Because the Day Is Coming

22 Minutes, 1954
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Directed by: Yehuda Tremo
Production:Zeev Havatzelet
Production Company:Hevrat Pamim
Photographer: Fred Csasznik
Original Music: Uri Givon
Narrator: Misha Asherov
Language: Hebrew
Subtitles: English, Hebrew

The film Because The day is Coming, produced by the Peamim company, tells the story of the establishment of Kibbutz Amir The kibbutz, which was one of the last kibbutzim within a wall and tower, was established on the shores of Lake Hula and most of its members contracted malaria due to the many swamps and mosquitoes that infested the area Due to the difficult living conditions, the kibbutz children were separated from their parents and lived in Kibbutz Kfar Giladi The announcer, Misha Asherov, tells the story of the kibbutz and the recommendation of Professor Israel Yaakov Kligler not to establish the kibbutz in this area because it is a safe death zone Despite Professor Kliglers warnings, the kibbutz members decide to continue the establishment of the kibbutz and receive motherly help and care from Professor Gideon Mar Despite the many difficulties, the kibbutz members succeed in their mission They dry up the swamps, survive the fever, unite with their children, and survive the attacks of the Syrian enemy in the various wars

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