Chloe Zhao Nomadland is the most relatable movie treat when the world is undergoing serious situations. Let’s see why we are talking about it.
Nomadland the contemplating film directed by Chloe Zhao has rocked the BAFTA’s. And from these few days, all of us have been talking about this amazing movie.
This American drama has earned awards for best film, the best direction along with the best cinematography and best leading actress.
Based on Jessica Bruder’s novel of the same name it is set in 2011 when a recession hit the American town. Hence, we the corona facing population can totally relate to it.
So, let’s lose up our minds and explore the incidents from the movies where we can see how Fern defines us suffering the pandemic times.
We have seen countless people migrating to their native homes from working places in the corona outbreak. To look after their families and no reason for being at the service site compelled them to leave their houses.
But as Fern has replied to the girl, ‘I am not homeless, I’m just houseless, there is a difference’, we assume just the conditions are not good. But, our motivation and support from our families have not lost.
COVID -19 increased the graph of unemployment. Not only youths but ages also suffer from it. Fern who is a widow has also lost her job because the company at Empire has been shut.
The zip code for the firm gets discontinued but the memories of her would have remained the same. Because she and her husband had worked together here.
3. Finding ourselves
There have been no rays of hope amidst this time but we have made ourselves just like the sun to rise and shine. We explored our identities when we had nothing to do.
Similarly, the leading lady went on a journey on her moving vehicle that she calls ‘Vanguard’. Well, the various locations like snowy landscapes and green terrains made us fall in love with them.
4. Uniting with friends and families
The protagonist after her husband’s demise found friends like Linda May, Swankie, and Bob Wells. And here we made more friends and spent time with them.
Though we got to know more about our families and developed emotions for them. Just like Fern who recalled her husband by tightly hugging his jacket.
5. Learning skills
Our internet feeds were full of bakery posts, paintings, and drawings, and songs, while the coronavirus was spreading its hands. We learned new skills also.
Furthermore, we see Fern Uniting with Rubber Tramp Rendezvous’s Bob Wells where she learned basic survival skills.
This traveling saga stars Frances McDormand in the lead role. Plus, some real people portray such reel characters like Wells.
So if you have not watched it yet, go and have a bung watch now.
Happy reading .
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