Wildlife

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Showings

The Art Theater Fri, Nov 30 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Fri, Nov 30 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Dec 1 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Dec 1 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Dec 1 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Dec 2 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Dec 2 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Dec 2 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Dec 3 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Mon, Dec 3 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Dec 4 5:00 PM
The Art Theater Tue, Dec 4 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Dec 5 4:30 PM
The Art Theater Wed, Dec 5 7:00 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Dec 6 4:30 PM
The Art Theater Thu, Dec 6 7:00 PM
The Art Theater Fri, Dec 7 7:30 PM
The Art Theater Sat, Dec 8 2:30 PM
The Art Theater Sun, Dec 9 5:00 PM
Film Info
Release Year:2018
Rating:PG-13
Genre:Drama
Production Country:U.S.
Original Langauge:English
Trailer:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoJpVQTY_t4&t=8s
Format:DCP
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Paul Dano
Cast:Jake Gyllenhaal, Carey Mulligan, Ed Oxenbould, Bill Camp
Screenwriter:Paul Dano & Zoe Kazan (screenplay by), Richard Ford (based on the book by)

Description

14-year-old Joe (Ed Oxenbould) is the only child of Jeanette (Carey Mulligan) and Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal)—a housewife and a golf pro—in a small town in 1960s Montana. Nearby, an uncontrolled forest fire rages close to the Canadian border, and when Jerry loses his job—and his sense of purpose—he decides to join the cause of fighting the fire, leaving his wife and son to fend for themselves. Suddenly forced into the role of an adult, Joe witnesses his mother’s struggle as she tries to keep her head above water. (2018, Paul Dano, U.S., English, 105 min, PG-13, DCP)

“She’s a woman out of time, and Ford’s story, written 30 years ago, set 60 years ago, is strikingly resonant.” — Alex Godfrey, Time Out

“It’s striking to see such a proven actress [like Carey Mulligan] deliver what’s so clearly the best work of her career, but it’s unsurprising that [Paul] Dano knows what to do with his cast.” — David Ehrlich, indieWire

“Working from a screenplay he wrote with partner Zoe Kazan, Dano shows not just a keen way with actors but also an alert eye for deceptively charged visuals that combine surface beauty and nagging emptiness.” — Robert Abele, TheWrap

“Dano, it’s immediately clear, is a natural-born filmmaker, with an eye for elegant spare compositions that refrain from being too showy; they rarely get in the way of the story he’s telling.” — Owen Gleiberman, Variety