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Cincinnati Jewish and Israeli Film Festival: The Flood

Kyle Pope
7:30 p.m. , Thursday February 21 | Festival Pass: $65 J members, $75 public
2011 Drama, 101 minutes. Guy Nattiv. Israel. Hebrew with English Subtitles.

Film Description: Everything is complicated in Yoni's life. Almost 13 and preparing for his Bar Mitzvah, his dysfunctional, older brother with autism, and school bullies threaten to disrupt his life at every turn. *Accompanying short: "Starring David"

Awards: Best Film, Haifa Film Festival, Best Supporting Actor, Israeli Academy Awards, Honorary Mention, Berlin Film Festival. 

Located: Kenwood Theatre, 7815 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45236.


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