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Prisoners of War
Also known as'Hatufim'
Created byGideon Raff
Written byGideon Raff
Directed byGideon Raff
  • Yoram Toledano [he]
Country of originIsrael
Original language(s)Hebrew, Arabic
No. of seasons2
No. of episodes24
Executive producer(s)
Producer(s)Liat Benasuly
CinematographyItai Ne'eman
Running time45–60 minutes
Production company(s)Keshet Media Group
Original networkChannel 2
Original release6 March 2010 –
25 December 2012
Related showsHomeland
P.O.W. - Bandi Yuddh Ke
External links
Website (Hebrew)

Prisoners of War (original title in Hebrew: חטופיםTranslit.:Hatufim, KhatufimTranslated: 'Abductees') is an Israeli televisiondrama series made by Keshet and originally aired on Israel's Channel 2 from March to May 2010. A second season aired in Israel from October to December 2012. The series was created by Israeli director, screenwriter and producer Gideon Raff. In 2010 it won the Israeli Academy Award for Television for Best Drama Series. In 2013, Raff stated that a third season was planned,[1] but restated in 2015 that a third season did not look likely.[2]

The programme was acquired by 20th Century Fox Television before it aired in Israel, and was adapted into the seven seasons and 84 episodes (as of April 2018) of the acclaimed series Homeland for Showtime in the United States. An 8th season is confirmed, and due to be released in 2019. In India it was officially adapted as finite 110 episode television series P.O.W. - Bandi Yuddh Ke[3][4] by Nikhil Advani in 2016 and 2017 with Hatufim creator Gideon Raff consulting for the series.[5][6]

  • 1Plot
  • 2Cast and characters
  • 5Episodes
  • 7Broadcast


The series, set in 2008, depicts three Israeli soldiers who were captured 17 years previously while on a secret mission with their unit in Lebanon.

Season 1[edit]

The story begins with the soldiers' return home after years of negotiations for their freedom. Nimrod Klein and Uri Zach return alive, along with the remains of Amiel Ben-Horin.

The series explores the reintegration of Nimrod and Uri into a society which has made them national icons, and into an interrupted family life, while working through the trauma of having been held captive and tortured. They must deal with partners who waited or moved on, children who have grown up without them, and parents who have died.

They also have to undergo psychiatric evaluations and military debriefings. When a military psychiatrist finds discrepancies in their stories, an investigation is launched to discover what they are hiding.[7][8]

Season 2[edit]

After flashbacks to events at a school in Metula in 1990, and to the period shortly after Nimrod and Uri's release, the second season rejoins the story a few days after the events at the end of the first season.

Initially disagreeing on what to do with their discovery that Amiel may still be alive, Nimrod and Uri take the information to Haim and Iris, who start to pursue their own (unofficial) investigation into what happened to Amiel - with unanticipated consequences.

Alongside this, the series continues to follow Nimrod and Uri (and the soldiers' families) as they pick up the pieces of their lives post-release. It also depicts Amiel for the first time as a living character - rather than in the visions experienced by Amiel's younger sister, Yael - and follows his new life as Yusuf, a Muslim, in Syria.

Cast and characters[edit]

Season 1[edit]

