The Israel Film Service Collection

A Rose in the Desert

20 Minutes, 1975
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Production:Zohar Arnon, Igal Efrati
Photographer: יורי גוליגורסקי
Original Music: Eli Reisman, Amos Ben Ari
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

The film A Rose in the Desert, produced by the Israeli Film Service, Tells the development of Moshav Nevatim which is located in the northern Negev The residents of the moshav, Jews from the Cochin region of India, talk about the branches of agriculture that sustain the moshav, including growing roses exported abroad, apricots, and olive trees Along with the success of settling in the desert area, the residents express their desire for cultural development and the opportunity that the young generation will be able to get involved, and will want to stay and live close to their families

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