I have a story idea involving how three friends react differently to the same tragic event, I find it fascinating from a psychological perspective and hope others would share the same interest. The problem I run up against in trying to flesh out this idea is, much like 'Nomadland' that focuses more on the "why" than the "what" with Fern, is how to bring these three individuals to some sort of resolution at the end - is it effective enough to have them come to terms with their own actions, to be at peace with the tragedy? I realize it's a rather abstract ask, but heh, I think that's why I'm struggling with it a bit. I like the idea of the three different perspectives, and can show the struggles each character has within their own bounds, but am unsure about what that meeting point at the end should look like. I think for Fern it was acceptance, going back to the start of the pain she initially wanted to escape by becoming transient.