Bad girl Perdita (Rosie Perez) and her drug dealing lover, Romeo (Javier Bardem), kidnap a wealthy American couple in Mexico and embark on a murderous spree while transporting refrigerated human fetuses to Las Vegas.
On a cold winter night, estranged siblings Sarah and Aaron Cotler arrive at an empty train station in Dombrova, Poland. Looking for an address that apparently no longer exists, they embark on a mission to dig up the past and fulfill their grandmother’s final wish.
Inspired by his first visit to Hawaii, filmmaker Robert Mugge examines the music of the islands including traditional chants, percussion, ukulele, slack-key and steel guitar, male and female falsetto, and lush vocal harmonies, which are accompanied by authentic Hawaiian dance styles.
Documentary filmmaker Robert Mugge examines the art of the hula, exploring Hawaiian song and dance culture going back to 500 AD. Shot at exotic locations throughout the islands, Vicky Holt Takamine and other respected kumu hula (master teachers) reveal ancient traditions that have survived and fl...