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The acting is stunning: everyone has moments, some quiet, some jaw-dropping, where you realise just how damaged and messed up their characters are.
It smolders rather than burns; less of a thriller, more of a thoughtful, psychological thriller -- without the sniping and bombs
Prisoners of War is a step around the tumult of politics, and a vivid glimpse of contemporary Israeli society.
It is a slower, darker, deeper beast, so far concerned above all with its characters' emotional predicaments, and full of lingering, pregnant shots of their faces as they try to come to terms with their lives being turned inside-out all over again.
The Israeli show has political-thriller elements, but it's really an ensemble drama in which the cloak-and-dagger side is secondary to a naturalistic study of the effects of torture, absence and return on ordinary men and their families.
Audience Reviews for Prisoners of War: Season 1
Apr 12, 2019Brilliant. What a cast and the story is raw and dramatic