‘Nomadland’ wins Best Film at the 2021 Oscar

“ Nomadland ” has gone down in history since its release in national and international cinemas and, with the Oscar 2021, has just rectified the deserved title of one of the great feature films of not only the year, but of the last decades.

At the awards, the work won the statuette for Best Picture, completing the wave of victories that also includes a BAFTA, Critics’ Choice Awards, Golden Globe and dozens of other accolades.

As if that weren’t enough, Chloe Zhao also took home the award for Best Director, becoming the second woman to achieve the feat (and the first color to be recognized by the Academy).

The film is written and directed by Chloé Zhao (“The Eternals”).

After the economic collapse of an industrial colony in rural Nevada (USA), Fern (Frances McDormand) gathers his things in a van and sets out on an exploratory journey, out of mainstream society, like a modern day nomad. NOMADLAND, Chloe Zhao’s third film, features true nomads like Linda May, Swankie and Bob Wells as Fern’s mentors and companions on their journey of exploration across the vast landscape of the American West.

David Strathain, Linda May, Charlene Swakie and Bob Wells complete the cast.

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