Winner of the Grand Jury and Audience Awards at Sundance, and a hot Oscar contender, Minari is a tender, sweeping story that follows a Korean-American family in search of the American Dream.
Steven Yeun (Okja, Burning, The Walking Dead) is fantastic as Jacob Yi, a Korean immigrant who is determined to make a success of his life in America. Though his wife Monica (Yeri Han) is deeply sceptical, he moves the family to rural 1980s Arkansas with the hope of creating a viable farm on land that has been historically unproductive.
His young son David (Alan S. Kim) and daughter Anne (Noel Cho) have mixed feelings about this move: at first excited by their new mobile home, they soon grow bored being in a backwater. The arrival of their foul-mouthed but loving grandmother (Youn Yuh-jung) from Korea brings new energy to the family dynamic, but Jacob's determination to make it as a successful farmer throws the family's finances, and its relationships, into peril. Clearly a deeply personal project for Lee Isaac Chung, Minari will immerse you in the lives of these delicately drawn characters.
|Directors||Lee Isaac Chung|
|Actors||Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, Alan S. Kim, Noel Cho, Esther Moon|
|Film Genre||World Cinema|
|Consumer Advice||Mild themes and coarse language|
|Year of Release||2020|
|Primary Format - Movies/TV||Blu-Ray|
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