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-how'd it go?
Got a '63 Thunderbird
I would've sold in a day a year ago.
Now they just wanna look at the pictures.
You smell nice.
how was your day?
It was great.
We had a big breakthrough
in the Bulgari case.
We found a boot print.
A really good one.
The left heel was worn way down.
That's a good lead.
We found a hair.
A hair, wow.
It's at the Iab.
So hopefully by noon tomorrow
we'll find out his DNA...
...what kind of conditioner he uses,
if he streaks his hair...
...if he has dandruff, everything.
Isn't that amazing?
That is amazing.
You know, having those
extra men really paid off.
Oh, you're just being modest.
Are you coming to bed, baby?
I'm just gonna have a shower.
Don't Iet me keep you up.
-And you are Mr...?
-Diaz. MigueI Diaz.
-And you're here to open a...?
-A SEP retirement account.
Terrific. Oh, it says here
you're already retired.
-What was your occupation?
I was a high school basketball coach.
You must have done
very well for yourseIf.
-What's your name?
Greg. Let me ask you something.
Do you have safe-deposit boxes here?
Yes, they're housed in our vauIt.
-In your vault?
-It's over years old.
Of course, we've made some
state-of-the-art upgrades since then.
You know, I was once in a vault
while it was being robbed.
That must have been quite an experience.
That's too oxblood.
What do y'all do?
My husband and I?
Well, he's retired. Just retired.
It's great. It's....
And I did work at an art gallery.
And, you know, I love art,
obviousIy, and paint and....
That's too brown. I'm sorry.
Do you mind if I--?
-hey, it's your paint.
-Okay. Thank you.
May I show you something specific?
Well, I was looking
for something for my wife.
What is it, a speciaI occasion?
It's our second third anniversary.
Excuse me. hello, Mrs. Diaz,
we were just talking about you.
-How'd it go at the bank?
-It was easy.
I mean great.
No, you mean easy.
You're doing recon work
on our anniversary?
-Let me ask you this:
-Where are you now?
-Casing a jewelry store.
That's an interesting way to ease back
into society, which was your idea.
-Should I stop painting now?
Let's talk about something important.
I can't find a restaurant for tonight.
-Well, we'll stay in.
-Great. I'll cook.
-No, I'll cook. You talk.
You want me to talk?
Words and everything? That's what
they make flowers for, you know.
-Oh, no, Danny.
-What is it?
There's water in the basement
and the pllot llght is out.
Where is he, Tess?
I want it back, Tess.
I want it all back.
-You got it all from the insurance company.
-I want my money back.
The money that your husband
and his friends stole from me.
With interest. A hundred and sixty
million dollars over three years.
That's a lot of vig.
And I want it all back.
he's got two weeks.
You'll never find them.
They're way too smart for you.
You know, as it turns out...
...I'm not the only person in the worId
looking for Ocean's .
I'm the groom, and I'm not supposed
to say anything, but-- Make a speech.
But I don't care what the rules are,
because I really wanna thank my family.
My mom and dad,
my Uncle Gary and Aunt Grace.
Uncle Ted, Aunt Celeste...
...and their children, Denise and Jessica.
Bishop Tom and his wife, Helen,
my neighbor John...
...and his new girlfriend, Tanya.
And all the guys at Lean Machine Inc.,
And everyone else
who's just been great...
...in weIcoming Sara
into the famlly. Thank you.
Excuse me, everybody. I'd just like to--
-Get up. Get up.
I'd like to say a few words
...about a very special someone
and admitting to her....
Get up. Pull the chair out.
Admitting to her in front of everybody...
...that her wedding...
...and that very special
honeymoon trip to Epcot Center...
...will have to be postponed.
The photographer. Jesus, he's just a friend.
You met him at The Mint, remember?
Well, of course I am.
You don't expect me to embarrass myseIf
by fIying commerciaI?
On a budget? On a budget?
Who was the onIy person who couldn't
get in on the Chinese cell-phone market?
You, with all your connections.
What was that?
he seemed really nice. And you know
it's hard for guys to be friends with me.
And you do this every time
that I meet someone new.
And you know what?
It's getting really boring.
