Keeping the Kibbutz

53min | 2011
Chronicling the changing kibbutz through the eyes of some of its most devoted members, Keeping the Kibbutz examines the challenges faced by a community in transition. While some members faced heartbreak, others found new opportunities, and the kibbutz marched toward an inevitable end. A story about nostalgia, the effects of communal living and the hope for what lies ahead, KEEPING THE KIBBUTZ captures the lingering ghost of a movement left behind.

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Topics: Movement, Family, Devotion, Members, Israel, Transition, Way Of Life, Modernity, Nostalgia, Change
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Donald Alexander
Donald Alexander
January 27, 2014
A
Anybody hoping to visit Israel may find this interesting . My family lived in Kibbutz when after the BIG WAR .
Vanessa McEnery
Vanessa McEnery
October 28, 2013
A-
Blaire Allison
Blaire Allison
September 2, 2013
depressing movie // depressing what's happened to the kibbutz
harry nitschke
harry nitschke
August 30, 2013
A+
Bernardo
Bernardo
August 25, 2013
A+
Csrslh Eaei
Csrslh Eaei
June 24, 2013
A+
Richie Strell
Richie Strell
September 13, 2012
Thank you for this chance to see Kfar Giladi again. 48 years ago I spent an amazing summer there. Although it appears it has changed... it still holds a special place in my heart. My relatives live there and also used to live there. The Callers left Kibbutz life in the late 60's. The Rabinovitch' remain. I miss them all.
Linda Alvarez
Linda Alvarez
June 21, 2012
Third time watching "Keeping The Kibbutz"....just love it! Things have changed way TOO much! very sad, too!
Curtis Overman
Curtis Overman
April 11, 2012
glad to see the appliation.