Lani Loa – The Passage

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Lani Loa - The Passage
Italian DVD release poster (MEDUSA)
Directed by Sherwood Hu
Produced by John P. Marsh
Sherwood Hu
Francis Ford Coppola (Exec. Producer)
Tom Luddy (Exec. Producer)
Written by John P. Marsh
Starring Angus Macfadyen
Ray Bumatai
Carlotta Chang
Chris Tashima
Music by Frank Fitzpatrick
Cinematography Hou Yong
Edited by Nicholas C. Smith
Release date
Running time
89 min.
Country United States, China
Language English

Lani Loa – The Passage is a 1998 film directed by Sherwood Hu, executive produced by Francis Ford Coppola, about a woman murdered on her wedding day in Hawaii who comes back to haunt her murderers. The film stars Angus Macfadyen, Ray Bumatai, Carlotta Chang and Chris Tashima. It was the first film from Coppola's and Wayne Wang's Chrome Dragon Films, a short-lived film company that was to specialize in utilizing Asian talent on American-financed projects. Set in Hawaii, the film was shot in Hilo, Hawaii and in China, in Hainan and Shanghai.

It screened at the San Sebastian Film Festival and the Hawaii International Film Festival (as Lani Loa: The Heavenly Passage) and has been released in Asia on VCD, as Lani-Loa (Hawaiian Ghost Story).


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