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The cast is excellent; the music is wonderful; and the story is well-told.
The dancing is incredible and the ending is happy (you'll laugh and cry along the way), which makes for an all around feel-good family film.
This story reminds me of the love that the Japanese people have for Hawaii and the importance of family and community.
This is a lovely film for anyone who enjoys Japanese or Hawaiian culture. I've been a Hula dancer for twenty years, and I spent two years living and teaching English in Japan. Read morePublished 9 days ago by EriChanHime
Great film about Hula. It's a little long but If you love dancing this is a must see movie.
Kind of runs like a dancing documentary. Read more
An entertaining bit of fluff based (more or less) on a real event: the unlikely founding of a Hawaiian-themed resort spa on the cold northern coast in Fukushima Prefecture’s coal... Read morePublished 4 months ago by William F. Flanigan Jr.
Thoroughly enjoyable, reasonably thoughtful - even the stereotypical roles were well done. I didn't expect it to be such a winner.Published 9 months ago by EA, South America
If you love anything Hawaiian or you love Japan or even if you just love stories about brave young girls, you will love this movie. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Mary C.
I am a hula girl and I really enjoy watching this film.
Based on a true story, it tells about how a Japanese village
in need of an industry finds one through hula and... Read more
At first sight the story of “Hula Girls” looks like that of Stephen Daldry’s “Billy Elliot,” but, based on a real-life story of Japanese women who made a difference in their... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tsuyoshi