Zack Heisey’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sometimes a movie comes out that treats it’s characters with such profound empathy that it doesn’t even seem like a movie anymore. It seems like you’re watching a life. It makes you look at people, things and places just a little differently. Nomadland was that for me. The way I feel now is similar to the way I felt after seeing The Florida Project for the first time, like I’m seeing a life that is so wildly different than mine play out. Maybe it’s the non-actors in both adding that little something that can’t be acted or fabricated. Tragic that I didn’t get to see this on a theater screen.