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Film Review: ‘Honey’

Jasmine Trinca

She organizes the process, waits in the room, helps with the choice of mood-setting music. It’s a delicate business, and everything must be just so. Of course, she also brings the vial of poison, a drug meant for euthanizing dogs; this too is part of the service—though the drug is meant for human consumption. She is called Miele, Italian for “Honey,” and her job is to help clients commit suicide in settings of their own choosing.

Honey (played by Jasmine Trinca, from The Best of Youth) believes in her job, and she’s meticulous about it. As Honey begins, she appears fully in command of her duties, which include periodic travel to Tijuana to pick up the barbiturates needed. But the cracks are there…

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