The film Nomadland, which stars actress Frances McDormand, confirmed its status as a big favorite for the upcoming Oscars on Saturday by winning four of the most important awards at the National Society of Film Critics ceremony.
This awards ceremony organized by a group of American critics is considered one of the best indicators for predicting Oscar winners.
Directed by filmmaker Chloé Zhao (The Rider), Nomadland is inspired by a book of the same title written by journalist Jessica Bruder in 2017 which examines the harsh reality of thousands of nomadic workers who have lost their homes and savings. during the 2008 financial crisis.
The film has already won the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Toronto Film Festival.