  • Yoram Toledano [he] as Nimrod Klein, a prisoner of war, and a brave, witty and intelligent man. He has difficulty readjusting to life with his wife and two children.
    • Yael Abecassis as Talia Klein, Nimrod's wife. She campaigned tirelessly for her husband's release. Since his return, she has trouble relating to him, and she finds that her life no longer has a clear purpose.
    • Yael Eitan [he] as Dana, Nimrod's rebellious daughter, who was two years old when her father was captured.
    • Guy Selnik [he] as Hatzav, Nimrod's teenage son, who was born after his father was taken captive.
  • Ishai Golan as Uri Zach, a shy and timid prisoner of war. He is very close to Nimrod. During Uri's captivity, his fiancée married his brother, and they had a son.
    • Mili Avital as Nurit Halevi-Zach, Uri's former fiancée. After mourning Uri's capture and becoming convinced that he was dead, she eventually grew close to and married his brother Yaki. She feels intense guilt after Uri's return.
    • Mickey Leon [he] as Yaakov 'Yaki' Zach, Uri's brother and Nurit's husband. He is concerned about the effect Uri's return might have on his marriage.
    • Adam Kenneth [he] as Asaf, son of Yaki and Nurit.
    • Shmuel Shilo as Joseph 'Yoske' Zach, Uri and Yaki's elderly father and a widower.
  • Assi Cohen as Amiel Ben-Horin, a prisoner of war believed to have been killed during his captivity under mysterious circumstances.
    • Adi Ezroni as Yael Ben-Horin, Amiel's younger sister. She finds it impossible to deal with his death, and she begins to see him in visions.
  • Nevo Kimchi [he] as Ilan Feldman, an IDF liaison to the families of killed, captured and injured soldiers.
  • Gal Zaid [he] as Haim Cohen, an IDF psychologist. He leads the investigation of Nimrod and Uri, convinced that they are hiding something.
  • Sendi Bar as Iris, an IDF operative working with Haim.
  • Aki Avni as Ofer, owner of an advertising agency and a friend of Nimrod who served with him in the IDF.
  • Dalik Volonitz [he] as Dr Shmuel Ostrovsky, Dana's therapist.
  • Doron Amit [he] as Ehud, son of Dr Ostrovsky.
  • Salim Dau [fr; he] as Jamal Agrabiya, leader of the cell that captured and imprisoned Nimrod, Uri and Amiel.
  • Abdallah El Akal as young Ismail, son of Jamal.
  • Said Dasuki as teenage Ismail.

Season 2 (additional characters)[edit]

  • Hadar Ratzon-Rotem [he] as Leila, wife of Yusuf (Amiel).
  • Makram Khoury as Sheikh Qasab, father of Leila, and founder of the organisation responsible for the kidnapping of Nimrod, Uri and Amiel.
  • Yousef Sweid as Abdullah bin Rashid, serving a prison sentence in Israel for a terrorist attack but released as part of the prisoner exchange that freed Nimrod and Uri.
  • Yonatan Uziel as Yinon 'Noni' Meiri, whose father was murdered by Abdullah when Noni was a child.
  • Shimon Mimran [he] as Dr Ze'ev Kaplan, an IDF psychologist.
  • Sinai Peter [he] as Atar Shorer, a former Mossad chief who was killed in an accident around the time of Nimrod and Uri's release.
  • Boaz Konforty as Oren, a friend of Nimrod and a member of Nimrod and Uri's reserve unit.


Filming commenced on the first season of Hatufim in August 2009.[9] First season episodes had a budget of $200,000 each.[10]

The second season of Hatufim was filmed between May and October 2011.[11][12] It was originally due to be broadcast in Israel from December 2011[13] but the premiere was put back to June 2012[10] and then October 2012 due to the state of the local advertising market.[14]


Though Gideon Raff had stated, in 2013, that he intended to write a third season of Hatufim,[15][16] but in 2015 it was announced that the plans for season three had been frozen, with Raff stating that his ongoing work with other projects meant that 'There's no third season on sight'.[2]


At the time of broadcast, the first season of Hatufim was Israel's highest-rated TV drama of all time.[10] It also achieved critical acclaim and was awarded Best Drama Series of 2010 by the Israeli Academy of Film and Television. For their work on the show, Gideon Raff won Best Directing for a Drama Series, Ishai Golan won Best Actor in a Drama Series, and Yael Abecassis won Best Actress in a Drama Series.[17][18]

The series was not without controversy. It was criticized by family members of soldiers held prisoner, including Miriam Groff, mother of one of the men released in the Jibril Agreement. She suggested that the series might encourage the kidnapping of soldiers.[19]

Viewing figures for the second season of Hatufim were even higher than for the first, with an average audience share of 40% (rising to 47.9% for the final episode) making it the highest-rated drama in Israel in 2012. Online viewing reached 3 million.[20]

At the 2013 Seoul International Drama Awards, Hatufim (season 2) was awarded the festival's Grand Prize, out of a total of 225 entries from 48 countries. Other series nominated included Homeland (season 2) and House (season 8).[21][22][23]

At the 2013 Israeli Academy Television Awards, season 2 of Hatufim was nominated in 9 categories, including (for Drama Series) Best Series, Best Directing (Gideon Raff), Best Screenplay (Gideon Raff) and Best Actor (Assi Cohen).[24][25][26]

