Jess Ellicott, Program & Content Manager at Golden Age Cinema told us:
“I can’t recommend Minari enough, it’s such a gorgeous and soulful film that’s remarkably in tune with the everyday rhythm of family life: the shared meals, the small quarrels, the unspoken bonds. Writer-director Lee Isaac Chung drew from his own experience growing up on a farm in Arkansas, and the film radiates with the feeling of a treasured memory.”
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