Synopsis: Six people are thrown together during an elaborate bank heist where any move can alter the outcome. Is it coincidence, or are they merely pawns in a much bigger game.
102 min

Get out out then.

If you need me, I'll be smoking.

These American cars

They are crap.

Bones, is right about the start.

You are wrong.

Get out.


What happens to you? Thought

it was the police, right?

You're a damn fool, Joey.

Quiet, yet I

You want, motherfucker.

That beauty.

Infiniti. How are you?

Too bad we have to

cut into pieces. Tuck.

Does it have to be now?

Let's enjoy

this beast for a while.

Hop on, let's warm.

Very good. I am recharged.

Yes, motherfucker!

Hey, brother. We stop here, okay?

There will be two seconds. Do not worry.

- It's okay.

- Great.


What if you change your mind?

He is no longer in their hands.

Hello. Do not worry, I'll pay.

Dude, you got truffle butter?

Yes, it's there ...

Have truffle butter?

Give me the money!

- Give me the damn money!

- Do not do this.

- Shut up and give me the money!

- Do not do this.

- Give it to me or I'll blow your brains out!

- You mess with the wrong guy.

You say I put me

with the wrong guy?

Really? I do not know why

You say, because I have the gun.

What the hell does?

- Give me the damn money, now!

- No problem.

I'll blow your brains together

with this damn place.

Give it to me now. Now!

- Okay, here it is.

- Thank you.

F*ck me!


Come on, come on, motherfucker!

We're rich!


Do not ever steal this store!

Here you go. Anything else? They are fine?

Can I get you anything else?

- What I give?

- A Deadman.

All right.

Hey, what are you going to drink?

Do not worry, you're not my type.


Can you believe this guy?

He believes that interests me.

Ridiculous, those girls kissing.

Yes. I love this city.

What the hell do you want?

It is an interesting phrase.

You remember, right?

Keep it.


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