NOMADLAND is riding high after scooping best picture at the Oscars 2021.
The film also won best director and best actress for Chloé Zhao and Frances McDormand.
Nomadland is a Golden Globe winning film
How can I watch Nomadland in the UK?
Nomadland will be available to watch in the UK on Disney+ from April 30.
The streaming service currently costs £7.99 a month or £79.90 annually.
Nomadland opened at the Venice Film Festival, where it won the Golden Lion.
In the US Nomadland is now available to stream for all Hulu subscribers.
US Amazon Prime Video subscribers can buy the film for $14.99 too.
Frances McDormand heads up the cast as FernCredit: AP:Associated Press
What is Nomadland about?
The film, which is based on the book, Nomadland: Surviving America In The Twenty-First Century, tells the story of Fern (Frances McDormand).
Like many others, Fern lost her job in the 2008 financial crash and the recession that followed.
Now, she lives in a van and spends her life on the road, living as a modern-day nomad, looking for work.
The film Nomadland is about a woman who becomes a nomad after losing everything in the recessionCredit: AP:Associated Press
Who is in the cast of Nomadland?
As well as the film featuring well-known stars it also includes real-life nomads:
- Frances McDormand as Fern
- David Strathairn as David
- Linda May as Linda
- Bob Wells as Bob
- Derek Endres as Derek
- Peter Spears as Peter
What did Nomadland win at the 2021 Oscars?
Nomadland won three awards at the Oscars – the coveted Best picture award, as well as Best Director for Chloé Zhao.
Former Oscar winner McDormand also won in the Best Actress category.
The movie previously won best picture and best director at the 2021 Golden Globes.
What are the reviews like for Nomadland?
Esquire said: “Chloe Zhao’s film is a a poetic Malickian ode to the pioneering nature of the restless American spirit.”
The Seattle Times wrote: “Zhao shows us the difficulty of this life – the endless laundromats, the cramped bed in the van, the cold, the possessions left behind – but also its beauty and freedom.”
The Atlantic praised the film’s director, and said: “Zhao places the failed promises of the American dream alongside some of its most beautiful, breathtaking vistas, as Fern pursues a life that isn’t driven by a search for success and wealth.”
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