The Wolfpack (Blu-ray)
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Blu-ray Disc Features:
- Rated: R
- Run Time: 1 hours, 29 minutes
- Video: Color
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Released: October 20, 2015
- Originally Released: 2015
- Label: Magnolia Home Ent
- Note: Interview with The Wolfpack
- Interview with director Crystal Moselle
- The making of Mirror Heart
- Mirror Heart (a short film directed by Mukunda Angulo, cinematography by Govinda Angulo, starring The Wolfpack)
- Window Feel (a short film directed by Mukunda Angulo, starring The Wolfpack)
- The Wolfpack goes to Hollywood: first trip to Los Angeles
- Theatrical trailer
- Aspect Ratio: Widescreen - 1.78
- DTS HD Master Audio - English
- Subtitles - English, French, Spanish
Performers, Cast and Crew:
|Directed by||Crystal Moselle|
4 stars out of 5 -- The brothers are easy to warm to, and the family’s slow introduction into the outside world is quietly moving.
It's cute, funny, and sad. Full Review
The Stranger (Seattle, WA)
Rating: 4/5 -- The Wolfpack walks a perilous line in documentary ethics, but there's no question it is one of the most confronting and confounding true stories in a long time. Full Review
Sydney Morning Herald
Blending the family’s home videos with her own often-grainy footage, Moselle creates something like a real-life Harmony Korine movie...
Much of THE WOLFPACK is undeniably moving, especially as the boys come out into the real world, frightened and unsure of themselves.
The Wolfpack is thought-provoking and sometimes touching, but there is a nagging sense that Moselle didn't dig deep enough into the abusive situation. Full Review
Rating: 3/5 -- The Wolfpack is an intriguing portrait of an accidental social experiment, but the narrative created to support it is too disjointed and skin-deep to really resonate. Full Review
One Room With A View
Crystal Moselle's documentary THE WOLFPACK tells the story of the Angulo brothers, siblings who spent their childhood never leaving their Lower East Side apartment. Their limited connection to the outside world came in the form of movies, and they would entertain themselves by reenacting what they saw on the screen. Eventually, one of them frees himself, and that event triggers profound changes in all of them.
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