From a House on Willow Street


to get the money.

It'll all be over

very, very quick if you behave.

Rehearsal's over, okay?



-Mr. and Mrs. Hudson,

here is your daughter.

She's having a really bad night.

We want the 300 carats

of diamonds

you keep

in your various premises.

This is a time-sensitive

matter for us.

- Mom, dad, please do

what they say.

Give them the diamonds, please!

I wanna come home!

I wanna come home, please!

-Send it. I'll make the call.

No one's answering!

-Try again.

- The number you have reached

is not in service.


-Try their cell phones.

-Ade, you're certain

these are the right numbers?

-Yeah, I checked them

over and over.


-You wanna wait it out?

Because you're the one who said

this thing needed

to be slick, quiet

and most importantly, fast!

-I know what I fucking said!

-Haze, you need to stay calm.

-This is me calm.

You guys need to go back

to the house.


-No? That's it?

You wanna bring somethin' else

to the table here?

-That's not the plan.

-Yeah, it is the plan.

It's called plan b.

-What if it's a trap?

-They don't know

what they're tryin' to trap.

We haven't made contact yet!

There's no way

they've watched the video

and gone to the cops

in the last three minutes.

-We can't babysit this girl

for days, alright?

People are gonna know

that I'm up to something.

I've got a court date

in three days

and I need to be out

of the fucking country.

I need to be in Panama.

This deal needs to go down

like we planned.

-Then you fuckin' go.

-I'm with you, cuz.

-Just scope it out.

Stay in touch.

-You hear anything,

you let us know.

-Yeah, I gotcha.


You be careful, okay?


-The wiring in this place

is fucked up.

-Just go.

No one's afraid of the dark.

-Maybe you should be.

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