Schlagwort: Chloé Zhao

Kritik: Nomadland (USA 2020)
Drama, Festivals, Kritiken

Kritik: Nomadland (USA 2020)

Unser Dank für diese englischsprachige Gastkritik geht an Cliff Galiher, Filmexperte & -liebhaber aus Kalifornien, der Nomadland bereits digital im Rahmen des diesjährigen 45. Toronto International Film Festival gesehen hat. I’m not homeless, I’m just houseless. Chloé Zhao continues to weave a cinematic tapestry from the vast heartland of America. As Nomadland begins, Fern (Frances McDormand) is leaving her home in the small factory town on the edge of the Nevada desert, just as it ceases to exist - the factory offering the majority of the local jobs has closed, everyone has gone and the postal code has been discontinued. Piling her household into a storage facility and her most essential treasures and provisions into a white van, she sets off onto the endless road. Fern seems well...