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Misha And The Wolves  2021
Director:  Sam Hobkinson
Producer:
  Poppy Dixon, Al Morrow, Matthew Wells, Gregory Zalcman and Jürgen Buedts
Editor:
  Peter Norrey
Music:
  Nick Foster
Screenplay:
  Sam Hobkinson
Director of Photography:
  Will Pugh, additional cinematography by Stephen F. McCarthy
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Cast:
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Synopsis:
A young orphaned girl survives the Holocaust by fleeing her home in search of her parents, escaping Nazis by sticking to the woods and living with wolves. Author Misha Defonseca’s story is an incredible one, and not just because of the wolves. Her memoir took the world by storm, but fallout with her publisher-turned-detective exposes the shocking truth beneath Misha’s deception.

A real-life mystery unfolds, with a slate of characters individually revealing pieces of the puzzle in this stranger-than-fiction revelation.

Reenactments, interviews, and archival footage stylishly blend to tell a vivid story about truth, deception, and self-preservation in director Sam Hobkinson’s engrossing film.

Each peeled-back layer is met with surprise, prompting larger questions as the story twists and turns. Whom do we trust, and what motivates deception? Where does the line blur between victim and perpetrator? Hobkinson brings fresh understanding and perspective to a story that might sound familiar to some, while delivering a gripping plunge for anyone new to the saga of Misha and her wolves.

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