US series epic "pachinko": When family is more than just origins

“Pachinko” dares a lot. But if you get involved in the Korean family saga over four generations, you can look forward to one of the best and most graceful series in recent streaming service history!

The US series epic “Pachinko” – to stream on Apple TV + – trusts the viewer a lot. The story of a Korean family unfolds in a long story arc, which tells of the ups and downs of its own origins over generations. It’s about love, loss and the search for national identity. Pachinko is based on the 2017 novel of the same name by journalist and author Min Jin Lee.

A detailed review of “Pachinko” by Ronny Rüsch and Axel Max – now in a new episode of the ntv podcast “Oscars & Raspberry”. Also present: the comedy “Kings of Hollywood” with Robert De Niro, the film drama “Waves” and the comic adaptation “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” with Tom Hardy.

“Oscars & Raspberry” – the ntv podcast – where everything revolves around streaming services such as Netflix, RTL +, Amazon Prime & Co. every Friday.

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Every Friday Ronny Rüsch presents “Oscars & Raspberry”, the ntv podcast about streaming. Informative. Entertaining. Compact. In the ntv app, at AudioNow, Spotify and Apple Podcasts.

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