Truth and Movies

Lee Isaac Chung

How Minari conveys Asian wariness of the American Dream

By Ian Wang

Lee Isaac Chung’s film carries on a tradition of skepticism towards the promises of cultural assimilation.

LWLies 88: The Minari issue – On sale now!

By Hannah Woodhead

Brighten up your year with our illustrated celebration of Lee Isaac Chung’s charming immigrant fable.

A Korean family chases the American dream in the Minari trailer

By Charles Bramesco

Lee Isaac Chung’s Sundance-dominating drama stars Steven Yeun and newcomer Alan Kim.

Lee Isaac Chung will direct a live-action remake of Your Name

By Charles Bramesco

Paramount and Toho will join forces for the body-swapping anime adaptation.

Minari – first look review

By Hannah Woodhead

Lee Isaac Chung’s beautifully observed drama follows a South Korean family who relocate to rural Arkansas.

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