Minari, Lee Isaac Chung's Golden Globe-winning film, to release on Amazon Prime Video on 11 May

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Filmmaker Lee Isaac Chung's Academy Award-nominated drama Minari will have its digital premiere on 11 May on Amazon Prime Video, the streamer announced on Sunday.

Minari, a semi-autobiographical drama about a family of Korean immigrants trying to realise their American dream in the 1980s, was released in Indian theatres by PVR Pictures on 9 April.

It revolves around Jacob (Steven Yeun), a young Korean-American father who along with his wife and two children moves from California to a farm in rural Arkansas in pursuit of stability.

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Starring The Walking Dead alum Yeun, Han Ye-ri, Alan Kim, Noel Kate Cho and Will Patton, the movie is predominantly in the Korean language.

Veteran South Korean star Yuh-jung Youn won the Oscar for the best-supporting actress at the 93rd Academy Awards for her performance in the film, which was nominated in six categories including best picture, best director, best actor (Yeun), and the best supporting actress (Yuh-jung).

Minari also won the best foreign-language Golden Globe award.

(With inputs from Press Trust of India)

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