Iskender Büyük is accused of treachery and coup, and standing trial at constitutional court. This story about "GLADIO Organization" is being told from point of view of a deceived insider, and an ex-Special Forces Lt. Iskender Büyük.
A continuation series of Osman Sinav's The Wolves Of The Valley. This produce focuses on politics, National Security and Regional Middle East problems. The Wolves of The Valley: Ambush ... See full summary »
Polat Alemdar and his friends continue to struggle, in the last two seasons against MAFIA, but in this season against the terrorists organizations, in a particular PKK, Kurdish organization... See full summary »
Yusuf Miroglu and his fiancee Zeynep goes to Diyarbakir to attend at the wedding of Cemal, who is his close friend from military service. Cemal gets killed by mysterious assassination ... See full summary »
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After the death of his father Murat II, Mehmet II ascends to the Ottoman throne. After braving internal and external enemies, he decides to complete what he was destined to do - conquer Constantinople.
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When the protagonists assault a prison, Polat Alemdar fires several rounds from a Merkava tank's main cannon. He also moves the tank, but it is not possible to drive a Merkava tank from the turret position. See more »
"Valley of the Wolves- Palestine" is a reasonably well-made action movie, every good if we are to take into account that it is a Turkish production, and not a very expensive one.
The film is action-packed, and is very similar to American action movies with all the necessary ingredients, that is, one or more invincible good guys and one or more demon-like bad guys, who are, of course, very predictable and ask the bad guys just the right, predictable questions (why did you come to Israel?) to receive a well phrased, predictable answers (I didn't come to Israel, I came to Palestine.) the plot is not too realistic- with all due respect to the heroic Turkish commando, I doubt they could land in Israel unspotted, let alone slaughter half of the Israeli army. As for the Marmara scenes, having watched the actual videos of the incident, I can say that the film overdid it just a bit.
To sum it up, the film is pretty entertaining if you live somewhere on the North Pole , don't have a clue what's going on in the Middle East and not aware of the balance of powers of the main political entities in the film.
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