of shia's movies
    and this made me break down
    I'll be rewatching this atleast 200 times

    Can we please keep shia forever

  17. Such a heartbreaking movie. Makes you appreciate everyone in the movie and feel so sympathetic for Shia.

  18. Noah jupe is extremely underrated he's such an incredible actor.

    I hope one day he reacts to this comment.

  19. Am I the only one does not think this movie is any good? I'm surprised at all the comments celebrating him as an actor worth of oscars and such. Anyone remember Nymphomaniac – did anyone like that one?

  20. Just watched. That's some fine cinema! Gripping and raw

  21. I just watched this movie today. It’s a sad movie about ottis and his abusive father.

  22. I wish I was a little bit taller
    I wish I was a baller
    …already know I’m going to love this movie

  23. This movie fucked me up in all the right ways. Lettting go of my baggage and wishing my father well…

  24. skee lo – i wish nice to hear that track being played again

  25. Seems like it might be a bit autobiographical?

  26. I'm seeing Noah in more and more movies, each performance better than the last. he seems like a real genuine, talented kid so ima pray Hollywood doesn't destroy him!!

  27. Can we get a even Stevens bio doc

  28. Tonight at midnight babyyyyy!

  29. I have missed you Shia. I'm going to watch this.

  30. Is this ever coming to DVD? I will give you my money SO fast

  31. Stunning, devastating–it reminded me a lot of 'The Florida Project', an equally underrated masterpiece.

  32. Noah Jupe was amazing, the next Leo DiCaprio

  33. 1:45 i can't stop replaying this bit. the tears in his eyes break my heart. 'you have good instincts.' i feel like this movie's going to make me sob

  34. Forgive my ignorance, was SL a child actor who made a lot of money?

  35. The kid looks amazing. Noah Jupe. I first noticed him in the tiny role of the little boy who walked in on Lord Grantham in bed during the house tour on Downton Abbey. He was perfect in that little role.

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