In December 2009, three months before Hatufim premiered in Israel, it was reported that the rights to develop an American version of the series had been sold to 20th Century Fox Television.[27] It was sold on the strength of the script alone, before the series had even begun shooting. The result was the acclaimed show Homeland, developed in cooperation with Gideon Raff and broadcast on cable channel Showtime.[10][28]

Following on from the success of Hatufim in Israel, and the worldwide success of Homeland, Keshet has sold the original series (in Hebrew with subtitles) in a number of territories internationally, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, India, the United States and several European countries.[29][30][31] The rights to produce local versions of the series have been sold in Russia[32][33][34] (due to start filming in March 2014[35]), Colombia and Mexico[36][37]Turkey[30][38][39] and South Korea.[40] A version with dubbing of the Hebrew dialogue, but undertitles for the Arabic dialogue, has been produced for the German market and broadcast by ARTE.

Author Stephen King included Hatufim (season 1) at number 8 in his top 10 TV shows of 2012.[41]

The New York Times placed Hatufim (season 2) at number 2 in its top 12 TV shows of 2013.[42]


Season 1 (2010)[edit]

No.#Title[43][44]Written & Directed byOriginal air date
(original Hebrew title: השיבה, 'The Return')
Gideon Raff6 March 2010
22'The Facility, Part 1'Gideon Raff13 March 2010
33'The Facility, Part 2'Gideon Raff20 March 2010
44'Letters from Mom'Gideon Raff27 March 2010
55'Keep Your Soul'[45]Gideon Raff10 April 2010
66'The Journal'Gideon Raff17 April 2010
77'A Picture from Hell'
(original Hebrew title: תמונה מהשבי, 'A Picture from Captivity')
Gideon Raff24 April 2010
88'Family Portrait'
(original Hebrew title: 'ושבו מצרימה..', '..And They Return to Egypt'[46])
Gideon Raff8 May 2010
99'Awake at Night'[47][48][49]Gideon Raff15 May 2010
1010'The Tape'
(original Hebrew title: גילוי מצבה, 'Unveiling of a Monument')
Gideon Raff22 May 2010

Season 2 (2012)[edit]

No.#Title[43][50][51]Written & Directed byOriginal air date
111'First Grade'
(original Hebrew title: להתראות מתוק, 'Goodbye, Sweetie'[52])
Gideon Raff15 October 2012
(original Hebrew title: חג לה שמח, 'Happy Birthday'[53])
Gideon Raff16 October 2012
133'Little Lies'Gideon Raff22 October 2012
144'Blue'Gideon Raff23 October 2012
155'A Ghost from the Past'
(original Hebrew title: פקידה פלוגתית, 'Platoon Secretary')
Gideon Raff29 October 2012
166'The Song'
(original Hebrew title: חופים, 'Shores'[52])
Gideon Raff5 November 2012
177'The Picture'Gideon Raff12 November 2012
188'The Double Agent'
(original Hebrew title: מותו של סוכן, 'Death of a Salesman')[54]
Gideon Raff26 November 2012
199'Mika's Boyfriend'Gideon Raff3 December 2012
2010'The Notebook'
(original Hebrew title: חלבה, 'Halva')
Gideon Raff10 December 2012
2111'Our Agent in Damascus'
(original Hebrew title: האישה שלנו בדמשק, 'Our Woman in Damascus'[55])
Gideon Raff17 December 2012
2212'The Kidnapping'
(original Hebrew title: נוהל חניבעל, 'The Hannibal Procedure')
Gideon Raff18 December 2012
2313'Operation Judea'
(original Hebrew title: מבצע יהודה, 'Operation Judah'[56])
Gideon Raff24 December 2012
2414'Prisoners of War'Gideon Raff25 December 2012


