Locked inside their Lower East Side apartment by their father, the hermitic Angulos siblings spent most of their lives watching thousands of movies (e.g. Reservoir Dogs, Pulp Fiction and The Dark Knight) and then making very detailed, filmed re-enactments of them. Basically their collection of 5000+ movies provided their sole means of connection to the outside world for most of their lives.
We're not really sure how the hell Moselle found these guys, but we're intrigued and impressed, and so is the rest of the world – it won the Documentary Grand Jury Prize at Sundance this year. “The Wolfpack indeed has much to say about fandom, the reciprocal bonds between consumption and production”, said Blake Williams from Cinema Scope. Rolling Stone called it a "film that puts a hypnotic and haunting spin on movie love."