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Stalin’s Disciples

Directed by: Nadav Levitan
95 Minutes, 1987

The death of Joseph Stalin in the 1950s leads to an ideological crisis on a kibbutz that identifies with communist principles. The blind faith of three elderly shoemakers, who previously abused a young boy daring to criticize Stalin, begins to disintegrate when they learn of the Soviet leader’s crimes and the manifest antisemitism on display at the Prague Trials. 


Director: Nadav Levitan

Producer: Doron Eran

Original Music: Chava Alberstein

Cinematography: Gadi Danzig

Film Editing: Shimon Tamir

first assistant director: Haim Mecklberg

Still photographer: Nickol De-Castro

gaffer: Mikey Inbari