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Raised and home schooled by their parents, the six Angulo brothers live in very close quarters in the family’s small New York apartment. With virtually no access to the outside world bar the very occasional strictly supervised trip, their only vision of life beyond the apartment walls is gleaned from the movies they watch together. To deal with their captive state, the brothers form an ensemble cast and re-enact scenes from their favourite films using homemade props. A documentary that gives privileged access to lives led in seclusion, shining a light on the extraordinary creativity and resilience of ‘The Wolfpack’.
A resource to support fun and thought provoking activity to complement an Into Film Festival screening in the Culture Shock strand.
A film guide that looks at Mustang (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
A bizarre outbreak of suicides among the girls of one family is the focus of this intelligent, haunting Sofia Coppola film.
16+ years 92 mins
Tough but moving documentary which deals with director Jonathan Caouette's troubled upbringing.
14+ years 91 mins
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