directed by Adrian Panek, Netherlands/Germany/Poland 2018, 88' (English friendly)
The film takes place in the summer of 1945. For the eight children liberated from the Gross-Rosen concentration camp, a provisional orphanage is created in an abandoned palace amid a forest. Their guardian is twenty-year-old Hanka, who was also a prisoner. After the horrors of the camp, the protagonists slowly regain the remnants of their lost childhood; however, a new nightmare quickly presents itself. In the surrounding forest, camp werewolves roam. Released by the SS before the liberation of Gross-Rosen, these famished and feral animals surround the palace in search of food. The instinct of survival learned in the camp is revived in the terrified children.