Will critical praise for Carrie Coon in ‘The Nest’ lead to an Oscar nomination?

Will critical praise for Carrie Coon in ‘The Nest’ lead to an Oscar nomination?
This year’s Oscar race for Best Actress may be shaping up to be a battle between former nominees and winners, but numerous potential first-time nominees could be nipping at their heels, like “The Nest” star Carrie Coon. The actress has been a critics darling for the IFC release, collecting Best Actress nominations from the Chicago, Florida and Indiana critics on top of the Gotham Awards.

Coon creates one of the most complex characters of the year as Allison, an American horseback riding teacher who moves with her family to a creaky English country house. While there are early indicators that there is strain within Allison’s family, it isn’t until they’ve settled into their new home that tensions fully come to the surface, especially between her and her husband Rory (Jude Law). Coon is riveting as she becomes frustrated by Rory’s empty promises while also grieving
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