Minari is a story about family.

Minari tells the story of the Yi family, a family of South Korean immigrants who move to rural Arkansas with the intention of growing a farm in the 1980s.

While writing this review, I found out that the story is semi-autobiographical as is it loosely based on the director, Lee Issac Chung’s own rural upbringing and while I am not going to say that it is overtly obvious, it feels personal. And like the title…

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The Cinematic Aficionado

Just a girl who gives reviews on some movies that she’s seen. Some may be old, some may be new. There’s good and bad too. http://www.thecinematicaficionado.com/