Released today at the “Nomadland” theater, the play has been nominated for six Oscars. This movie depicts the tragedy of getting lost and still on track
Due to the economic recession in 2011, Fern had no jobs and a fixed source of income, so he did not shut down the world. He was frightened, but he continued to take risks and burned the ship. He sold most of his property, transported the truck home, and did temporary work in the Amazon Center, and fell into an unknown situation, unable to return to a place where it no longer exists.
This is the premise of the journey of Nomadland’s protagonist Fern, and the journey played by Chloé Zhao’s road film Frances McDormand will be released on Thursday.
“Nomadland” is a favorite of several Oscars. It reveals the introspection of this woman in her 60s, when she was still a widow, unemployed, and almost without a compass.
In the nomadic region, Fern, the protagonist of the movie by Chloé Zhao, highlights the intent of the story through the various feelings (such as strength, fear, indecision, and sense of security) he exhibits.This is the view of the Chinese director based in California
“From thinking that Fern was a woman who was stuck in grief or a maze and had nowhere to go, I thought she was a good woody woman, and simply understood that her salvation was in her. At this time, Fern’s world It is not closed to her. Due to the economic recession in 2011, he lost his job and has no fixed source of income; he was scared, but he began to take risks and burned the ship.”
“Since I read the story of this book (“Nomads: Surviving America in the Twenty-first Century” by Jessica Bruder), my sense of life and The sense of belonging and their various emotions and problems are deeply interested. When we talk about that lifestyle, it will arise in our bodies. The Hollywood Directors Guild Award Best Director Winner Zhao said, I think I express Fern in a very punctual manner. The existence of plant-like plants is very suitable, without the slightest emotional exaggeration, but full of hope and comfort.
The protagonist falls into sorrow, longing, frustration and passion, allowing himself to be embraced in autumn and protecting himself from the harsh winter.
Lack of resources will put a heavy burden on his peace, and he has adapted himself to some regulations and the danger of despair.
McDormand pointed out: “When Fern met other nomads, she identified with them and felt forced to learn technology and rationing to survive.”
When he was doing temporary work in Badlands National Park in South Dakota, he felt a sense of freedom and emptiness, and combined with his colleague David Strathairn.
They seem to click and complement each other, but she is reluctant and knows that her path points to other paths: she continues her journey, enters the unknown world, and enters introspection.
for your information
-Director Chole Zhao (Chole Zhao) is considered the favorite to win the Oscar
-The production cost of this film is less than 5 million US dollars, and there are many amateur actors
-Sound engineering is in charge of Sergio Díaz, Mexico.
Duration: 108 minutes
Genero: drama, road movie
Reparto: Frances McDormand, David Strathairn, Linda May, Charlene Swankie, Bob Wells, Gay DeForest, Patricia Grier