The Wolfpack (2015)
Critic Consensus: Offering a unique look at modern fears and our fascination with film, The Wolfpack is a fascinating -- and ultimately haunting -- urban fable.
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Critic Reviews for The Wolfpack
Everything about The Wolfpack is extraordinary, beginning with the subjects of Crystal Moselle's mesmerizing documentary.
The boys are bright and funny, and when they do go out together - shades on, long hair flowing down rail-thin bodies - they look like a somewhat awkward but cool rock band you'd like to get to know. Moselle's documentary is the next best thing.
Whether they are dancing exuberantly to the cheesy 1980s pop hit Tarzan Boy or celebrating Halloween in their tiny living room, these kids figured out how to not only survive, but thrive. Sometimes, with a little luck and a lot of love, joy finds a way.
It all adds up to a story of the human spirit's ability to survive and even thrive despite twisted circumstance.
It's stunning (and amazingly well done) and hard to believe. Yet it's all true, as far as we know.
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A fascinating documentary about a family in New York whose children have always lived in isolation, with no contact with the outside world. Their only outlet is through movies and this documentary explores how the world treats them once they venture outside and how they see the world. Creepy and compelling.
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