Tuesday, November 09, 2010

Movie Review: New Turkish Blockbuster Libels Israel

In one of the highest budget films ever made in Turkey (over 10 millions dollars), "Valley of the Wolves: Palestine," inspired by the May 31 Mavi Marmara Terror-flotilla ship, will hit theaters in November in about 100 countries around the world.

Movie Trailer: Subtitled into English

The childish plot depicts a "Delta-Squad" of elite Turkish commandos arriving in Israel to "take revenge" for the deaths of the Flotilla terrorists, killed by IDF soldiers. Their "target" is an eye-patched Israeli officer, Moshe Ben Eliezer, who "planned and managed the raid" of the Mavi Marmara. Of course, many people planned it, but why let facts get in the way of a pathetic Turkish film?

Further departing from reality, the movie shows scenes from aboard the Marmara, with IDF naval commandos firing automatic live gunfire at the helpless peace activists.

The film is one big libel scene from start to finish, and is typical of new winds of Jihad and anti-Zionism blowing through Turkey.

With friends like Turkey, who needs Hamas?

This film rates zero cups of Turkish Coffee, on the Muqata Film Scale.

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yaak said...

And of course this will be a hit at foreign film festivals.

Well, if they want to make more money, maybe they should have budgeted for an alternate ending where Erdogan grovels to Netanyahu, begging for forgiveness. I'd pay double the ticket price to see that film!

Cosmic X said...

The Turks can go to... never mind.

OT - Check out the latest at CX:

The Awesome Rabbi Shmeul Eliyahu Interview - in English!

Morey Altman said...

I have only one response.

yoni r. said...

They're just riding the Harry-Potter-inspired wave of fantasy films.

Search the Muqata


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