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A Korean family moves to Arkansas to start a farm in the 1980s.
(PG-13, 115 min.)


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A tender and sweeping story about what roots us, Minari follows a Korean-American family that moves to a tiny Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream. The family home changes completely with the arrival of their sly, foul-mouthed, but incredibly loving grandmother. Amidst the instability and challenges of this new life in the rugged Ozarks, Minari shows the undeniable resilience of family and what really makes a home. [A24]

Starring: Steven Yeun, Yeri Han, Alan S. Kim
Director: Lee Isaac Chung
Genre(s): Drama

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"[A] gentle miracle of a movie."

— Thom Geier, TheWrap

"Thoughtfully directed, vividly written, and beautifully acted."

— Karen Han, Slate

"One of the most profound and honest cinematic depictions of what it means to be American, not just this year, but in recent memory."

— Oliver Jones, Observer

"This small but touching family drama perfectly evokes the times and rural setting. The couple's struggle is as distressing as it is inspiring."

— Dwight Brown, National Newspaper Publishers Association

"'Minari' in its entirety feels like a balm right now, a gentle, truthful and tender story of family filled with kind people trying to love one another the best they can."

— Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Times

"For all the struggle that takes place in this movie, it is its quiet grace that you most remember. Minari shares its secrets with a whisper, and as it unfolds, you find yourself leaning into it, enrapture."

— Glenn Whipp, Los Angeles Times

"An incredibly full, moving piece that works so well on so many levels. The humor, the heart, the stakes are high throughout, and there's a real delicacy to the way everything is captured to ensure a deep level of investment."

— Perri Nemirof

"Gentle as the stream that flows through the Yi’s property, and yet powerful enough to reverberate for generations to come, Chung’s loving — and immensely lovable — immigrant drama interrogates the American Dream with the hard-edged hope of a family that needs to believe in something before they lose all faith in each other."

— David Ehrlich, IndieWire