Trailer Watch: Chloé Zhao’s Nomadland
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The first trailer for Chloé Zhao's Nomadland, which received critical nods throughout the season (it only ranks first in Indiewire's poll), has just fallen. Steve Dollar wrote of the New York Film Festival: “McDormand's performance, which depicts as much brooding inwardness as Fran's uncertain path ahead, is the blunt, flimsy thing that Oscar nominations are made of, and the mutual intensity of focus they are shares with Zhao joins the smallest details. It's a story about the how and why and the way scenes are composed from the smallest moments, looks, tasks and the broadest canvas of creation is a miracle. "

Check out the trailer above, which blends heavily with the movie's imagery and the laconic performance of McDormand while leaving out just a little of his quiet grief.

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