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What Frances McDormand Would (and Wouldn’t) Give to ‘Nomadland’ – The New York Times

The acclaimed film required her to draw from a life she prefers to keep private. So when the director asked to cast her family, too, the star pondered whether to…

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That was the hook, McDormand said. It was the power of being a really shy, slightly suspect seventh-grader who could stand in front of a group of people and keep their attention. She loved, too, that Shakespeares female characters were as power-hungry as the men: Its like I used to say to Joel, Why dont you guys write better roles for women? In fact, why dont you just write a role for men and then let me play it?
She had married Coen not long after making her screen debut in the 1984 noir Blood…

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