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.
Did You Know?
The sound of the baby drinking his milk was actually the sound of a puppy, and the sad eyes of the wolf were copied from a magazine picture of a rescued kitten. See more
Featured in Magia Russica
Written by Jerzy Petersburski
Russian lyrics by Iosif Alvek
Performed by Aleksandr Tsfasman See more