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Valley of the Wolves: Homeland

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Valley of the Wolves: Homeland
Valley of the Wolves Homeland film poster.jpg
Movie poster
Directed bySerdar Akar
Starring
  • Necati Şaşmaz
  • Ertuğrul Şakar
  • Sinem Uslu
  • Cahit Kayaoğlu
  • Nezih Işıtan
  • Erhan Ufak
Country of originTurkey
Original language(s)Turkish
Production
Running time105 minutes
Production company(s)Pana Film
Release
Original release
  • September 29, 2017 (2017-09-29)

Valley of the Wolves: Homeland (Turkish: Kurtlar Vadisi Vatan) is a film of the Turkish TV serial media franchise Valley of the Wolves. The story is about the Turkish coup d'état attempt.[1]

Synopsis

During an operation in Iraq Polat Alemdar and his team received map of Turkey. The map of Turkey is marked with several key points and strategic places like military bases and special operations centers, but also border town of Yalavuz, near Syria. Enemies who have been waiting for a long time to occupy the land of Turks stand with a large army at the border and wait for the coup's message. Polat Alemdar and his team will fight with the Turkish nation against the enemies in and outside the country.

Cast

  • Necati Sasmaz as Polat Alemdar
  • Erhan Ufak as Erhan
  • Ertugrul Sakar as Yasin
  • Cahit Kayaoglu as Cahit
  • Nezih Isitan as Dave
  • Sinem Öztürk as Tegmen Deniz Öztürk
  • Tuncay Beyazit as Muhtar
  • Zumre Erturk as Teacher
  • Iskender Altin as Soros
  • Yücel Erten as Muhterem
  • Senol Ipek as Ömer
  • Özcan Özdemir as Soldier
  • Esra Isgüzar as Seher Nurse

Sources

  1. ^ France-Presse, Agence (2016-08-17). "Turkish film and TV franchise to make action film about failed coup". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved 2017-10-28.

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