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Hula

Hula falls in love with a married man. She does everything to get his attention. He finally gets a divorce and marries Hula.

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  • "Hula falls in love with a married man. She does everything to get his attention. He finally gets a divorce and marries Hula."@en
  • "Hula, the daughter of an Hawaiian planter, falls in love with Haldane, an Englishman who is married. Despite its Hawaiian iconography of grass skirts and palm trees, this silent film stands as a prime example of cosmopolitan roaring-twenties zeitgeist. It extols love and joie de vivre above all else. It also reveals a sort of nascent vivre above all else. It also reveals a sort of nascent feminism in its title character, for it is Hula, not Haldane, who speaks her mind and initiates the romance."@en
  • "The daughter of a pineapple plantation owner in Hawaii sets her sights on a married English engineer."
  • "The daughter of a pineapple plantation owner in Hawaii sets her sights on a married English engineer."@en
  • "Hula, the daughter of an Hawaiian planter, falls in love with Haldane, an Englishman who is married. Despite its Hawaiian iconography of grass skirts and palm trees, this silent film stands as a prime example of cosmopolitan roaring-twenties zeitgeist."@en

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  • "Feature films"@en
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  • "Drama"