The film brings a semi-autobiographical take on the upbringing of the director, Lee Isaac Chung. The plot follows a Korean American family who relocates to an Arkansas farm to find their American dream. Among the difficulties of their new life in the strange and rugged Ozarks, they discover the undeniable resilience of family and what truly defines a home.
Minari review: Organically emotive, remarkably relatable and effortlessly tear jerking
The Korean-American family must find a way to survive while asking themselves where do they truly belong.
An experience difficult to forget
Poignant immigrant drama blossoms into absorbing classic
A poignant, modest drama of grandiose hope