Eight years on, a new evil rises from where the Batman and Commissioner Gordon tried to bury it, causing the Batman to resurface and fight to protect Gotham City... the very city which brands him an enemy.
Due to a political conspiracy an innocent man is sent to death row and his only hope is his brother who makes it his mission to deliberately get himself sent to the same prison in order to break the both of them out from the inside out.
On the tombstone on the Cakir family, Süleyman Cakir's year of birth is written as 1964, his sister Derya's as 1974, and his mother's as 1951. According to this, his mother gave birth to him at the age of 13. Also, in a flashback scene of the Cakir siblings selling steamed rice and chickpeas on the street, Süleyman and Derya Cakir are both little kids. Having an age difference of 10 years, one must be at least a teenager when the other is a little kid. See more »
The "so called" truths about state and mafia relation
"Kurtlar Vadisi" - "Valley of the Wolves" was the most spectacular TV series production of 2004 in Turkish telly, by Show TV.
It is about a giant mafia organization and a secret agent who's actual face changed by operation, probably inspired from the movie Face/Off(1997). Since the producers claim that the story contains mafia government relations and unspeakable truths, with strange incidents and extreme characters, this scenario is far away from reality.
In the "Valley of the Wolves" we face with a Turkish mafia group that is strongly established with a hierarchy that starts at bloody streets and ends up at the effective "Council", the brain of mafia organization. While the "Council" is working to takeover the control of the country and region, on the other hand, another secret organization tries to protect the country and regime.
Ali Candan, a special secret agent has an operation to become Polat Alemdar, who joined the mafia group with his new face and new identity. As "Can" Polat rises in the mafia organization, the story gets more complex and exciting.
Beside the great soundtrack, "Kurtlar Vadisi" draws attention with interesting characters, funny quotes, events, flashbacks and some comments about the important events happening in Turkey and across the world.
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