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The Wolfpack

THE WOLFPACK documents six bright teenage brothers have spent their entire lives locked away from society in a Manhattan housing project. All they know of the outside is gleaned from the movies they watch obsessively. Yet as adolescence looms, they dream of escape, ever more urgently, into the beckoning world.

Director: Crystal Moselle
Year: 2015
Time: 90 min

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Read this primer on the Hare Krishna movement and its practices and beliefs by  NPR.

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“We got new music when we would look through our dads hundreds of cassettes that our dad recorded from the radio or from records. He would also make mixedtapes.”

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The Wolfpack Goes To Hollywood

The success of the documentary THE WOLFPACK brought the brothers to Los Angeles for their first time ever. There they explored the sites and met film directors David O. Russell (American Hustle, The Fighter) and William Friedkin (The Exorcist, The French Connection) who both have inspired their creativity.

Watch their travelogue on youtube.

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“Youngsters are missing out on their childhood because we over-protect them…” Find out more on BBC.

 Many Open Questions

“THE WOLFPACK, Moselle’s first feature-length directorial project, is an unusual film, made in part by the participants. It leaves a lot of questions open, about access, process, and the Angulos’ future—questions Moselle sat down with The Dissolve to answer.”

Read the interview here.

Homeschooling: Setting the Record Straight

“During the late 1980s, my mother heard a radio report about an educational method called ‘homeschooling.’ At the time, it was framed as a predominantly religious response in the U.S. to the secularization of schooling. But what mom saw was an opportunity to spend more time raising her children in the way she believed to be best, rather than trusting the sub-par local schools to oversee our academic career.”

Continue reading on The Huffington Post.

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