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Rabin, The Last Day

Amos gitai



November 4th, 1995. Yitzhak Rabin, Israeli Prime Minister, the man of Oslo Accords and Nobel Peace Prize, is murdered on the square of Kings of Israel in Tel Aviv after a long speech against the violence and for the peace. His murderer: an extreme right-wing religious Jewish student. Twenty years later, the film-maker Amos Gitaï returns on this event traumatizing with a new lighting. Replacing the murder in its political and societal context, the last day of Yitzhak Rabin mixes fictitious reconstructions and archives images to offer a real political thriller.


Les films du Worso, LGM Cinéma, Les films du Worso, Agav Films, Hamon HafaKot, France 2 Cinéma, Orange Studio

Financial Partners

France Télévisions, Canal+, United King Films, Rabinovich Foundation for the Arts - Cinema Project, Leon Recanati Foundation, Cultural Administration, Israel Ministry of Culture and Sport, Israel Film Council


Amos Gitaï et Marie-José Sanselme


Yitzhak Hiskiya, Pini Mittelman, Tomer Sisley, Michael Warshaviak, Einat Weizman



International Sales

Sophie Dulac Distribution

Festivals and rewards

  • Munich International Film Festival

  • Istanbul Film Festival

  • Jeonju International Film Festival

  • Hong Kong International Film Festival

  • Rio de Janeiro International Film Festival

  • TIFF

  • Venice, International Film Festival