Oh my...I don’t even know where to begin. Recently we watched Minari and I cried multiple times. Set in 1980, (which is also when my parents and I immigrated to Utah) it’s a tender and heartbreaking story of a Korean American family who move to an Arkansas farm in search of their own American dream. A story of a family trying to fit in and trying to create a better life. I felt like I was seeing my own parents and my Grandma who came to stay with us on screen. I can’t wait to watch it again with my parents.
Fun fact: the director Lee Isaac Chung did his undergrad at Yale and went to film school at University of Utah.
You can buy tickets and stream it online head to Minari https://screeningroom.a24films.com for details, it will be on demand 2/26.

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