Directed by Cheryl Allison
U.S. | 2022 | Documentary
46 minutes | English

Dumped and alone at a city park, Honk the goose spends his days dodging cars, begging for food, and looking for friends. During an unprecedented time of lockdowns and social distancing, the paths of director Cheryl Allison and Honk cross unexpectedly, and this unlikely pair turn to each other for companionship. Cheryl soon learns why Honk is alone, and the two embark on an uncertain journey together. After Cheryl shares videos of their unusual friendship on social media, Honk becomes an overnight sensation.

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