Year Released: 2020
Staring: Alan S. Kim, Yeri Han, Noel Cho, Steven Yeun
Director: Lee Isaac Chung
A Korean family starts a farm in 1980s Arkansas.
2 Tiny Reviews
"'Minari' is an emotionally beautiful film. For me personally, the only downfall are very small parts of its narrative. Some things are brought up but never really touched on again, which didn't bug me in the moment but after the film, I asked myself what happened with those threads. It's such a small issue, but that doesn't stop me from saying that the film is a breathtaking delight. Soon-ja sang it best: “Minari, minari... wonderful, wonderful.“ - Chris dos Santos Read Chris' full artic"
"“Minari” is an absolutely beautiful gem of a movie that is delightful on all levels. The highly personal film, written and directed by Lee Isaac Chung, tells the story of a struggling Korean-American family searching for a better life when they move to rural Arkansas from California. Jacob (Steven Yeun) dreams of starting his own farm and selling Korean vegetables to serve the growing immigrant population, while his wife Monica (Yeri Han) quietly internalizes her anxiety. Their two kids (Alan S."