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Is this the best casting you could think of? Rotem Sela, a policewoman, and Nasrin Kadri, a terrorist's wife? | Israel today

2022-05-15T05:31:26.157Z

The "Jerusalem" series, which aired on HOT, deals with more relevant issues than ever, but it is captivated by the banality of police series



The advantage of the intense action series "Jerusalem", which aired on HOT, is the same status quo that always leaves the city in the headlines.

Almost any scene may occur right now;

Apparently, the conduct of the police at the Al-Jazeera press funeral immediately corresponds with the funeral in the third chapter, while a subplot about Jews trying to sacrifice Capricorn on the Temple Mount throws us back a month - to an event that almost happened in reality.

Although it can captivate, "Jerusalem" - which follows police activity in the Old City over several tense days - is captivated by the banality of police series.

The dialogues are unreliable and empty, it has long or unnecessary scenes, and the most used casting on the market - Rotem Sela as a police officer who sanctifies the investigation of the truth;

Doron Ben-David as a rude and corrupt policeman, a tormented alcoholic and a failed family man;

Zvika Hadar as the station commander who strives to preserve the status quo and sips Actimel bottles;

Makram Khuri embodies a balanced Arab;

Hisham Suleiman and Ala Daka are terrorists again;

Nasreen Kadri was cast as the wife of a terrorist, and so on.

Just as most of the characters in "Jerusalem" will do everything to preserve the status quo between the religions that prevail in the city, so does the series itself.

She maintains a status quo of banality, shoots everyone and hides behind a shelter.

"Jerusalem" is neither a dizzying success nor a failure.

This is how it is with the status quo.

"Jerusalem", HOT VOD and NEXT TV

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Source: israelhayom

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