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Kosher Valley (1998)

What do you get when you cross a rabbi, a Mormon, and a group of cattle ranchers? This documentary depicts the unlikely business relationship between a community of Southern Colorado ranchers and a rabbi from Baltimore.

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What do you get when you cross a rabbi, a Mormon, and a group of cattle ranchers? Kosher Valley, a contemporary parable about the American Dream. This documentary depicts the unlikely business relationship between a community of Southern Colorado ranchers and a rabbi from Baltimore. Bonded by beef, the ranchers and the rabbi hire a slick Mormon business manager to help launch a kosher slaughterhouse and co-op. Initially this arrangement appears to be a match made in heaven-but major problems soon arise and director Chuck Davis's unobtrusive camera captures the dramatic real-life scenarios as they rapidly unravel. Examining everything from American economics to kosher philosophy, Kosher Valley is an unusually funny and universally relevant commentary on the possibilities of partnership. Written by National Center for Jewish Film

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