On this episode of The Global Film Podcast, Editor-In-Chief and Host Diego Andaluz reviews Lee Isaac Chung’s latest feature film Minari. Joined by contributors Ahmad (Film Updates), Jon Negroni (AwardsWatch & Cinemaholics), and David Cuevas, they discuss their in-depth thoughts on the technical and thematic strengths and shortcomings of the film, among other notable highlights.
David, a seven-year-old Korean American boy, is faced with new surroundings and a different way of life when his father, Jacob, moves their family from the West Coast to rural Arkansas.
Directed by Lee Isaac Chung and starring Steven Yeun (Burning), newcomer Alan Kim, & Youn Yuh-Jung (Woman of Fire), Minari is a family drama that has an online release on February 12th. Listen to our review below at the 22-minute mark or here on your preferred podcast platform.
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