Published in Cinema Sentries.
The Wolf House is 73 minutes of “Wow! How did they pull off?”. The startling stop-motion animation, which bestows ‘awe!’ after ‘awe!’ every minute is only one of the pillars that hold this astonishing form of story-telling. Masquerading as a propaganda film to cleanse the ill-reputation of Colonia Dignidad, an isolated community formed by German fugitive Paul Schäfer, there’s more to the film than what appears, although it draws little from the real-life incidents, on the surface. The community, which was legally bound for agriculture activities, became infamous for the torture, internment, and murders…. continue reading here.