Cast: Cyndi Mayo, Danielle Zalopany, Max Holtz
In post-WWII Hawai’i, the minimum wage is 40 cents a day, or 4 dance tickets. Mahea is a singer at a taxi dance hall in downtown Honolulu, reluctant to make money from dancing with GIs. The definition of peacetime is unclear when a white veteran asks Mahea for the last dance.
Increased accessibility to filmmaking tools because of digitization has allowed storytellers from marginalized communities to express their truths….