Review: In ‘Minari,’ the American dream is held up to the light and examined for cracks

By Nina Metz | Chicago Tribune
Posted 2/11/21


Quiet images of a landscape untouched by suburban sprawl glide by in the opening moments of “Minari,” as the Yi family drives down an empty road. Eventually they pull up to a …

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