Posted in: by Robert Horton, Contributors, Documentary, Film Reviews

Film Review: ‘The Wolfpack’

Krsna, Jagadisa, and Mukunda Angulo

You know your weird neighbors? They seem to be a big family, but nobody ever sees them, except when the angry-looking father goes out to get groceries. Sometimes you hear strange things going on. What are they doing in there?

Well, keep your camera handy, because behind those cardboarded-over windows might be a documentary film waiting to blossom. One such household is thrown open in The Wolfpack, the chronicle of six brothers raised inside a shabby New York apartment and only rarely allowed to go outside.

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