Prisoners Of War

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The Tape - Uri and Nimrode search for the truth after receiving information from the daughter of Zineb, the garage owner - but neither is prepared for what they uncover. Meanwhile, Talia's life is in disarray after her son runs away, Iris tries to confess her true identity to Uri, and Nur...
S1 Ep9 47:47

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Awake at Night - Nimrode quits his job at the advertising agency, and his failure to inform Talia of his resignation causes a huge argument between them. Tensions were already at breaking point after he refused to attend a group counselling session she arranged. Meanwhile, Yael traces Ila...
S1 Ep8 49:04

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Family Portrait - Nimrode investigates the phone number his captors gave him, but as his mood grows increasingly violent, he starts to realise he needs professional help. His relationship with Talia also hits a new low. Meanwhile, Yael is unsure whether to go through with her plan to sell...
S1 Ep7 46:17

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A Picture From Hell - Nimrode questions Talia's faithfulness, and struggles to believe she did not see other men while he was in captivity. He is not happy at work either. He feels that he can do a lot more than he's doing, and complains to Ofer, who assures him it's just a matter of time...
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The Journal - When Nimrode and Talia are interviewed on a television show, Talia hears for the first time that Nimrode is going to start working for an advertising agency - and she's not happy. Later Talia meets her friend Shiri and confesses that she finds Nimrode's presence oppressive. ...
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