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Honeyland is a movie starring Hatidze Muratova, Nazife Muratova, and Hussein Sam. The last female bee-hunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her...

Other Titles
ハニーランド 永遠の谷, 大地蜜語, Medena zemlja, Στη Γη του Άγριου Μελιού, Medena Zemja, Honeyland - Le royaume des abeilles, Land des Honigs, Hunajan maa, Honungslandet, Honningland, Kraina miodu, Honeyland - Land des Honigs, Bal Ülkesi
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Drama
Ljubomir Stefanov, Tamara Kotevska
Tamara Kotevska, Ljubomir Stefanov
Ljutvie Sam, Hussein Sam, Nazife Muratova, Hatidze Muratova
Republic of North Macedonia
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The last female bee-hunter in Europe must save the bees and return the natural balance in Honeyland, when a family of nomadic beekeepers invade her land and threaten her livelihood.

Comments about documentary «Honeyland» (6)

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Deborah F.

This is a very well-done documentary that gives the viewer a look into the life of a small town. The director does a great job in capturing the small-town mentality. He also shows us the lives of the people who live there and how they all live. This documentary makes you want to be a part of the small-town. It is just as it is portrayed in the film. The documentary is also very informative and fun. The director does a great job in showing us the small-town. He also shows us the people who live there. Overall, this is a great documentary for all ages and it is a must-see for any viewer.

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Jacob P.

This documentary examines the way that young people navigate life, often in a sea of drugs, sex, and destruction. We are shown a bunch of young people who are still trying to find their way, but are trying to make it through life's challenges without a lot of direction. The majority of the interviews were done by the teen himself, who was kind enough to grant the filmmakers a few minutes of his time to discuss the film. This man, whose music is as addictive as his drugs, is a really interesting and fascinating guy, and it's really amazing to see what a great job he put in making this documentary. But he's also a really unique individual. He's a lot like the narrator in "Saving Private Ryan", because he has a way of narrating a scene or a conversation in a way that is very different from what's being said. His sense of humor is just a great way to start the documentary, and he's really, really funny, and really, really passionate about what he's doing. His point of view is also interesting because he's making this film while simultaneously being on a path that's leading him to the "same" place, where he's probably not going to get there, but at least his story and his point of view is different. The characters in the film are so different and unique, and you feel like you're watching two different people and having two different conversations. The interviewees are all connected by the way they've lived their lives, and the way they've been shaped by a world that is so different from their own. There's nothing more American than American teenagers, and no more depressing than depression. They're all moving from place to place, which is great because they have no direction, no knowledge, no one to guide them. In this film, they are all living in a different culture and environment, but the way they're feeling is similar. So this documentary is really a really great thing to watch because it really illustrates a lot of things that I think are important to remember. It shows that there is still so much to be done, that it's really possible for a generation of young people to make it through these things. It shows the good and the bad, and the moments where the good outweighs the bad. It's great to see these young people in the film and hear their stories and see what they're going through and to see that they're not alone. This is a really interesting documentary, and I think that it's very well done.

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Jennifer Ray

The documentary begins with the creators of the film, and gives a good insight into how the film was made. They say that they are not trying to make a movie. They just wanted to share their experiences with the world, and make a movie. They also say that this movie is meant to be a documentary, and a very good one at that. The people in the movie, are all people that are either homeless or are in an asylum. They also say that they all do not consider themselves to be bad people, but just trying to get through life, and have fun. The movie shows the journey of a group of people through the film, and gives a very good idea of what it feels like to be homeless. It is a very interesting look at what it feels like to be homeless. It shows the problems, and shows the good things that people do to get by, and the struggle to get out. It is not a very easy movie to watch, and is a very interesting look at what it is like to be homeless. I really liked it, and I highly recommend it.

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Stephen O.

I watched this film for a bit of entertainment on a Saturday night in the theater. My wife is a big fan of "Mothers of Invention," and I thought this film would be similar to the typical "MOM" films that they produced. What I found was a film that was very educational, but also very entertaining. I found myself laughing and amazed at the amount of information that was presented in the film. The plot was interesting, but the message of the film was what I found to be most interesting. The film shows a young girl growing up in a small town, but there is a huge difference between the two. While the girl is growing up, she is just learning the hard way what the world is about, and what it is not. The girl's father is a man that is not to be taken lightly, and is very strict with his daughter. This movie shows how this "mother" is very different from the typical "MOM" films, and how the world is not what it seems. This film was a very good film, but not for everyone.

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Hannah Williams

This movie was so powerful and so sad and so well-done that I was watching it for hours. It's so true. It's heartbreaking. And I was on the verge of tears when I saw the parents' reaction to the dying man's death. It's just so tragic. It's really painful to see that they never had a family to talk about it with, not once. And there was no funeral, just a visitation at the hospital, and they had no help. I thought that was so horrible. But that's what this movie is about: How quickly it can happen. How quickly someone can lose their child. And what they're doing to them to try to stop it. I think they did a good job with this movie. It's really touching and so honest. I was really impressed with this movie.

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George Woods

The hidden truth about the benefits of taking the fight to the police system. This film was amazing. I couldn't believe how it was shot and I couldn't believe the truth. I am shocked and I don't think anyone should be without watching this movie.