Since debuting at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari” has garnered acclaim from critics and fans alike, and you can now stream it on video on demand.
The Golden Globe award-winning film, which was written and directed by Chung and released in select theaters last fall, tells the story of a Korean-American family’s move from California to a farm in small-town Arkansas in the 1980s. The cross-country jaunt proves to be a bumpy transition that finds the Yi family working to acclimate to a new environment, while cultivating their own version of the American Dream.
“Minari” is currently available for rent on Amazon Prime Video for $19.99. Not an Amazon Prime member?