— by Joseph Earp: What feels like a lifetime ago, in the Before Times, Lee Isaac Chung’s Minari played to rapt audiences at the Sundance Film Festival.

The family drama was the most acclaimed film of the festival by far, courting universal acclaim and winning both of the festival’s major awards. Benjamin Lee of The Guardian, for instance, said, “Chung’s nuanced portrait of a family figuring out their place in the world is both small and somehow rather grand, and after it continues to win over the remaining crowds here at Sundance, it’ll soon be winning you over as well.” […]

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