Night Swimming in the Jordan
1983. A kibbutz on the bank of the river Jordan. After a fateful protest march and on the eve of her wedding, a young woman leaves for England, never to return.
Decades later, her daughter begins to uncover the devastating reality of her mother's childhood in a social experiment that discarded family life in favour of the collective, but can the truth ever be recovered?
Spanning the years from 1967 to 2010, Night Swimming in the Jordan dives into what it means to grow up in someone else's utopia, where the threat of war is ever present and relationships are coloured by ideology.
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