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Valley of Tears

  • 2020
  • Season 1
  • 10 episodes
  • Drama
  • War
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Episode 7: Night at the Bunker

Summary

At base, Avinoam faces questions from military police, who seem more concerned about the abandoned Hermon facility than rescuing Yoav. Trapped in a hilltop bunker as the Syrian army closes in, the 87th must decide who will make a crucial sacrifice. Nearby, Meni attempts to convince a tank crew to help him reach his son. With Shahar Taboch and Lior Ashkenazi. In Hebrew and English

Review

You may want to adjust your TV’s picture settings to make sense of the first episode in tonight’s double bill: much of it unfolds in semi-darkness, with each character begrimed and wearing a helmet.

The tale of bedraggled soldiers caught up in the Yom Kippur War of 1973 has reached the night of the second day, with members of the tank unit we have been following now cut off, hiding in a bunker as the Syrian army closes in.

It’s a hellish scenario, and this series is good at evoking hell: the medical tent where Avinoam finds himself is almost worse. Amid the screams, all he can think of is Yoav, the officer who protected him, whom he left behind, wounded and alone.

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Avinoam ShapiraShahar Taboch
Meni Ben-DrorLior Ashkenazi
Yoav MazuzAviv Alush
Yoni Ben-DrorLee Biran
Lieu Dafna HirshbergJoy Rieger

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DirectorYaron Zilberman

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  • Episode 7

    Night at the Bunker

    Summary

    At base, Avinoam faces questions from military police, who seem more concerned about the abandoned Hermon facility than rescuing Yoav. Trapped in a hilltop bunker as the Syrian army closes in, the 87th must decide who will make a crucial sacrifice. Nearby, Meni attempts to convince a tank crew to help him reach his son. With Shahar Taboch and Lior Ashkenazi. In Hebrew and English

    Review

    You may want to adjust your TV’s picture settings to make sense of the first episode in tonight’s double bill: much of it unfolds in semi-darkness, with each character begrimed and wearing a helmet.

    The tale of bedraggled soldiers caught up in the Yom Kippur War of 1973 has reached the night of the second day, with members of the tank unit we have been following now cut off, hiding in a bunker as the Syrian army closes in.

    It’s a hellish scenario, and this series is good at evoking hell: the medical tent where Avinoam finds himself is almost worse. Amid the screams, all he can think of is Yoav, the officer who protected him, whom he left behind, wounded and alone.

    How to watch

    Next showing

    There are no live broadcasts scheduled for this show. But it is available via the streaming providers below.

    Streaming

    We may earn commission from links on this page. Our editorial is always independent (learn more)

    Details

    Languages
    Formats
    Colour

    Credits

    Cast

    rolename
    Avinoam ShapiraShahar Taboch
    Meni Ben-DrorLior Ashkenazi
    Yoav MazuzAviv Alush
    Yoni Ben-DrorLee Biran
    Lieu Dafna HirshbergJoy Rieger

    Crew

    rolename
    DirectorYaron Zilberman
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