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Part 3: Inventing Our Life examines the kibbutz movement at 100 years old, facing a rocky past and a promising future

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The documentary Inventing Our Life: The Kibbutz Experiment looks at the kibbutz movement at 100. In Tablet Magazine’s third installment of the work in progress, filmmaker Toby Perl Freilich looks at joys and heartbreaks of growing up in a kibbutz.

SEE PART 1: Toby Perl Freilich introduces Inventing Our Life
SEE PART 2: The birth of kibbutzim and their service to the nascent Jewish state

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I so look forward to seeing more of this examination of the kibbutz movement. I lived on a kibbutz for a time in 1966- and especially this episode about child care is thoughtfully expressed- and I am grateful to all who are helping make this film.

I’ve always found the kibbutz movement very interesting. Intentional communities are such a fascinating dynamic. I’ve read in the past that the kibbutz movement had trouble in carrying on to the second generation. Is that true?

victor treschan says:

It would be very interesting if the people who speak in the education segment would say if they are stll living in a kibbutz.My assumption is that many of them left the ¨Paradise¨.

If pride were an art, how many doctors we should have. – Italian Proverb

Sex retailers of yesteryear have established their repute of getting dismal and dirty. What with their frosted glass windows hiding a dim and smelly interior filled with a great deal of hardcore porn. The sleazy men likely in were of a questionable status. No woman with a shred of self-respect would at any time be caught in these an institution.

You Must Be Dumb If you think that Demi Lovato is beautiful, she needs to lose some weight :/

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Part 3: Inventing Our Life examines the kibbutz movement at 100 years old, facing a rocky past and a promising future

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