Princess Kaiulani (2009)
Woman: Hawaiians remember Princess Ka'iulani as the hope she brought to her people. The flame of our great chiefess burns brightly in the soul of our nation.
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Title Cards: Princess Ka'iulani died on March 6,1899 at the age of 23, less than one year after Hawai'i was annexed by the United States. Many believe she died of a broken heart at the loss of her nation.
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Title Cards: In 1993, President Clinton signed the "Apology Resolution" passed by Congress. The document offered an apology on behalf of the United States for the overthrow of the Kingdom of Hawai'i.
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Title Cards: To this day, Hawaiians strive to perpetuate their culture and nation.
Princess Ka'iulani: What my father is saying is that I'm grateful to be a guest and would never presume to talk about the politics of Hawaii, which reminds me of this hen.
President Cleveland: Hen reminds you of Hawaii?
Princess Ka'iulani: "It does actually. Natural, unspoiled, perfect. For as long as anyone can remember, pepper has been the perfect seasoning for hen." She pours pepper. "Lately though, salt, a white mineral from the sea has been the fashion." She pours salt. "Careful to add just a bit, as the perfect balance can be easily upset." Then she pours cumin. "Should you introduce an American spice such as cumin, the salt is fortified, the hen destroyed." Princess Ka'iulani gets up to let President Cleveland have a taste. "Mr. President if you please."
President Cleveland: Has a taste, grunts and spits it. "Terrible. Tell me, how do we restore natural flavor?"
Princess Ka'iulani: Cumin has no place on hen.
President Cleveland: Well Princess, I only have four weeks left in office. But I promise to do what I can to halt the use of cumin. You need to get your spices in order quickly young lady. President elect McKinley is from Ohio and as far as I know, not a very good cook.