A tender and sweeping story about what binds us, Minari follows a Korean-American family that moves to a Arkansas farm in search of their own American Dream from writer/director Lee Isaac Chung.
- " What makes this more than just another formulaic feelgood film is the grit with which Chung evokes the hardscrabble lives of his characters, balancing the dreamier elements of the drama with a naturalism that keeps it rooted in reality. " – Mark Kermode (Observer, UK)
- " It perfectly sums up the immigrant experience, the sacrifices made by the first generation to ensure the second thrives…(but) rather than go searching for big emotions, the film earns its charm by finding resonance in smaller ones. " – Prahlad Srihari (Firstpost)
- " A simple story, beautifully told – that's what you're getting with Minari. " – Harry Guerin (RTÉ, Ireland)