Carey Mulligan plays a frustrated housewife in 1960 and Ed Oxenbould is her teenage son in “Wildlife.” (IFC Films)

Carey Mulligan plays a frustrated housewife in 1960 and Ed Oxenbould is her teenage son in “Wildlife.” (IFC Films)

Carey Mulligan burns up the screen in ‘Wildlife’

Director Paul Dano, an actor himself, lets Mulligan and costar Jake Gyllenhaal showcase their skill.

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