Edan Zeira, 2012
Israel/Russia | Hebrew & Russian with English subtitles | 86 minutes
Director Edan Zeira in person for Q&A!
A documentary film crew embarks on a quest via trans-Siberian rail to find the legendary Mishka, who is said to have spent three years of his childhood hiding among wolves in the vast Belarus forests during World War II. On their journey, the team encounters people who seem to have materialized from the pages of Gogol and Dostoevsky’s Russia. A feature film that blends truth and fiction in thought-provoking ways.