Cinemas reopen with "Nomadland"

By TPN/Lusa, in Lifestyle, Entertainment · 19-04-2021 13:09:00 · 0 Comments

The award-winning film "Nomadland - Survive in America", by director Chloé Zhao, is the choice of most of the exhibitors to mark the reopening of cinemas from today.

Following the easing of lockdown plan and reopening of cultural activity today, where the theatres and cinemas reopen in most of the national territory, except in the municipalities of Moura, Odemira, Portimão, Rio Maior, Alandroal, Albufeira, Carregal do Sal, Figueira da Foz, Marinha Grande and Penela.

Although cinema premieres are usually on Thursday, many exhibitors are excited for the premiere of one of the films that has won the most awards and that is a favourite at the Oscars: "Nomadland - Survive in America", by Chloé Zhao.

Starring Frances McDormand, winner of two Golden Globes and nominated for seven Oscars, the film tells the story of a woman who travels across America as a nomad, living in a caravan, working in temporary jobs and surviving on the road. The film will be shown both in multiplexes, by exhibitors such as NOS and UCI, as well as in independent theatres, such as the Nimas and Ideal cinemas, in Lisbon, and the Trindade cinema, in Porto.



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