Chloe Zhao’s semi-fictional street film “Nomadland” is an American saga that is as beautiful as it is ornate. In it, Francis McDormand always plays a confident nomad.
Even without the current “It’s Going Again” enthusiasm, this film should draw people to the cinema. Not only was “Nomadland” an acclaimed winner at Oscars 2021 — Best Picture, Best Director, Best Leading Actress — and garnered more than 200 awards worldwide, it’s also a cool, shining jewel of film art. Sino-American director Chloe Zhao, born in Beijing in 1982, who went to boarding school in Great Britain, graduated from high school in Los Angeles and studied filmmaking in New York, is a documentary-viewing of her new home. He also makes a picture. His third feature film Authentic and Coherent.
Her debut film “Songs My Brothers Tout Me” (2015) told about the everyday life of the Lakota at the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota – particularly with people from the reservation. It was there that Zhao met young cowboy Brady Jandreau, who then became his lead actor…
Tv ninja. Lifelong analyst. Award-winning music evangelist. Professional beer buff. Incurable zombie specialist.