| Features interviews with several Old-Order Amish in a southeastern Pennsylvania farming community in an effort to explain to non-Amish people how members of their sect think, feel, and live. A watchmaker, a farmer and his two sons, and a quilt-making housewife and her daughter discuss the traditions and principles of Amish life as taught in Scripture. Aspects of education, farming, dress, the impact of tourism, beliefs in conflict among the adults, and occasional wayward behavior among the youths are presented. Produced by Karyl-Lynn Zietz.
Not available in Lancaster, Chester, York, Dauphin, Lebanon, or Berk Counties, PA|