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Film Review - Wildlife


After a career of starring in sophisticated, often difficult movies, actor Paul Dano has finally decided to make one himself. Moving behind the camera for his directorial debut, Dano offers “Wildlife,” which is an adaptation of a novel by Richard Ford, transformed into a screenplay by Dano and Zoe Kazan. While the material is yet another deep slice of domestic discontent served on a repressed period plate, Dano manages to find some feeling to the picture, leading with tough but fair characterizations that seek to do a little more than remain pawns in a game of melodrama. “Wildlife” gives off the vibe of formula, watching yet another irritable family crumble over time, but the writing is attentive and the helming respectful, with Dano getting the feature to unique perspectives and dramatic sensitivity, delivering a special debut.  Read the rest at


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