As one of America's most transformative actors, he's been a child kidnapper in "Prisoners", a racist psychopath in "12 Years a Slave", a young Brian Wilson in Beach Boys biopic "Love & Mercy" and the steely leader of an animal rights group in "Okja". Now, at the age of 34, he's directed his first film: "Wildlife", adapted from Richard Ford's book of the same name. The film tells of a family unravelling in 1960s Montana, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan. Paul Dano speaks to FRANCE 24.