'Prisoners of War' Character Profiles: Nimrode | Link TV
'Prisoners of War' Character Profiles: Nimrode
Nimrode Klen was 26 when he was captured. Brave, intelligent, a natural leader. Nimrode is vulnerable, flirtatious, competitive. He is the 'salt of the earth,' he used to be the guy that girls wanted to marry and guys wanted to be like. He has always had the greatest potential among his friends and upon his return finds himself in an unfamiliar and frightening situation: he's left behind. He is but a shell of what he used to be. Older, skinnier, with many physical and psychological problems. Nimrode suffers PTSD which he tries to hide from the outside world, but at home, he faces many difficulties. He suffers from terrible nightmares and violent fits of rage during the daytime. Nimrode tries to establish himself as the head of the family, which creates a huge conflict with Talia, his wife.
We’re exposed to Atar Shorer’s meticulous recruitment of Yinon, and a new direction in Haim and Iris’s investigation leads them to “Operation Judas”, which brings them to confront Ze’ev on the subject. Nurit is fraught with anxiety and guilt over her decision. Nimrode spends a happy, emotionally charged evening with Michaela, the company clerk he had an affair with 17 years ago. Talia goes out searching for herself doing yoga, and meets a young man. Abdullah hums a Hebrew song to Yussuf.
The mystery of the picture of the man on the shore with his two children, which hangs both in the villa at Jabaliya and at the home in Al Ajar village, continues to trouble Uri, who is ordered by Haim Cohen to investigate the matter with Iris. Across the border, this same picture consoles Yussuf. He’s being followed by Abdullah, who’s closing in on his secret drop-off spot, and his wife, who’s looking into details from his past.
We return to Jamal’s past and are exposed to startling plot twists. Yussuf is not pleased with Ismail’s new bond with Abdullah. Talia and Dr. Ostrovsky go out on a date, much to Dana’s displeasure. Uri suffers from poor health, and goes to see his family doctor.
We flash back to the night of the kidnapping, this time from Jamal’ s point of view. The mind games between Ze’ev and Haim are stepped up a notch when we’re exposed to new details regarding Operation Judas and Yinon’s true mission. Uri and Nimrode set out to extract more details from Ruth Shorer. Talia holds back on details from her date with Dr. Ostrovsky.
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