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The Wolf of Rostov

Psychological thriller Feature film - 100 minutes

“Monsters exist, but they are too few in number to be truly dangerous. More dangerous are the common men, the functionaries ready to believe and to act without asking questions.” 

― Primo Levi

Based on true events: Melbourne 2001

Josh is an ageing  journalist past his prime but determined to uncover the truth about the Wolf of Rostov. “The Wolf”is  one of the last remaining Nazis living amongst us, anonymously, in the leafy suburbs of Melbourne. Josh enlists the help of Kate, a young colleague and together they set out to expose the man they believe was responsible for the murder of over 100,000 Jews.

In a thrilling chase for the truth the story twists and turns as not all is as is expected. Josh and Kate’s pursuit of the facts wrecks a devastation of its own.

Should the past be left buried or is retribution the only way forward?

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