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Frances McDormand treks the nation in new Nomadland trailer

December 15th, 2020 | by vBollywood Author
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Frances McDormand is moving closer towards Oscar-worthy act in a travel across the country in the first full-length trailer for director Chloé Zhao‘s masterpiece Nomadland.

The new preview charts Frances McDormand’s rural journey as Fern, a woman working through past trauma — including the death of her husband and decimation of her small hometown after an economic crisis. She travels and enjoys a visit in the lesser-known parts of the United States in her van.

“I’m not homeless,” Fern tells a friend in the trailer. “I’m just houseless. Not the same thing, right?”

The clip previews the personal connections Fern makes with many drifters along the way, all of whom offer life-changing perspective on personal growth and healing as she comes to terms with her past and plots her future.

“I always used to make that joke that when you feel a bit lost, you go west. That’s sort of a historic movement that people do. There’s that pioneer spirit of that land, and it’s also full of tension in a way. It feels both new and old because it’s now predominantly farmland,” Zhao previously told EW of her inspiration for the film. “There’s something about that piece of landscape in a country that’s so young, and the things we talk about are so of today. To escape into the heartland and the American West is a very rejuvenating experience for me every time I go. I just feel like I’m part of something bigger.”

Nomadland is based on Jessica Bruder’s book of the same name. The film is co-starring David Strathairn and will be releasing on February 19 via Searchlight Pictures. Watch the full trailer above.

Photo courtesy: www.indiewire.com

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