“Thanks to the delicacy of [Andrew Droz Palermo’s] cinematography, and an entrancing score from “LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE” composer Nick Urata, the movie fuses its quirky twists into a fully realized world, while eccentric chapter headings unfolding against colorful paintings of key plot points enhance the storybook feel. From the Felliniesque exuberance of the carnival to the freewheeling nature of Paul’s evolving outcast entourage, “THE TRUE ADVENTURES OF WOLFBOY” pushes beyond the constraints of a typical YA adventure to reach for a darker, deeper look at how ostracized people forge communities through a mutual sense of dislocation.”

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