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Nathan Weinbender reviews "Honey Boy"

It's one thing to reflect on your own troubled childhood, and it's another to make a major motion picture out of it. That's what Shia LaBeouf has done, casting himself as his own father in the new film "Honey Boy," about a troubled actor looking back on his life. Nathan Weinbender says it's a tricky, messy film, but that's part of its impact.

Nathan Weinbender is the Film and Music Editor for the Inlander and a co-host of Spokane Public Radio's "Movies 101" heard Friday evenings at 6:30 here on KPBX.

Nathan is an entertainment writer and film reviewer. He also produces stories and reviews for Spokane7.
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