Updated: Mar 2
About the movie Minari:
The movie Minari is a kind of drama that has a special plot and deserves to be on your list of movies as it receives very high ratings from everyone.
We usually watch movies that have to do with the migration of a person but in the movie Minari what makes the movie have a special plot is that we will watch a Korean family migrating to Arkansas for a new beginning and trying to join the new society, the story has to do with the resilience of the family in such a situation.
This is a very realistic film without exaggeration with a very nice picture direction and I could say that you enjoy watching such quality movies like Minari.
It is worth noting that no one expected that the best interpretation in the film would be of Yuh-jung Youn (Soonja) impersonating the grandmother of the family.
Plot by Cinemoviez:
A Korean family is migrating to Arkansas for a new beginning trying to cope with all the hardships of immigration and integrate into a new society.
Pros and Cons of Minari:
The positives of the movie Minari are many as it is a masterpiece by Lee Isaac Chung and is without a doubt one of the best drama films of recent times along with Nomadland. The rich images we watch in the movie are fantastic that makes you really want to live even for a while in such an area next to nature. The direction is impeccable, the plot is very special and realistic close to reality. I am also very happy to have had the opportunity to watch Steven Yeun (Jacob) again because I think he is a very good and special actor and he was in obscurity after The Walking Dead.
I did not find the negatives in this film as I enjoyed it from beginning to end and those who have rated it negatively said that it is very good but a bit boring, but it clearly states that the type of film is drama not action so what exactly do they expect to watch ??
Runtime: 115 Minutes
Network: Amazon Prime
CMZ rating: 9/10
Release Date: 12 February 2021
Storyline by IMDB:
Yearning to own a small patch of land and be more than a chicken sexer, the ambitious paterfamilias, Jacob Yi, relocates his Korean-American family, skeptical wife, Monica, and their children, David and Anne, from California to 1980s rural Arkansas, to start afresh and capture the elusive American Dream. However, new beginnings are always challenging, and to find out what is best for the family, let alone start a 50-acre farm to grow and sell Korean fruits and vegetables, is easier said than done. But, amid sincere promises, cultural unease, fleeting hopes, and the ever-present threat of financial disaster, Jacob is convinced that he has found their own slice of Eden in the rich, dark soil of Arkansas. Can grandma Soon-ja's humble but resilient minari help the Yi family figure out their place in the world? Written by Nick Riganas
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