American Honey

American Honey
American Honey




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Star is an 18-year-old living an unrewarding life of dumpster-diving to feed herself and her boyfriend's children. When one day a group of travelling salespeople her age pull into town, announcing their presence with pumping party music, Star begins to rethink what life can offer her. Deciding to go along with them for the ride, she finds herself drawn into this gang of misfits presided over by intimidating business owner Crystal. Paired with the charismatic Jake as a training partner as they go door-to-door in carefully targeted towns trying to make a sale, sparks fly between the two. Although initially uncomfortable with their methods, Star realises she must earn her place in the crew if she wants to continue the adventure.

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15 Classification

Very strong language, strong sex, nudity, drug use.

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