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Valley of the Wolves: Palestine (2011)

Kurtlar Vadisi: Filistin (original title)
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Polat Alemdar and his crew is in Palestine and fight against Israel special agents.

Director:

Zübeyr Sasmaz

Writers:

Raci Sasmaz (screenplay), Bahadir Özdener (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Necati Sasmaz ... Polat Alemdar
Gürkan Uygun ... Memati Bas
Kenan Çoban ... Abdülhey Çoban
Nur Fettahoglu ... Simone Levy (as Nur Aysan)
Erdal Besikçioglu ... Mosche Ben Eliezer
Erkan Sever Erkan Sever ... Abdullah
Mustafa Yasar Mustafa Yasar ... Avi
Ayten Uncuoglu Ayten Uncuoglu ... Abdullah's Mother
Umut Karadag Umut Karadag ... Mosche's Henchman
Zafer Diper Zafer Diper ... Arms Dealer
Linda Candir Linda Candir ... Abdullah's Wife
Tugçe Tanis Tugçe Tanis ... Abdullah's Sister
Hüseyin Yalçin Hüseyin Yalçin ... Sheikh
Harun Aykut Harun Aykut ... Ahmet
Akil Yildirim Akil Yildirim ... Leader of Mavi Marmara
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Storyline

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

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Genres:

Action | Adventure | Drama | War

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Trivia

This movie was initially banned in Germany over fears about the film's anti-Semitic content, although it was eventually decided that the film could be made available to those over the age of eighteen. See more »

Goofs

Moshe was shot in the eye. At the range he is depicted as being shot from, the bullet should have penetrated. See more »

Quotes

Polat Alemdar: I didn't come to Israel, I came to Palestine.
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Connections

Follows Valley of the Wolves Gladio (2009) See more »

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Better than "Valley of the Wolves:iraq"
28 February 2011 | by bulentkomSee all my reviews

Just watched the movie, not perfect acting but,tells the truth. I have been watching Valley of the Wolves series ever since it was first shown on T.V. I like it as a T.V. show. It mirrors the facts about the events both happened and likely to happen in Turkey.When i first heard the news about the raid on Mavi Marmara, I knew that someone would make a movie on it. This one came fast.

Most of the people would think that the script is prejudiced, anti-semitic and full of violence. They may be right depending on what they see on T.V. If they follow the Pro-Israeli media,Surely they will think that this movie is based on bias.However, No one can change the truth.We all know in heart that Israelis turn to violence at the slightest movement of the Palestinian.And when they mean it , they mean it.The whole world plays the three monkeys during the atrocities. I think, the movie has been made to cry out this injustice in Palestine rather than to bring Mavi Marmara raid front.

In brief, bad acting, ordinary story but Whole lot of Truth.


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Official Sites:

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Country:

Turkey

Language:

Hebrew | Turkish | Arabic

Release Date:

28 January 2011 (Turkey) See more »

Also Known As:

Valley of the Wolves: Palestine See more »

Filming Locations:

Palestine

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Box Office

Budget:

$10,000,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$12,732,423
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