Release dateOctober 30, 1998 (1998-10-30) WriterCharles Lambert (play), Charles Lambert (screenplay), Matthew Read (screenplay) ScreenplayMatthew Read, Charles Lambert CastJames Layton (Gabriel), Lee Williams (Seth), Rita Davies (Fanny), Rita Davies (Doreen), Margaret Towner (Mrs. Drax), Kevin Moore (The Priest) Similar moviesSexual Chronicles of a French Family, Saved!, Beautiful Thing, Just a Question of Love, Mambo Italiano, Steam: The Turkish Bath
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The Wolves of Kromer is a 1998 gay-themed, allegorical dark fantasy film based on a play of the same name by Charles Lambert.
The story has two interacting plot lines, both taking place in the fictional English village of Kromer. The main plot is a love story between two young men. The more experienced Gabriel (James Layton) guides the more innocent and idealistic Seth (Lee Williams) as the younger man comes to terms with his "wolf" nature. The two try to find a life together as outcasts from the village (for being wolves) and not fitting in with the hedonistic young wolves of the pack (as a committed couple). In the second plotline, an elderly woman's servants murder her for her money and blame it on the wolves, leading to anti-wolf hysteria led by the hypocritical local priest.
The film debuted at the San Francisco International Lesbian & Gay Film Festival in 1998 but was released in theaters in December 2000.