The Wolfpack

Synopsis: Locked away from society in an apartment on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, the Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the films that they watch. Nicknamed, 'The Wolfpack,' the brothers spend their childhood reenacting their favorite films using elaborate homemade props and costumes. Their world is shaken up when one of the brothers decides to revisit the outside world and everything changes.
Director(s): Crystal Moselle
Production: Magnolia Pictures
  7 wins & 14 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

Mr. Orange.

Mr. Pink.

Mr. White.

Get the f*ck out

of the way! Move!

Move! Get the f*ck

out of the way!

Sorry, I'm fucking scared

right now.

Will you please hold me?


Here, I got you.

Are you gonna bark all day,

little doggie?

Or are you gonna bite?

Hey look, you two assholes,

calm the f*ck down!

Hey, back off!

What, we're on a

playground here?

Am I the only professional?

Have to do a fucking


Well, I don't know why

I came here tonight

I got a feeling that

something ain't right

I'm so scared in case

I fall off my chair

And I'm wondering how

I'll get down the stairs

God damn you Joe.

Don't make me do this.

Larry, stop pointing that

fucking gun at my dad!

It gets boring around here.

I write down the lines of

the entire film.

What each character says.

We always say lines from

some of our favorite films.

And we kind of thought

why don't we do those films?

Be those characters?

Got The Fighter.

Pulp Fiction has a lot of characters.

That all of us can play in.

Reservoir Dogs is a perfect one.

It makes me feel

like I'm living, sort of.

'Cause it's kind of

magical, a bit.

This is the

mighty W.O.O.D.,

the musical voice of Lumberton.

At the sound of the falling tree,

it's 9:

If I didn't have movies,

life would be pretty boring.

And there wouldn't be any

point to go on, you see?

So movies opened up

another world.

But I always thought

I would be a lonely person,

live in solitude.

That was just my view.

So... and it's shown

a lot in movies too...

The shy, lonely kid...

That was my childhood.

The Hare Krishna religion.

The God is Krishna,

and he has ten children

with every wife that he has.

And our father was, like,

enthralled by that.

So he had this idea

of like, you know,

having a big group

like our own community,

our own race here.

It's almost like

a tribe that you have.

And we're gonna have

all of them grow long hair

and I'm gonna give them all names

of the oldest language

on the planet... Sanskrit.

There's Govinda,

there's Narayana,

Krsna, Jagadisa,

Mukunda, Bhagavan,

and our sister, Visnu.

She's sort of special in a way,

like she almost

is in a world of her own.

And he had names for

three more children

that he wanted,

but as it so happens,

my mother caught up with age

and then she couldn't

have children anymore.

I love coffee, yeah.

I like take six or five

cups of coffee a day.

You know, my brother

made his own top 30 list.

I actually had my own ideas

so I made my own list.

All of us agree that

The Godfather I and II

is number one.

- Number two for me is JFK.

- I agree.

- JFK.

- My second favorite movie.

Number three for me

is Gone With the Wind.

I love Gone With the Wind.

And The Lord of the Rings.

Who doesn't like

The Lord of the Rings?

So I put it fourth.

All we have here

is a variety of different...

See we have Citizen Kane

and Casablanca,

which most people consider

to be the greatest movies

ever made.

Most people consider

Citizen Kane number one

all the time.

We have a collection of horror films

like, Manhunter, The Hills Have Eyes,

Blue Velvet.

Is that a good sound?

That is a good sound.

My parents didn't always

encourage us

to communicate with society.

So we were kind of shut off,

always lived in this apartment

in New York,

lower east side, Manhattan,

and we never really

communicated with people.

We were taught by our father

not to talk to strangers,

you know, the whole thing,

but it was farther than that.

It was like,

don't even look at people.

We didn't make any friends.

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