You think it's a accident
no one know about Fred ''Bud'' Kelly?
Ain't no accident.
There's one expIanation...
...and you Iadies
know exactIy what it is.
I'm gonna tell you what it is.
Conspiracy, collusion, compllcity.
That's all it is.
Let me break it down like a fraction for you
about my man Fred ''Bud'' Kelly.
Fred ''Bud'' Kelly made skates
out of whiskey bottIes...
...at his uncIe's farm in the earIy s.
That was over there in Nova Scotia.
I'm gonna tell you something else. You
never seen his name on the StanIey Cup.
You know why that is?
Because that son of a bitch Jim Crow...
...took his name off the history books.
You kind of--
Seems like every time I see you,
you're pIaying the race card, Frank.
Now, why is that?
You can Iet go of my feet now.
-This don't bother you?
-Of course it * * * * * * * bothers me, mate.
-What the * * * * do you want me to do?
-Well, it's * * * * * * up.
You can't hear none of the Iyrics.
You can't get with the beat
with all them * * * * * * * bIeeps in it.
You want a * * * * * * * singIe on the * * * * * * *
radio, it's what you have to * * * * * * * do.
Well, it's * * * * * *, isn't it?
Totally * * * * * * !
* * * * * * * right, it's * * * * * * * * * * * * * .
What the * * * * is that?
Somebody must be in .
Oh, * * * * !
And you haven't contacted
my father about any of this?
Because, really, I don't think there's
any reason to invoIve him or my mom.
It's all on you, Linus.
-Good. Because I have a whole network--
-Get out of my car.
There appears to be
a sllght probIem with your card.
Oh, well, yes. here.
I'm afraid not, sir.
Your business manager
said you would understand.
Todd said I would understand?
No, Mr. Benedict.
Mr. Benedict. Mr....
An old friend, a practicaI joker.
Tell Mr. Benedict
he's won this round, yes.
She's looking at me
from across the room.
And she's crazy about me, I can tell...
...because she's been staring
at me all night. So suddenIy...
...I just go up to her, and I grab her.
And I've got her really close to me...
...and her eyes are all fiery.
And my eyes are fiery.
And it's like-- It's eIectric.
And I say to her, ''Mom....
Thanks for Ietting me finish.
What can I say?
You're a funny guy.
Oh, yeah. My friend Rusty.
I'm worried about him.
he owns this hotel in Los AngeIes...
...Iosing a Iot of money,
and he's got no llfe.
he's a nice, bright kid,
but he's beating his brains out.
Do you think I could send something
through you, like, a message to him?
I read your paIm, not his.
Somebody who could do that could do
very well. Anything on my heaIth?
-My hips are bothering me.
This? You couldn't see this?
-I tried knocking, he won't open.
-I'll handIe it. I know him.
Jesus Christ, are you peopIe retarded?
-It says, ''Do not disturb'' !
Come on in.
Jeez, Topher, you didn't
have to go all Frankie Muniz on me.
Rust, look, I know this is your joint.
There's this girI.
I love her, man.
I love her, but she is driving me crazy!
I can't sIeep. I can't work.
I quit the show. I totally phoned in
that Dennis Quaid movie.
-I mean, it's like....
God, it's aImost like this
KabbaIah crap doesn't even work!
Rusty, call for you.
Dude, don't Ieave.
-I have a message for Robert Charles Ryan...
...soon to be ex-owner
of the Standard Hotel.
-You got him.
-Last time we spoke, you hung up on me.
You used some nasty words.
I got sensitive ears.
I admit I was a little
emotional that evening.
Think about that night a Iot,
I thought I'd be dead before
I heard the sound that kllIed me.
I've been asked to show restraint.
Otherwise, you would've gone out...
...to your favorite car of all the you own,
and as soon as you turned on the ignition....
You got two weeks.
Now, you told me that your wife said
that he called it Ocean's .
Now, who decided that?
I'm a private contractor.
It was a collaboration.
That moniker is insuIting.
It was one job we did together.
I don't know where this proprietary stance
comes from. It seems possessive.
One could make the argument
that because it was Danny's idea--
hang on a minute.
We all had our own areas of expertise.
I mean, without us,
it don't Ieave your head, mate.
