Movies at the Sundance Film Festival often arrive with tags of "originality" and "boldness." But there are few offerings that substantiate the claim like "The Wolfpack," a documentary about imprisonment, abuse and the power of classic films.
Crystal Moselle's debut feature, which premiered Sunday night at the independent-film gathering, tells of the Angulo family, a set of six brothers and one younger sister growing up in a low-income development on New York's Lower East Side. The product of a white Midwestern mother and Latino father, ...
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