Honeyland

87 min. Documentary. NR
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Showings

State Theatre - Theatre 3 Fri, Sep 20 7:30 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Sat, Sep 21 4:20 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 4 Sat, Sep 21 7:30 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 4 Sun, Sep 22 3:30 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Sun, Sep 22 6:15 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Mon, Sep 23 4:20 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 4 Tue, Sep 24 4:30 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Tue, Sep 24 7:15 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Wed, Sep 25 7:15 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 4 Thu, Sep 26 4:30 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Thu, Sep 26 7:15 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 3 Fri, Sep 27 4:00 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 3 Sat, Sep 28 4:00 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 3 Sun, Sep 29 3:00 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 3 Mon, Sep 30 4:00 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 2 Mon, Sep 30 7:10 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 3 Tue, Oct 1 4:00 PM
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State Theatre - Theatre 4 Wed, Oct 2 4:00 PM
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Event Info
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Description

In a deserted Macedonian village, Hatidze, a fiftysomething woman in a bright yellow blouse and green headscarf, trudges up a hillside to check her bee colonies nestled in the rocks. Serenading them with a secret chant, she gently maneuvers the honeycomb without netting or gloves. Back at her homestead, Hatidze tends to her handmade hives and her bedridden mother, occasionally heading to the capital to market her wares. One day, an itinerant family installs itself next door, and Hatidze’s peaceful kingdom gives way to roaring engines, seven shrieking children, and 150 cows. Yet Hatidze welcomes the camaraderie, and she holds nothing back—not her tried-and-true beekeeping advice, not her affection, not her special brandy. But soon Hussein, the itinerant family’s patriarch, makes a series of decisions that could destroy Hatidze’s way of life forever.

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