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'Minari' wins Golden Globe with new take on immigrant tale

Tender Asian American film focuses on relationships to humanize well-trod narrative

Members of the cast of "Minari," which won the Golden Globe Award for Best Foreign Language Film, are seen in a still image. Pictured are  Steven Yeun, front, Alan S. Kim, back-left, Noel Cho, back-center, and Yeri Han, back-right. (Photo by David Bornfriend, Courtesy of A24)

NEW YORK -- "Minari," a semi-autobiographical film directed by Lee Isaac Chung that has won the Golden Globe Award in the foreign-language category, is casting fresh light on the Asian American immigrant experience by honing in on interactions between multiple generations of a single family.

The movie, which grabbed the award at the annual ceremony on Sunday, is the latest Korean-themed work to receive industry acclaim after "Parasite," which took same award at the 2020 Golden Globes followed by the Academy Award for Best Picture at last year's Oscars.

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