I'm surprised this film never had its day. The film spends a night following a group of Macedonian partisans, on the run from the Bulgarian authorities in control of the region. While the premise is relatively slight, the film itself is padded out with more than enough to keep the viewer enthralled.
One could possibly classify it as a war-thriller - I was on the edge of my seat for several scenes - but the interaction of the characters give it something more emotive. Masterly directed by France Stiglic, and featuring some highly impressive performances, Wolf's Night is possibly my favourite Macedonian film.
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