We hear TRAFFIC, some STREET NOISES, then...
As Foley goes inside, we then...
LOOKING FOR MONEY?
INSIDE THE BANK:
while he studies the bank layout.
the bank and move through the gate into the fenced-off business
hands with the man and they both sit down.
with the pile of dark hair smiling at him is LORETTA.
How can I help you, sir?
Loretta, you see that guy talking to
your manager, has his case open?
That's Mr. Guindon, one of our assistant
managers. Our manager is Mr. Schoen,
but he's not in today.
But you see the guy with the attache
That's my partner. He has a gun in
there. And if you don't do exactly
what I tell you, or you give me any
kind of a problem, I'll look over at
Guindon between the eyes.
Loretta goes stiff, swallows, stares back at Foley.
Now take one of those big envelopes
and put as many hundreds, fifties and
twenties as you can pack into it.
Nothing with bank straps or rubber
bands. I don't want any dye packs. I
don't want any bait money. Start with
over there, under the computer. Come
on, Loretta, the key's right there
next to you. No bills off the bottom
of the drawer.
(as she works)
First time being robbed?
You're doing great. Just smile,
Loretta, so you won't look like you're
being held up.
(she smiles awkwardly)
That's the way, you're doing fine.
front door. When he turns back, he sees that Loretta's having
Here, give me the twenties. I'll put
'em in my pocket. Okay, I haven't had
to give my partner a sign; that's good.
till after I'm out the door, make sure
you haven't set off the alarm. If you
between the eyes. Okay? I think
that'll do it. Thank you, Loretta,
and have a nice day.
She's cute, isn't she?
Uh, yeah, I guess so.
(to Mr. Guindon)
Who was that?
EXT. BANK - SAME
Out of Sight (1998)
Synopsis: Out of Sight is a 1998 American criminal comedy film directed by Steven Soderbergh and written by Scott Frank, adapted from Elmore Leonard's novel of the same name. The picture was the first of several collaborations between Soderbergh and Clooney, and was released on June 26, 1998.