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With two Golden Globe wins and six Oscar nominations, there's no question Nomadland is scoring big during this year's award season.
The poetic and emotional drama, brought to life by filmmaker Chloé Zhao and starring actress Frances McDormand, is inspired by the 2017 book by Jessica Bruder. It follows the journey of a houseless woman traveling around the American West and finding a sense of community while on the road.
Everything about Nomadland is being praised — from Chloé's masterful and compassionate storytelling to Frances's phenomenal acting and the beautiful scenery captured on screen. Put bluntly, this is a film you need to see for several reasons. The good news is, Nomadland has become much more accessible to watch amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Below, you'll find all the info you need about enjoying the award-winning movie.
Where to watch and stream Nomadland:
Nomadland is available to stream for all Hulu subscribers. For those who don't have a Hulu subscription, you can always sign up for a free one-month trial. After that, a Hulu plan starts at $5.99 per month.
Unfortunately, subscribers to other streaming services will not be able to watch Nomadland for the time being. This includes Netflix, HBO Max and more. We'll be sure to update this post if the title ends up being on another streaming platform in the future.
Nomadland will also be shown in select theaters across the country. Make sure to check your state's health guidelines before making any plans. It's important to note that the CDC advises limiting indoor activities and crowds, wearing a mask and practicing social distancing whenever possible.
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