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A top Israeli agent comes out of retirement to hunt for a Palestinian fighter he thought he'd killed, setting a chaotic chain of events into motion. (Netflix)

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English Season 1 greatly surprised me. The Middle East without the (otherwise ever-present) Americans looked much more natural, and the individual characters were very well-written. The episode running time was unusually short, which helped the creators keep up a great pace because there was no need to stuff the story with annoying filler.  I enjoyed a great atmosphere from the opening episode to the finale. ()


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English Not up to full marks with me, but Fauda is still a solid piece about Israel's Shin Bet fighting Palestine. I like that instead of actors, there are ex-soldiers who are very believable in action and investigation. Of the unit, Doron and the sexy Israeli woman impressed me the most, and I also enjoy Wallid. I was a bit disappointed that there isn't much action and Palestine isn't as scary to me as, say, Rakka from the Caliphate, which made me far more uncomfortable, and at times I got lost as to who is Palestinian and who is Israeli, but that's more my ignorance of the situation than the fault of the series. After the first season, a decent 7 so far. ()


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