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Who's Afraid of the Big Black Wolf? (2012)

1944. Somewhere in the occupied Central Europe. A multicultural triangle between a little shepherd and two officers from the opposite sides in a sensual and emotional Alpine story of two tunes and one whistle.

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6 wins & 11 nominations. See more awards »

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Anze
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John
Klaus B. Wolf ...
Hans
Michael Kranz ...
German Sergeant
Ziga Krmelj ...
German Soldier
Ziga Cibic ...
German Soldier
David Bingo ...
German Soldier
Aleksander Gorse ...
German Soldier
Ales Buzga ...
Dead American Airman
Megi ...
Anze's Goat
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1944. Somewhere in the occupied Central Europe. A multicultural triangle between a little shepherd and two officers from the opposite sides in a sensual and emotional Alpine story of two tunes and one whistle.

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Short | Drama | History | War

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27 September 2012 (Slovenia)  »

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Wer hat Angst vorm Schwarzen Mann?  »

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2.35 : 1
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Lead actor Tilen Lapajne (as Anze) was six and a half years old during filming. See more »

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a mighty short film
1 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see this film recently at the London City Film Festival and what a treat it was. Who is Afraid of the Big Black Wolf is a wonderful film and I really enjoyed watching it. You quickly forgot that you were watching a film as the story unfolded and it was a beautiful poetical journey into Europe's past. All the performances were strong but none more so than the film's young 'star' who acted with incredible maturity and who carried off a part which was integral to the film but which had very few lines. The film looked amazing and the camera work was superb. I urge you all to look out for it on the film festival circuit and it would not surprise me at all if the film picked up a few awards on the way. In fact I think it won 'best film' at the film festival which I saw it. A huge congratulations to the cast and crew. Short films are never easy and this was a mighty big film that had all of us watching enthralled.


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