It was released three years ago honeyboy, a film that portrays a child who was mistreated by his father during his childhood, which was acclaimed by a certain audience in the film industry. In fact, it was mentioned that the script was totally based on one of the protagonists played by Shia Le Bouf, actor who has come out to give new statements about this script.
In a recent interview, LaBeouf He commented that his father’s behavior was totally contrary to the character in the film, given that at almost all times he was affectionate and understanding with him. So in a way, he lied to pretty much everyone who believed the story.
Here is his statement:
I wrote a narrative, which was bloody nonsense. My father was very loving to me all my life. Fractured, of course. Crooked, sure. Unbalanced, obviously. But he never stopped being loving, he never stopped being there. He was always there…and I had done a world press tour about how screwed up he was as a man.
It is worth mentioning that his father’s false accusations ended up being detrimental to his family member, so he decided to tell the truth, and in the process ask for a sincere apology.
This is what he commented:
So when I got on the phone with him, I took responsibility for all of that and I knew very clearly that I couldn’t take it back. And my father would live with this certain narrative about him on a public scale for a long time, probably the rest of his life.
Remember that honey boy Is available in Prime Video.