“Minari” has won the award for Best Motion Picture in a Foreign Language at the 78th Golden Globes.
On February 28 local time, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HPFA) held the 78th yearly Golden Globe Awards, and “Minari” was declared the victor of Best Motion Picture – Foreign Language.
A year ago, “Parasite” brought home similar honor at the 77th Golden Globes, making it the primary Korean film in history to win a Golden Globe.
Notwithstanding, because “Minari” is an American film, there has been a lot of discussion over the choice to put “Minari” in the Foreign Language class, rather than permitting it to vie for the Best Motion Picture – Drama grant. Albeit the film is a U.S. creation with an American chief that was recorded in the United States with a generally American cast, the HPFA’s order decides direct that any movie that is in excess of 50% in a language other than English is ineligible for passage into the best picture race.
Coordinated by Lee Isaac Chung, “Minari” recounts the tale of a group of South Korean workers who attempt to make another life in country America during the 1980s. The movie, which depends on the chief’s genuine experience, stars Steven Yeun, Han Ye Ri, Alan Kim, Noel Kate Cho, Youn Yuh Jung, and Will Patton.
Congrats to the cast and crew of “Minari”!
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