Meduzot (Jellyfish) (2008)
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Critic Reviews for Meduzot (Jellyfish)
Jellyfish, with its pervasive sense of mysticism, is anything but standard, predictable storytelling. What is it exactly? Well, you might as well ask a jellyfish.
Thematically, it's extremely precise, and one of its most compelling themes is the failure, or uselessness, of language.
Audience Reviews for Meduzot (Jellyfish)
I agree with the positive remarks about this very good movie. Two things that lingered in my memory were: the under water scene where Batya was reaching out to the little girl and the haunting closing music.
A very fine film co-directed by one of Israel's most compellingly offbeat writers, Etgar Keret (whom I met once, actually). Despite a few clichés here and there, this is overall a quite enthralling work. And it's great to see veteran Israeli actors Assi Dayan and (especially welcome) Zaharira Harifai.
Enchanting and intriguing. The Israeli version of the converging story line executed quite effectively.
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