HONEYLAND – Review by Susan Wloszczyna

The best saints are those who would strenuously deny that they are one. That is because their basic humanity is so hard-wired inside their being, they don’t have to think about how to treat others or how to not abuse what Mother Nature has provided us. Kindness, consideration and decency are just how they roll, no matter the hardships and negativity that might arise in their lives. Meet Honeyland‘s central character, Hatidze Muratowa, a traditional beekeeper in rural Macedonia.

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HONEYLAND – Review by Sheila Roberts

Honeyland is a riveting, deeply human story about a vanishing way of life. Kotevska and Stefanov enjoy a comfortable rapport with their subjects who appear natural and at ease revealing themselves in front of the camera. It makes for a breathtaking cinematic journey that’s not to be missed.

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