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‘Nomadland’ trailer: Frances McDormand’s powerful dialogues

Searchlight Pictures has released a new trailer for the upcoming drama film 'Nomadland,' featuring Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand

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‘Nomadland’ trailer is out now and we couldn’t be more excited.

Searchlight Pictures released a brand new trailer for the upcoming drama film ‘Nomadland,’ featuring Oscar-winning actress Frances McDormand in the lead.

Based on Jessica Bruder’s 2017 novel of the same name, the film has premiered at Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion honor and has already garnered critical acclaim, reports The Hollywood Reporter.

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Set in the aftermath of 2008’s Great Recession, ‘Nomadland’ revolves around Fern (McDormand), a woman in her sixties who, after losing both her husband and her home during the crisis sets off on the road, exploring life outside of conventional society, living as a van-dwelling modern-day nomad.

The film’s official synopsis is as follows: “Following the economic collapse of a company town in rural Nevada, Fern (Frances McDormand) packs her van and sets off on the road exploring a life outside of conventional society as a modern-day nomad.”

The award-winning drama is helmed by acclaimed writer/director Chloe Zhao, whose credits also include the upcoming Marvel Cinematic Universe superhero film ‘The Eternals’.

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The film also features several supporting actors portrayed by real-life nomads, including Linda May, Swankie, and Bob Wells as Fern’s mentors throughout her exploration through the vast landscape of the American West. Fellow acting veteran David Strathairn also stars in the film.

‘Nomadland’ will release on February 19, 2021.

We have some powerful dialogues from the trailer. Check out Dialogues below:

“No. I’m not homeless. I’m just houseless” – Frances McDormand
“My husband worked at the USG mine in empire… I was a substitute teacher. It is a tough time right now” – Frances McDormand
“I need work. I like work” – Frances McDormand
“What the nomads are doing is not that different than what the pioneers did” – Frances McDormand
“My dad used to say what’s remembered lives. I… maybe spent too much of my life… just remembering” – Frances McDormand
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