One Family is about the wildly divergent views on Israel that exist within Sari's own Jewish family. Part fiction and part documentary, it explores the meaning of home and attachment to place. The film begins with a scripted, fictionalized flashback to Sari’s start as a filmmaker: she is given a camera for her 13th birthday and begins to document her family, her home, and particularly her father, whose unconventional views on Israel are the inspiration for the story. As the years progress and Sari continues to film her world, we encounter relatives, neighbors and friends, whose beliefs on religion, Zionism, class and cultural affiliation inform her own questions about the nature of belonging.