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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A boy witnesses his parents' marriage falling apart after his mother finds another man.

Cast

  • Ed Oxenbould
  • Jake Gyllenhaal
  • Carey Mulligan
  • Travis W Bruyer
  • Zoe Margaret Colletti
  • Tom Huston Orr
  • Bill Camp
  • Darryl Cox
  • Ginger Gilmartin
  • Michael Gibbons

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Paul Dano and Jake Gyllenhaal previously co-starred in Prisoners (2013) and Okja (2017).
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Goofs

  • At 1:05:47, when Jeanette is standing near Joe, her lipstick is faded. At 1:05:57, when she turns around to put her arms in the coat, It's dark again.

Quotes

    • Jerry Brinson: Boy, boy, boy! Boy!
    • [He laughs]
    • Jerry Brinson: Well, ain't this a wild life, son?
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Metacritic

80
Oct 18, 2018

Wildlife is a confident and compassionate first film. But with its protagonist mostly relegated to waiting and observing, its main raison d’être is Mulligan’s masterful turn as a thirtysomething woman coldly testing her abilities to see what she’s capable of, while terrified that she won’t be able to provide a good life for her son.

Metacritic review by Inkoo Kang
Inkoo Kang
Slate
80

The script dares to go deep and confront what is going on in the hearts and minds of all three family members, but it does so articulately and without hysteria.

Metacritic review by Todd McCarthy
Todd McCarthy
The Hollywood Reporter
80

As a director, Dano prefers static camera setups and uncluttered frames, emphasising the mundane nature of the drama, which only allows the increasing darkness of this tale to become more upsetting.

Metacritic review by Tim Grierson
Tim Grierson
Screen International