FLOOD

German Age Rating

In a hot and humid summer in Haifa, 17-year-old Osher takes her mother to a shelter for battered women. When she returns home, she has to face a new reality. Her older brother, Avi, is torn between his sister and their violent father. Each room that Osher passes through reveals another side of her personality. By the end of the day, she will have to choose between her love for her father and her own freedom.



  • Duration: 24 Min.

  • Film School: MFA, Minshar School for Art Tel Aviv

Also in this Program:
A WALK
ATTACHED
CLIMATE CLIPS: OUT OF SIGHT
CLIMATE CLIPS: THE MEETING
CLIMATE CLIPS: DAS EIS SCHMILZT
UNSPOKEN WAR

tags: Family, Society, Violence, Feature Film

Cast: Zohar Strauss, Raya Ischakov, Shefi Marziano, Omri Meshulam, Tal Shayat

Credits

Screenplay: Oshri Zeituni

Director of Photography: Zamir Nega

Film Editor: Rotem Most

Composer: Assaf Amdursky, Stella Gotshtein

Sound: Shelly Bar On

Producer: Or Elsaesser

Director: Oshri Zeituni

biography

Oshri Zeituni was born in Tel Aviv in 1990. She is studying directing at the Minshar School of Art in Tel Aviv. Her documentary short SWIMMING AGAINST THE CURRENT (2007) won the Haifa Mayor Prize for best film. AFTER HE LOVED (2017) was shown at festivals in New Jersey and Cyprus. FLOOD (2018) had its premiere at the Haifa Film Festival.

Screenings

Wednesday, 11/21/2018, 5:00 PM (79 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Friday, 11/23/2018, 10:00 PM (79 Min.)
Filmmuseum