A reflection of Russian history and memory. Norstein creates a visual emotional response to a changing Russia, followed in the eyes of the Little Grey Wolf spying on various people's lives, and giving an insight on Russian culture in the 20th Century.
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The title of the film, and partial inspiration, came from a poem by Nazim Hikmet
. The original title "The Little Grey Wolf Will Come" was rejected by censors. See more
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Prelude #8 from The Well Tempered Clavier
Written by Johann Sebastian Bach
(as J.S. Bach) See more