Wish they made more mid-level thrillers like this. Fun way to spend a few hours.
Love this blend of fiction and documentary. A study in grief and isolation that doubles as a portrait of capitalist disposability. Zhao is such a clever, ambitious storyteller, and McDormand fits right into the bruised milieu—she’s tender and present, and a little corny. A movie about finding worth outside of the capitalist culture that stripped you of your humanity. But also one about the future of America, and the ones who have no place in it.