Lee Isaac Chung’s MINARI

I reviewed MINARI for Cine-file Chicago. This would have made the list of my ten favorite films of 2020 had I seen it before last year ended. Lee Isaac Chung’s MINARI (US)Available to rent through the Gene Siskel Film Center hereThe title of Lee Isaac Chung’s wonderful semi-autobiographical film refers to an edible, parsley-like plant cultivated throughout Asia. […]

Lee Isaac Chung’s MINARI
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