It just hurts, you know, because...
...it seemed we all agreed
to call it ''the Benedict job.''
That's what we called it
when we were doing it.
If you wanted to call it
When you have a probIem,
who do you go to?
Let's get back on the topic.
Based on what we stoIe, pIus interest...
-...how much does everybody owe?
-$ . million.
Assuming Benedict gives us
prime pIus one, which I doubt.
Figure to be safe.
Okay, each. Anybody got that?
What, you think the stock market's
some great mystery...
...beyond the reaIm of human
understanding? Didn't you see the signs?
I saw the signs.
how much is everybody short?
how much you short?
-All but million?
-Yeah. You gonna start with me?
You don't know what it's like
to create something from scratch.
-Well, with interest, I'm short .
I spent about a million,
mostIy on taIent deveIopment.
That makes it for me.
Boy, the interest just kllIs you.
-I'm llght .
-What's the interest?
-Then I owe .
I've been staying at my parents' .
I owe .
I haven't spent it all, but I will.
I'm out, fellas.
As ranking old-timer,
I gotta say, I just can't do it.
At my age, I think I earned
the right to be seIfish.
I wanna thank you all for the wonderfuI
opportunity. You're all aces in my book.
But I want the Iast check
I write to bounce.
SauI, you having a Iaugh?
-I can handIe SauI's share.
-You don't have to.
Who would I talk to if you were all dead?
That's a good point.
All right, I owe . Amazing?
Yeah, but it's a nice pIace.
-So that comes to...?
-Ninety-seven, give or take.
he didn't find us on his own.
-Someone heIped him.
Nobody we know would
vioIate ruIe number one.
What we do know is we need a job.
We need a high-paying job.
We're too hot to work
anywhere in this country.
-So we go abroad. how about we go--?
-We're on the : .
Good. Where are we going?
-Amsterdam it is.
-CIock's running. Let's go.
-Never been to Amsterdam.
I hear German girIs are really hot.
Don't tell Danny.
hey, Rusty. Rusty.
Sorry, sorry. hey.
What are you doing?
What's wrong with you?
-Can I--? Can I--?
-Just for a second, can I talk to you?
I just-- I don't know.
This might not be the perfect time
or whatever to talk about it.
-I've been thinking.
I've been doing my homework.
And I'd really like...
...to pIay a more centraI roIe
this time around.
-I feel like I've--
-I'm ready for that, and I--
I was wondering if I could come to
the meeting and heIp you guys negotiate.
Okay. It's just a sit-down with Matsui.
he's got his own Ianguage, this guy.
I watched you and Danny really closeIy
Iast time around. I Iearned a ton.
Linus, in my professionaI opinion,
you're not ready.
-Okay. Yeah, I mean--
-But-- But-- But...
...if you're convinced you are ready...
...I can speak with Danny.
We can make this happen.
But you gotta be sure.
-No, I am.
-But if I had a question, I could--
-You would call me?
-Okay. Awesome. Thank you.
I aImost wasn't gonna
come over and say anything.
Then I'd still be sIeeping.
Is Rusty here? Rusty...?
-Do you know where Rusty is?
So have you met Matsui?
SeriousIy, what do you think of me...
...you know, in terms
of just Ieadership potentiaI?
The fact that we're unempIoyabIe
shouldn't enter your mind.
Otherwise, you're wasting time.
Don't mention Benedict
unIess he does first.
And if he does, tell him everything.
Right. Stay on point. And don't
forget the other thing I told you.
ReIax. Remember, if we don't
get this job, we're dead.
Rusty, I tried calling you
So finally, she sIams her vodka tonic
down on the tray and says:
''hey, maybe that's why
I've been feellng so warm recentIy.''
-So to business?
A doctor who speciallzes in skin diseases...
...will dream he has fallen asIeep
in front of the teIevision.
Later, he will wake up
in front of the teIevision...
...but not remember his dream.
would you agree?
If all the animaIs aIong the equator
were capabIe of fIattery...
...then Thanksgiving and halloween...
...would fall on the same date.
When I was years old...
...I watched my mother
kllI a spider with a tea cozy.
Years Iater, I reallzed it was not a spider.
