The Con Artists

Synopsis: An expert safe-cracker has 40 minutes to steal slush funds hidden inside a customs building.
Genre: Action, Comedy, Crime
117 min


Hey, boss!

- Today is the day of visit?

- Why?

- Look! A cockroach.

- I see nothing.

- Are you crazy?

- Sorry!

- I'll transfer you to labor camp!

- The labor camp? Why?

I'll send you to Cap Roux.

Transport is leaving tomorrow.

- Are you sure?

- Yes, and you go there!

- My money!

- Guards, take him!

- Put him in solitary confinement!

- Coming! Don't push!

- I'm going!

- I made the bet that I'll go tomorrow.

- When do I leave boss?

- Tomorrow!

Inside the carriage, faster!

Here's seven and this is ace.

What is this?

- Seven!

- It's ace!

- Again!

- No, I want to go to the toilet!

Well, let's play again. If you lose,

I go to the bathroom, OK?


Again! Watchl!

three, two and the ace. Choose a card.

- The ace!

- This time he will win.

Open your mouth.

I put the ace here!

Watch! I put two above,

and three underneath.

- I forgot where I put the ace.

- Here!

You can not focus, buddy.

- I'll be back!

- Go!

Hey, buddy!

You should knock when you come in.

- Who are you? What are you doing here?

- What you were going to do...

... but I coudn'l managed by myself.

Thank you! Now I can get out!

Where are you going?

Come back, you son of a...!

It hurts!

You bastard! You tricked me!

- What is this?

- Knock on the door when come in!

- Everything all right?

- I can't complain!

- Come on, shake it up.

- I already shook it up.

Come quickly,

We do not have time.

- Jump!

- I said, climb.

Where you put me?

Too bad he's dead.

We could play a game of cards of four.

Change! Put this on!

You will find some money in your pocket.

- Thanks. I enjoyed meeting you!

- And me, opposite.

Get out! Where are you going?


I'm seasick. Thank you

for your kindness! All the best!

Hey, a**hole! We didn't help you to

escape to hear that crap.

Start moving or we'll carry you by force!

Persuasive ways are always the most convincing.

Have you seen an angel here

in evening dress?

- Looking for a girl with an angel face.

- Angels in here ...

- Well, and you?

- Everything is on the house, sir!

There's a free seat at the blackjack table.

Thank you! I prefer roulette!

including zero!

I put on the winning number.

I knew that I will win.

I put 24 Red, and I won.

Now give me money, client is always right.

What a luck!

Now I will play a game of poker...

Do you have an open seat?

Thank you!

What do you think?

With or without the ace?

Must know from the beginning.

Excuse me, I am a little clumsy!

I only know how to play bocce.

- Where is he?

- The one who deals the cards!

- Idiot! Who you brought to me?

- It's the one who jumped from the train.

- Not him!

- He even took the jacket and money.

- What do we do? Throw him over the board?

- No.

I do not want scandal on the ship!

When will be fewer customers,

we will listen to what he has to say.

- Call!

- Straight! I won! Right?

- All the money is yours!

- I have a good luck tonight...

First the roulette, then here.

I give you two francs!

I am count Valadieu! You cash it in the Hotel de Paris.

I am well known there.

- It was a pleasure ...

- I would not say the same ...

How about one last hand?

A decisive hand!

It is hard to refuse for this kind of an invitation!


- I deal?

- No, him!

You had to much initiative already.

- Cut!

- I trust you!

- I open it. 50,000FF.

- Raise!

- Me to!

- Pass!

- Cards?

- One.

- Two.

Four cards!

- I can not change four cards?

- Of course! Give him four cards!

- Thank you!

- With pleasure!

- What we are betting?

- All you have won!

I fold!

- I call?

And four aces!

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