Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)

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Polat Alemdar and his crew is in Palestine and fight against Israel special agents.




  • Erdal Besikçioglu in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)
  • Necati Sasmaz in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)
  • Gürkan Uygun in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)
  • Necati Sasmaz and Nur Fettahoglu in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)
  • Kenan Çoban in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)
  • Erdal Besikçioglu in Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)

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30 May 2011 | AlexanderExtazy
Another terrible antisemeitic movie
The first 5 minutes of the movie wasn't bad... then as soon as I saw 3 goofballs walking around the streets of Jerusalem wanting to appear like mafiosi, my worst nightmare has come to reality: Another Turkish dream made semi-real on television. Definitely not worth watching; this movie makes Steven Segal seem like god of action movies. Firstly, 100% of all Jewish characters in the movie (and not 0.1% under) appear as evil, cruel, and inhuman. The director must have put those "touching" scenes on purple to make viewers have sympathy on the villagers and Palestinians. The entire point of this movie is to make the Jews appear as the villains; maybe the director needs a history lesson. Secondly, let's just imagine for a second that humans can fly and these events in the movie were true... a little reality please? 3 guys (not to mention they look moreorless like traffic cops) managed to take over the streets of Israel and literally bombard their way in Mossad headquarters: very pathetic. A lot more effort on that behalf is still not enough to cover the ridiculousness. Thirdly, and this relates closely to my second point: Israeli soldiers (IDF) are the most skilled militiamen in the world. A couple hundred of them managed to get killed by 3 cops from a 3rd world country, and not to mention one of them is shot in the leg, and in the arm by a lethal bullet specifically designed with chemicals inside. The Moshe character was supposed to be killed the instant the chemical got in his eye.

I can say a fourth, fifth, a sixth and even a seventh note and possibly more regarding this movie, but why bother waste my time and yours. Concluding my summary, I somehow found this to be more of a comedy than drama. Let the Turks enjoy their dreams, we expect many more to come on television, and I look forward for another one of them Turkic comedies!

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Release Date:

28 January 2011


Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic

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$10,000,000 (estimated)

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