Isolated from society in an apartment in Manhattan, Angulo brothers learn about the outside world through the movies they pursue. Nicknamed “The Wolf Pack” brothers spend their childhood stage repostulating their favorite movies using costumes and props laboriously made in house. Without friends and living on social welfare, feed their curiosity, creativity and imagination with films that allow them to escape the feeling of isolation and loneliness.
Everything changes when one of the brothers of the house escapes and dynamic changes. “The Wolf Pack” must learn how to function in society without brotherhood apart.
Moselle builds a compelling portrait using the world unprecedented access to their subjects and extensive archive of amateur footage taken home.