The Wolfpack blows open the world of shut-in siblings
Imagine being one of six brothers growing up in a New York apartment, barely setting foot outside, and developing your world view via home-schooling and Hollywood films.
This was childhood for the Angulo brothers, who were largely raised in isolation save for their cinematic window into the wider world.
Filmmaker Crystal Moselle follows the long-haired boys in The Wolfpack, one of the most talked-about films of the year. She and two of the brothers — Govinda and Narayana Angulo — join guest host Gill Deacon to discuss their surreal childhood, their chance meeting with Moselle, and how they broke free to become the protagonists of their own story.