Kurtlar Vadisi: Filistin

Kurtlar Vadisi: Filistin

  • Director: Zübeyr Sasmaz
  • Writer: Raci Sasmaz,Bahadir Özdener,Cüneyt Aysan
  • Countries of origin: Turkey
  • Language: Hebrew, Turkish, Arabic
  • Release date: January 28, 2011
  • Runtime: 1 hour 45 minutes
  • Also known as: Valley of the Wolves: Palestine
  • Based on the TV series of the same name, this action film that highlights the suffering of the people of the State of Palestine tells the story of the protagonist and his partners as secret Turkish spies who embark on a path of revenge against Israeli soldiers who seek to authorize an attack to rescue them. the Israeli commander of the ship and assassinated him.

    Details

    • Release date January 28, 2011
    • Filming locations Palestine
    • Production companies Pana Film

    Box office

    Budget

    $10,000,000 (estimated)

    Gross worldwide

    $12,732,423

    Movie reviews

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    • By Pink 2022-12-06 13:34:25

      Here's what's on Wikipedia

      The massacre in the village of Deir Yassin took place on April 9, 1948. About 120 fighters from the Zionist right-wing terrorist groups Irgun and Lehi at the time invaded the village of Deir Yassin near Jerusalem.
      The massacre is a key event in the Arab-Israeli conflict. The Haganah, the largest Jewish armed group at the time, condemned the attack. The Jewish Affairs Bureau sent a letter of apology to King Abdullah I of Jordan, which was rejected. The massacre strengthened the...

    • By Lola 2022-09-08 09:57:45

      valley of the wolves in palestine

      With the help of Palestinians, several Turkish agents turned East Jerusalem upside down, organized a riot and killed the leader of the Israeli military and police they wanted to kill.

      I really don't know how to describe the plot of this film. It's as simple as watching 5 minutes to know the ending. Although it partly reflects the Israeli-Palestinian conflict that is taking place in Palestine today, the Turks' overly obscene storytelling makes this film less viewable. Israeli...

    • By Janiya 2022-08-21 17:06:25

      Review the Valley of the Wolf of Palestine - Review as you watch

      The scenes of ethnic conflict are still very successful in depicting the Palestinians' resistance to the Israelites' barbaric nation's pathos,
      but as an action movie, it's really ordinary. It's like a muddy pinch, it gives the characters a simple mind, the revenge action is very random, and it doesn't highlight the feeling that they were trained in Turkey. The
      gun battle scene is very real. There are all kinds of light and heavy weapons
      . The common problems of action movies...

    • By Ransom 2022-07-18 22:27:16

      12 minutes of panic and thunder!

          ...the guards interrogate...the conversation for no reason...in fact, it's just trying to hold a gun battle...however, when the male protagonist makes a move, he actually hits a set of Wing Chun fast boxing...then grabs the gun and kills the gun-wielding gun a hundred steps away. Guards... After a few seconds of gunfight, the soldiers around the armored vehicle were instantly overwhelmed... The male protagonist, along with two bodyguards, along with a female protagonist, fled all the...

    • By Quinn 2022-07-18 21:43:51

      After reading a few reviews of this movie, let me answer your doubts in two sentences, and by the way, popularize historical knowledge

      Some people say that this is a movie of Turks helping their Arab colleagues....

      Just kidding, can you tell the difference between Turks and Arabs? Historically, Turks and Arabs have sometimes had a feuding relationship.

      Speaking of history, Israel itself is a ridiculous man-made state. In 1940, there were only a small number of Jews in Palestine, basically submerged in the sea of ​​Palestinians, only in a few settlements in Haifa. After World War II, the British supported...

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    • By Keyon 2023-02-04 09:52:59

      Although Turkey's Wing Chun is good, the problem is that no one on that boat...

    • By Pedro 2023-02-03 10:25:07

      Well, there is no movie, I can only use this to make up the count. I watched the movie version of this TV series and I was speechless. It’s really just getting started. It’s all a gunfight. The protagonist of the game, the giant cow, said that the giant is invincible! ! ! ! ! ! You can also Wing Chun with other people's bullets, guns, and headshots. Besides that area, Jews, just...

    • By Brandt 2022-12-11 02:21:27

      I am obsessed with what kind of ritual performance should be in the Muslim-colored...

    • By Rahul 2022-11-04 03:50:08

      Is this for the Palestinians? Pure anti-Israel heroism, those four death squad members are about to catch up with Superman, and they can pack up an army. No depth, just a simple...

    • By Mona 2022-10-20 15:28:38

      The joke is not nonsense, and the adaptation is not random. Promoting hatred, changing the plot, vilifying opponents, and highlighting personal heroism, Turkey's war movies are really...

    Movie plot

    Based on the TV series of the same name, this action film that highlights the suffering of the people of the State of Palestine tells the story of the protagonist and his partners as secret Turkish spies who embark on a path of revenge against Israeli soldiers who seek to authorize an attack to rescue them. the Israeli commander of the ship and assassinated him. 
    Polat Alemdar and his men comprise a Turkish commando team are going to...
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    Movie quotes

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