Jellyfish (2007)

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Meduzot (the Hebrew word for Jellyfish) tells the story of three very different Israeli women living in Tel Aviv whose intersecting stories weave an unlikely portrait of modern Israeli life... See full summary »



  • Noa Raban in Jellyfish (2007)
  • Sarah Adler in Jellyfish (2007)
  • Sarah Adler in Jellyfish (2007)
  • Noa Raban in Jellyfish (2007)
  • Jellyfish (2007)
  • Sarah Adler and Nikol Leidman in Jellyfish (2007)

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2 July 2008 | Seamus2829
| Too Many Cooks (as well as plot lines) Screw Up The Falafel
As much as I have admired what films that Isreal has produced (at least what I have seen,so far), I figured, there's bound to be a least one clunker in the batch. I have to admit, Jellyfish (or as it is known in Isreal as Meduzot)suffers from one too many unresolved plot lines. One plot line is a young woman who finds a nameless young girl who follows her around after a day at the beach. Another is a pair of newlyweds who seem to have a rash of bad luck on their wedding day. There are at least a couple of other plot lines, that don't even attempt at any kind of cohesive whole. The acting seems to be on the mark, but I just couldn't find any kind of narrative thread to hold it all together. Hava Nagila, indeed.

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Release Date:

28 June 2007


Hebrew, English, Tagalog, German

Country of Origin

Israel, France

Filming Locations

Tel Aviv, Israel

Box Office


$1,800,000 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$25,352 6 April 2008

Gross USA:


Cumulative Worldwide Gross:


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