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Opens on February 12
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Midnight weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnight)!

Run Time: 115 min. Format: Online Virtual Ticket

Available to watch at home via Row House Online from Feb. 12-25
Unlike other virtual cinema titles, Minari is screening every day at a specific time — 7 pm EST. So make it an event!
“Chung transforms the specificity of his upbringing into something warm, tender and universal.” – Variety
A tender and sweeping story about what roots us to people and places, MINARI follows a Korean American family of four who relocate from California to the arid Ozarks, hoping to trade low-paying factory work for independent farming.
A rare film whose universality emerges from its authentic cultural specificity—the movie stars Steven Yeun as an insistently optimistic dad, coping with his wife’s horror at living in the middle of nowhere in a double-wide trailer. Joined by their foul-mouthed grandma, a new world of snakes, tornadoes, culturally dense white folks, fires, and health scares threatens to descend into melodrama.
Drawing on personal experience, director Lee Isaac Chung depicts their lives with fine nuance, making MINARI a minimal, but honest tale about what it takes to make a home. Nominated for a Golden Globe, multiple SAG awards, and already a critics’ darling, MINARI is an intimate, incredibly well-acted portrait of familial resilience and assimilation in 1980s America.