Finding ‘Ohana: Alex Aiono & Lindsay Watson on Family and Hawaii

Treasure hunting and adventure, Finding Ohana is full of family fun and reminiscent of the cult-classic Goonies. The modern take on the familiar favorite shares a star — Ke Huy Quan who played Data in the 1985 movie, is all an adult now and plays George in comedy streaming this week on Netflix.

We talked with Alex Aiono and Lindsay Watson about the themes of the movie, family sacrifice and Hawaiian Heritage.

FINDING ‘OHANA (L to R) OWEN VACCARO as CASPER, KEA PEAHU as PILI, ALEX AIONO as E, LINDSAY WATSON as HANA in FINDING ‘OHANA. Cr. JENNIFER ROSE CLASEN/NETFLIX © 2021

Finding ‘Ohana streams on Netflix January 29

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