Minari ★★★½

A gentle, unfussy and authentic representation of the pursuit of the American Dream. This touches gently on racism (conscious and sub-conscious) but doesn't poke too hard. In fact, that's the general MO of this film. And as a result it runs out of steam a little in the second half. But it's all very well made (lovely cinematography - particularly the external scenes) and the cast work as a tight family unit with well defined characters. Including the children. Yeun is especially watchable.