In the documentary The Wolfpack, which won the award for best documentary at the Sundance Film Festival 2015, director Crystal Mosell tells the story of six brothers who grew up isolated in an apartment in New York. Their parents have home-schooled them and only allowed them to leave the apartment a few times. Instead, the brothers have used films as a way to understand and experience the world outside of the small apartment. Together they reenact scenes from their favorite movies, such as Reservoir dogs, Pulp fiction and The dark knight, complete with intricate scenography and costumes made of paper. Mosell got to know the family and was allowed to film their lives, just as the brothers begin to revolt against their parents and the choice to keep them away from the outside world.