Thom, a genius engineering graduate is interested in the Bank of Spain's safe. The Bank building is more than 100 years old, with no building blueprints available and a security system that... See full summary »

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Jaume Balagueró

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Rafa Martínez, Andrés M. Koppel (as Andrés Koppel) | 6 more credits »
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Freddie Highmore ... Thom
Astrid Bergès-Frisbey ... Lorraine (as Àstrid Bergès-Frisbey)
Sam Riley ... James
Liam Cunningham ... Walter
Jose Coronado ... Gustavo
Luis Tosar ... Simon
Emilio Gutiérrez Caba ... Bank of Spain Chairman
Axel Stein ... Klaus
Daniel Holguín ... Muñoz
Famke Janssen ... Margaret
James Giblin ... Thom's Father
Frank Feys ... Crew Member
Fernando Martín Fernando Martín ... Craig
Vicente Gil ... Cleaning Company Manager
Bill Dixon Bill Dixon ... Judge
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Thom, a genius engineering graduate is interested in the Bank of Spain's safe. The Bank building is more than 100 years old, with no building blueprints available and a security system that includes an underground river that will flood the safe room if their walls are breached. As soon as Thom learns that a legendary lost treasure is going to be held at the bank's safe for just 10 days, he devises, together with charismatic art dealer Walter "Cunningham" a detailed plan to breaking in. They will only have 105 minutes to do so, while the Bank's staff will be distracted, watching the 2010 Football World Cup final match , played by Spain's national football team and broadcast on a giant screen, coincidentally placed just in front of the Bank of Spain building.

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Freddie Highmore's first R rated film. See more »

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The movie is in the year 2010. But when Thom searches for "Bank of Spain" in a search engine, momentarily "Money Heist" is shown. See more »

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God Save the Queen (No Future)
Written by Paul Cook (as Paul Thomas Cook), Steve Jones (as Stephen Philip Jones), John Lydon, Glen Matlock
(c) 1977 Authorized by Universal Music Publushing, S.L.U./Thousand Miles Long, Inc., World Wide. All rights reserved.
Performed by Sex Pistols
Courtesy of Warner Records
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing
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Popcorn movie
13 March 2021 | by mariannelisabethSee all my reviews

Refreshingly easy watch. No politics or "woke" crap just a easygoing popcorn movie. Wanted to give it 7/10 but just because it was free of all 2021 boring stuff I give it a nice 8/10. Watch this without worrying about getting hit over the head with real live crap and just enjoy!


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Spain

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English

Release Date:

12 November 2021 (Spain) See more »

Also Known As:

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Filming Locations:

Madrid, Spain

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$296,473
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