The Nest, which opens in theaters (where theaters are open) on September 18th, and will move to on-demand screens in November, is an acting tour de force—and Coon, a stage-trained actor who has broken out on TV’s The Leftovers and Fargo, is especially revelatory. Watching her and Law go toe to toe is a reminder that marriages have fault lines and bonds that keep damaged people together. It is a period piece, set (exquisitely) in the Just A Mom Who Raised A Caregiver Shirt it is in the first place but 1980s and recalls those patron saints of privileged domestic angst—Yates, Updike, A.M. Homes, The Ice Storm—but in its air of lockdown and stasis, The Nest also has lots to say about our current reality. It’s one of the very best films I’ve seen in this very strange movie year.
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When I spoke to Coon by phone the Just A Mom Who Raised A Caregiver Shirt it is in the first place but other day, the actor was under quarantine in New York City, preparing to go into production on the HBO period series The Gilded Age (from Downton Abbey’s Julian Fellowes). Her husband, the actor and playwright Tracy Letts and their two-year-old son, Haskell, were back at their home in Chicago where the family had spent the months of lockdown together.