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The Wolf of Rostov

Psychological thriller Feature film - 100 minutes

Based on true events: Melbourne 2001

You might think that Nazi war criminals are just a part of history, but a 20/20 investigation reveals that, right now, men accused of the most inhuman acts are living in comfort in a place you would never expect: Australia.
BARBARA WALTERS, US Broadcast Journalist


Australia, 2001. Jewish History professor David is excited. He has just picked up Israeli journalist Kate from Melbourne Airport and they are on their way to interview an elderly mother and her son who heard the voice of Nazi commander ‘The Wolf’ on a Melbourne street. With this proof, David will be able to pressure the Australian government into finally prosecuting The Wolf and some of the other 841 Nazis who have lived safely there since the war.

Any Nazi criminal who lives in Australia, and there must be at least hundreds of them there, knows he is home free. ELI ROSENBAUM, US Justice Department

“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

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