They were secluded in a six room apartment for as long as they could remember. No one was allowed to go out until one day one of the children bravely turned the knob on the door to enter freedom. Last night I saw the documentary "Wolfpack." I came away speechless. I kept trying to imagine how I would be if I were shut up in an apartment for the majority of my life with no way out.
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The Angulo family lived in a housing apartment building in New York City. They were poor. They survived on Welfare and the little bit of money the mother made homeschooling the children. A controlling father kept his family at bay with strict rules and kept the only key to get out. The children's only salvation was their imagination, which I found compelling. Below is an episode from 20\20 reviewing the movie and most of all their lives after the documentary.