Towards the end of “The Hour of the Wolf”, we see Johan remember his encounter with yet another demon. Alma seems shocked after hearing about Johan’s encounter with the boy and the resulting murder. The scene begins with Alma and Johan sitting in a dark room during the hour of the wolf. Johan asks Alma if she recalls the snake bite he had and quickly transitions into his narrative. Johan is fishing at the beach near a cliff, when we see the little boy oddly sitting in the background, staring at Johan. Johan seems disturbed but ignores the boy’s presence as first. The boy then moves and lays on a nearby rock, at which point Johan realizes the boy is demon representing homosexuality. At this point, Johan approaches the boy and begins to struggle with him while the boy bites him repeatedly. Johan then uses a rock to kill the boy, and tosses him into the ocean with no remorse. I thought it was interesting that the director combined the innocence of a child with homosexuality to represent this “demon” and provoke Johan’s actions. Though this scene was odd, I thought its inclusion may have revealed thoughts about homosexuality during the late 1960s.