Mabul (film)

Promotional poster
Directed by Guy Nattiv
Produced by Daniel Baur
Antoine de Clermont-Tonnerre
Ina Fichman
Tami Leon
Elie Meirovitz
Chilik Michaeli
Avraham Pirchi
Oliver Simon
Written by Noa Berman-Herzberg
Guy Nattiv
Starring Ronit Elkabetz
Michael Moshonov
Tzahi Grad
Yoav Rotman
Music by Catherine Major
Cinematography Philippe Lavalette
Editing by Tali Helter-Shenkar
Studio EZ Films
K5 Film
United Channel Movies
Distributed by K5 International
Release date(s)
Running time 100 minutes
Country Israel
Language Hebrew

Mabul (also known as The Flood) is a 2011 Israeli drama film starring Ronit Elkabetz and directed by Guy Nattiv. It is a feature-length extension of a previous short film by Nattiv.

On July 26, 2010, it was nominated for several Ophir Awards, including Best Film and Best Actress (Elkabetz).[1] The film was shown at the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival in 2011.

Plot synopsis

Yoni's Bar Mitzvah approaches but his family continues to disintegrate as his parents prepare to separate. Things take a turn when Yoni's autistic older brother returns to the family home and challenges the family to reconcile and put an end to their dysfunctional ways in time for Yoni's Bar Mitzvah celebration.[2]


  • Ronit Elkabetz as Miri Roshko
  • Michael Moshonov as Tomer Roshko
  • Tzahi Grad as Gidi Roshko
  • Yoav Rotman as Yoni Roshko


External links

  • Internet Movie Database
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