GOODBYE HONEY – Review by Susan Granger

First-time feature filmmaker Todd Rawiszer and his partner/co-writer/director Max Strand capture today’s isolation paranoia with this timely, nerve-frying, B-thriller that exudes topical significance in cinematic storytelling. When a young woman, Phoebe, who’s been kidnapped, runs into Dawn. a driver for Nate’s Haul & Go movers, they’re on a desolate road in a state park. Frantic, Phoebe’s determined to escape from captivity – but that’s far more difficult than either woman anticipated.

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