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Kuleana is a movie starring Moronai Kanekoa, Kristina Anapau, and Sonya Balmores. A disabled Vietnam vet rediscovers the Hawaiian warrior within to protect his family, defend their land, and clear his father's name.

Genres
Mystery, Drama
Director
Brian Kohne
Starring
Kristina Anapau, Moronai Kanekoa, Stefan C. Schaefer, Sonya Balmores

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Drama
Director Brian Kohne
Writer Brian Kohne
Stars Kristina Anapau, Moronai Kanekoa, Stefan C. Schaefer, Sonya Balmores
Country USA
Also Known As Maui
Runtime 1 h 35 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A disabled Vietnam vet rediscovers the Hawaiian warrior within to protect his family, defend their land, and clear his father's name.

Top reviews

Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 08:16

I saw this movie in the theatre a couple of weeks ago and I haven't slept well ever since. The story behind the story is pure genius. I could watch this movie all day long. But I didn't because I didn't want to fall asleep watching something that would ruin my sleep. This movie is so amazingly told that it's almost impossible to guess what's going to happen next. A LOT. The characters are one of the most original portrayals I have ever seen, although you know who they are at the beginning and at the end of the movie. I really love the movie because it feels so real. The actors did a great job with the script they were given and the direction they were given. It's about two brothers, Kenny and Seychelles. The film takes place in the streets of Kuleana. The city is a very dangerous place, and Kenny has to protect his brother from the drug dealers. Kenny and Seychelles start talking about what the drug dealers do, and then Seychelles mentions they are doing the same things. They both know that they are doing the same things, but are scared out of their minds. They both know that if they do anything different from what they have done before, they will end up dead. It's very important that the audience know the story behind the story, so that they understand what's going on and the danger that Kenny and Seychelles are in. The audience needs to understand the characters to enjoy this movie. The movie itself is very good. The music is great. It really helps you to understand what's happening in the movie. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to watch a movie because it really doesn't matter what kind of movie it is. It doesn't matter if it's a comedy, a drama, or a romance, it will make you feel like you are a part of this movie, and you really feel like you are part of the characters and the story. This movie is fantastic. A great movie that you will not forget. It's hard to explain this movie to anyone who hasn't watched it, but trust me it's very difficult to describe. The main character Seychelles is a good actor, but I think he's one of the best actors in Africa, because his acting in this movie is so amazing. This is one of the best movies I've seen in a long time. If you haven't seen it, or haven't seen it in a while, you should give it a chance.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 03:51

Bogdanovic has used and respected the techniques of his beloved Yugoslavian horror-noir master, Vladimir Jannin. He has developed a distinctive screenplay that perfectly captures the rhythm and tensions of one man's slow descent into madness and beyond. While not quite at the level of Jannin, his script still succeeds in holding the viewer's attention and at the same time is genuinely shocking in its psychological corruption and twisty narrative. In a town devastated by the Yugoslavian civil war, suffering with its ongoing Soviet occupation, a pregnant woman and a young girl are saved from a former Soviet soldier in order to give birth to a child. The pair leave the town in order to hide the child until the war is over. During the rest of the war, one man's path to madness seems to go down a dark path. It is here that Bogdanovic's screenplay takes a sudden and unexpected turn. The troubled man slowly becomes the controlling force of the story and slowly the viewer is drawn into a chilling nightmare. His interaction with the pair of orphans he rescues in order to give them the child he saved the night before is a dynamic and unsettling one. The movie centers around the central and tragic conflict between the families of the two young people who ended up in the hospital when they were found. The old man still blames the Soviet occupation for the loss of the war and blames the woman for having given birth to the child that was aborted. The mother, however, blames the country's war policies, while the father blames his war efforts, which led to the war. The person with the latter could be blamed for being in the wrong place at the wrong time. The old man's paranoia and bloodlust makes him a monster, but Bogdanovic's psychological complexity plays out quite well. The love story between the two women is a bittersweet one, but the possibility of such an arrangement has already come to an end, just as the young girl's life has been ended. The movie's depiction of a dysfunctional family is so strong that it has become a cliche, but what makes the film more powerful is that the two characters are so flawed and in need of some healing and reconciliation. The last half hour of the film is not without its flaws, but the simplicity of the development of the events surrounding the two families leads to the ending being so heartbreaking and unexpected. Overall, the film is not for everyone, but if you appreciate Bogdanovic's brilliant screenwriting and original ideas, you will not be disappointed.


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