SeasonEpisodeSong titleWritten byPerformed byAlbum (year)When featured in episode
'I Have Come Home'
(Hebrew: הנה באתי הביתה, Hine Bati Habaita)
Dana Berger &
Itay Pearl [he]
Dana Berger &
Itay Pearl
I Have Come Home
Episode 2 - at the start, during Nimrod's early morning run.
Episode 10 - during the end credits.
(Although the song was released in 2010, it was not written specifically for the series.)[57][58]
5'Keep Your Soul - The Guard Song'
(Hebrew: שמרי נפשך - שיר משמר, Shimri Nafshech - Shir Mishmar)
Nathan Alterman &
Sasha Argov
Chava AlbersteinLet It Be
(Hebrew: לו יהי, Lu Yehi)
After Amiel's funeral, while Yael's dogs are being walked.[59][60]
10'In A Dream'
(Hebrew: בחלום, Bachalom)
Jaroslav Jakubovic &
Michal Vered
Anat AtzmonIn A Dream
At the start, when Uri is listening to old cassette tapes,
and later, in Nurit's kitchen.[61][62]
21'Goodbye, Sweetie'
(Hebrew: להתראות מתוק, Lehitraot Matok)
Meir Goldberg [he] &
Leah Shabat [he]
Nurit GalronGoodbye, Sweetie
At the end, during the Nurit Galron concert.[63][64]
6'Shores (Are Sometimes)'
(Hebrew: (חופים (הם לפעמים, Chofim (Hem Lifamim))
Natan Yonatan &
Nachum Heiman
N/AN/AHummed/sung by Abdullah at the end of prayers and while carrying out surveillance,
and later by Yusuf (Amiel) in his bathroom.[65][66][67]
12'The Heart'
(Hebrew: הלב, Halev)
Mirit Shem Or [he] &
Svika Pick
N/AN/A'Ivy' quotes lyrics from the song ('it's an autumn night and there are no stars')
while on the radio to 'Bird'.[68][69][70]
14'The Song of the Land'
(Hebrew: השיר על הארץ, Hashir Al Haaretz)
Joshua Sobol &
Yoni Rechter
Nurit GalronA Gentle Touch
(Hebrew: נגיעה אחת רכה, Negia Achat Raka)
Towards the end, on the radio in Yael's living room.[71][72][73]


Hatufim in its original format (in Hebrew with subtitles) has been sold internationally for broadcast on network and pay television, for download via VOD, and for DVD release.

Season 1[edit]

The first season (10 episodes) aired on Channel 2 in Israel from 6 March to 22 May 2010.

In the UK it was shown on Sky Arts from 10 May to 12 July 2012.[74] It was Hulu's first foreign language exclusive series in the United States, with episodes released weekly from 14 July to 15 September 2012.[8] In Australia it was broadcast from 19 January to 23 March 2013 on SBS.[75] In Canada it was aired on Super Channel, two episodes at a time, from 10 July to 7 August 2013.[76]

Season 2[edit]

The second season (14 episodes) aired in Israel from 15 October to 25 December 2012. The majority of episodes were released a week in advance for online viewing (rental service) via makoVOD.[50]

/cant-download-torrent-after-vpn/. In the United States, episodes were released weekly from 28 May to 20 August 2013 on Hulu.[43][77] In Canada, season 2 was shown on Super Channel immediately after the end of season 1, from 14 August to 25 September 2013 (two episodes at a time). In Australia it was broadcast on SBS from 2 October 2013 to 15 January 2014.[78][79] Having initially said that it had no plans to show Season 2, Sky Arts aired it in the UK from 22 April to 22 July 2014.[74][80]

DVD releases[edit]

SeasonAudioSubtitlesRelease datesEpisodesDiscs
Region 1Region 2Region 4
1HebrewEnglish8 October 2013 (Canada)[81][82]
8 July 2014 (United States)[83][84]
16 July 2012[85]3 April 2013[86][87]103
FrenchN/A22 May 2013[88][89][90]N/A103
GermanN/A8 August 2013[91]N/A103
2HebrewEnglish19 August 2014 (Canada)[92]
16 September 2014 (United States)[93]
28 July 2014[94]4 December 2013[95]144
FrenchN/A5 November 2014[96]N/A145
GermanN/A30 April 2015[97]N/A144
1 & 2HebrewHebrew
N/A20 March 2013[98][99][100]N/A247
HebrewEnglishN/A28 July 2014[101]N/A247
FrenchN/A5 November 2014[102]N/A248


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External links[edit]

Hatufim Season 1 Download Torrent Free

  • Official website (Season 1) in Hebrew
  • Official website (Season 2) in Hebrew
  • Prisoners of War on IMDb
  • Season 1 episodes on makoVOD in Hebrew with Hebrew subtitles
  • Season 2 episodes on makoVOD in Hebrew with Hebrew subtitles

Hatufim Season 1 Download Torrent Free

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