Fern (Frances McDormand) is a woman in her sixties who has lost everything – her money to the recession and her beloved husband to an early death. Kitting out a van as a home and following temporary work from place to place, she embarks on a journey through the American West, living as a modern-day nomad. Chloé Zhao (Songs My Brothers Taught Me, The Rider) continues to dazzle with another engrossing, humane film about subcultures in the US’ western wildlands. McDormand is typically brilliant alongside David Strathairn and a cast of charismatic non-professional actors.
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