In the 1980s, Korean immigrant Jacob Yi (Steven Yuen) sought his piece of the American dream when he packed up his family from California for an Arkansas parcel where he'd farm his homeland's produce. The strains of their new existence, and the fitful bonding of sickly son David (Alan Kim) with the grandmother (Oscar-winner Youn Yuh-jung) come to help care for him, are lyrically explored in writer-director's Lee Isaac Chung's acclaimed, semi-autobiographical opus. Yeri Han, Noel Kate Cho co-star. 105 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English.