Kalpit Tandon’s review published on Letterboxd:
Nomadland understands loss. It acknowledges grief and the varying spans it might take for souls to heal. The quietude speaks tremendous volumes and the landscape whispers calming lullabies as Chloe Zhao merges the individual aches into a universal definition of loneliness while pulling the rug from below our feet.
Jagged mountains, infinite vistas, ghost towns and cold deserts, the experience is akin to witnessing a visual poetry. Understated and deeply mournful, it wears the crowning jewel in minimalistic film-making. I may have found a haven for me in times of despair, Thank You.