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For Friday, October 25, 2013

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Oct 25, 2013

~~<p><em>For complete movie listings and schedules, see today's TGIF</em></p>
<p><strong>&quot;The Haumana&quot; </strong><img alt="*" src="http://media.staradvertiser.com/images/bullet_bluestar.gif" /><img alt="*" src="http://media.staradvertiser.com/images/bullet_bluestar.gif" /><img alt="1/2" src="http://media.staradvertiser.com/images/bullet_bluehalfstar.gif" /><br />
A washed-up Waikiki lounge singer (Tui Asau) is asked by his dying kumu hula (Marlene Sai) to help prepare a group of high school boys for a hula festival. The more he works with them, the more he connects with his Hawaiian cultural roots. The film by Keo Woolford won the Audience Award for narrative feature at the Hawaii International Film Festival. Read Jason Genegabus' review at <a href="http://www.honolulupulse.com" target="_blank">www.honolulupulse.com</a>. <em>At Pearlridge West 16</em></p>
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For complete movie listings and schedules, see today's TGIF

"The Haumana" A washed-up Waikiki lounge singer (Tui Asau) is asked by his dying kumu hula (Marlene Sai) to help prepare a group of high school boys for a hula festival. The more he works with them, the more he connects with his Hawaiian cultural roots. The film by Keo Woolford won the Audience Award for narrative feature at the Hawaii International Film Festival. Read Jason Genegabus' review at www.honolulupulse.com. At Pearlridge West 16 Login for more...



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