Minari paints a moving, vivid portrait of rural Korean Americana

Inspired by writer-director Lee Isaac Chung’s own childhood, Minari is the portrait of a Korean American family struggling to succeed in rural Reagan-era Arkansas. Starring Steven Yeun and Han Ye-ri as Jacob and Monica, young Korean immigrants who have moved east from California to fulfill his dream of growing and selling Korean vegetables, the story is full of pathos, humor, and the... Continue Reading →

On This Friday

There are many catalogues of heartbreak circulating right now, as there always are in the aftermath of a mass shooting, and which are a necessary part of processing the anger and grief we all feel. Waking up this morning was heavy. Friday prayer today was heavy. I don’t have the confidence to put into words... Continue Reading →

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