The film, which was released nationwide on January 28, 2011, was the most expensive Turkish film of all time.
Valley of the Wolves: Palestine criticized for being anti-Israel and provocative.
After the Palestinians tried to break the Israeli blockade on the Gaza Strip to bring humanitarian aid and construction materials, the Israeli army is on board. Some workers resist fiercely and are killed by Israeli soldiers. A Turkish commando team led by Polat Alamdar (Niketi Shazaz) travels to the West Bank, where they meet with Israeli military personnel in an attempt to track down and eliminate an Israeli general, Ben Ben Eliezer (Ardal Bequiello). Campaigned against For flotilla raids. Polat manages to injure Moshe, who immediately leaves with an eye patch. When he learned that Turkish commandos had won the support of Palestinian Abdullah, Moshe arrested Abdullah’s family and bulldozed their home, which included Abdullah’s son, Ahmet. After a fierce civil war, Polat killed Moshe.
Nikita sasmaz… Polat Alamdar
Noor Fitahuhalo… Simon Levy (as Noor Ian)
Ardal Baiquillo “Moe” Ben Eliezer
Gravedigger Eugene “Memti Ba”
Canon Oban… Abdelhi Oban
The release of the film was announced just days after the Israeli attack on the Gaza Flotilla, and according to Amira Giller, writing in the Hurriyat Daily News, the name of the film was enough to buy tickets for millions of people. However, due to technical issues, the release of the film was postponed till January 28, 2011.
The film premiered on January 26, 2011 at a special gala screening and on January 27, 2011 at a press screening at a shopping mall in Istanbul’s Nenta, where director Zebar Sham criticized his film’s criticism of making money by exploiting Palestine and Islam. That’s how it was defended. Feelings.   
The film eventually received 18 certificates from the FSK in Germany because of its initial concerns about the film’s anti-Israel and anti-US views and its scheduled release on January 27, 2011 (International Holocaust Remembrance Day). Anti-propaganda Jewish organizations, as well as Turkish politicians, opposed the film, and some sought to ban it.
The film debuted on January 28, 2011 at 364 screens nationwide, 36.0 screens in Turkey at the national box office number 1.8, grossing a total of US 3 3,830,431 in the first week of the week. ?