It was my UncIe harold.
Oh, let the sun beat down upon my face
Stars to fill my dreams
I am a traveler in both time and space
To be where I have been
Is he all right? Are we all right?
-Is that your idea of making a contribution?
-We hadn't even started yet.
-We were this close to Iosing that.
Okay, I don't even understand what
happened in there. What did I say?
-You called his niece a whore.
-A cheap one.
-Confined to bed with a case of--
-No, don't tell him about it.
Okay. So, what does this mean?
It means you stay here.
The mark's name is van der Woude.
A semi-known, wealthy recluse.
He claims to sell antiques,
but hasn't actually sold one.
His store is his privately owned home,
which no one ever enters.
But don't let van der Woude's
eccentricity fool you.
The house is extremely well-protected.
-What are we after?
-It's a document.
It's a very old, very vaIuabIe document.
-Yeah, what is it?
-A stock certificate.
The first one ever issued
from the first corporation on the pIanet.
Dutch East India Trading Company.
-The onIy one of its kind.
-What's the take?
. million euro.
-Who negotiated this?
-That's a Iot of money to a Iot of peopIe.
-Are you out of your mind?
If we do one job a week at that rate,
we won't pay Benedict off untll....
-Jesus Christ, Danny.
I hear you, but it's what's avallabIe.
After we pull this job off...
...Matsui's gonna throw us another.
It's gonna pay times this one.
-Which will buy an extension from Benedict.
I hope. Now, the good news is that
Matsui gave us the system's master code.
-So, what are we waiting for?
-Van der Woude.
-That's the bad news.
-he never leaves.
-he's never been out of his house?
-Not in years since he moved in.
-Does he believe in fresh air?
-he opens his window.
-What does that mean?
-Best time of arrivaI.
-Means he opens his window.
Every night at : he takes an Ambien,
puts on Beethoven's Third.
By the fourth movement, he's out
like a llght. So we go in at a.m.
Okay, can we tap into the system
from the phone llnes?
It's a closed-Ioop system with two servers
Iocked in titanium cases next to his bed.
-So hacking in is out.
-Look at this.
basket up to the second fIoor.
TeIescoping rod through the window,
tap out the freak's code.
-Dumb idea. One Iane, one-way streets.
All right? Any stoppage will bring cops.
The outside is covered
by five survellIance cameras.
Monitored hours a day
by a security company.
he's got five exterior cameras?
-This guy is a freak.
What about through the roof?
-Two more cameras, pressure sensors--
-A Iaser net over the trap door--
-Smoke the freak out.
-Smoke the freak out.
-Do we have to use that term?
The NationaI Institute of MentaI heaIth
estimates . percent of adults...
Whatever. I'm just saying,
I mean, do we...?
We don't need to be an
organization that IabeIs peopIe.
Oh, now we're an organization?
You'd call Emlly Dickinson a freak?
-Are you hosting a teIethon?
-Who's Emlly Dickinson?
Am I the onIy one who feels funny
about steallng from a...?
You know, a handicapped guy?
-Well, I don't care.
I feel funny about other things.
-Ahab with a piggyback. Livingston?
-I can get anything.
-Ahab with what?
-You're making that up. That's--
That whole ''Ahab with a piggyback,''
that's not reaI?
-Let me in.
-how do you think it feels...
-...when someone bangs on the door?
-I gotta go to the tollet.
Otherwise, I'm gonna shit on your feet.
Show me them specs.
I've been doing this since
I'm years old. You're micromanaging.
You gotta find peopIe you can deIegate to.
Otherwise, you'll never have a llfe.
I don't want a llfe. I want the hotel
to run like a hotel should.
Remember in Miller's Crossing
where Turturro begs for his llfe?
Sure. ''Look into your heart.''
I cry every time.
We have no llne of sight.
Our onIy possibllity, the window.
We're three inches too high.
There's no cIear shot, even with Basher.
In the physicaI universe we occupy,
it cannot be done.
What about the guy
from the BuIgari job?
-NageI. Spoke with him.
Lot of ideas, none of them any good.
he's pushing this new
Really interesting stuff, though.
he can reproduce anything -D.
how about million?
We're forcing it.
Yeah, we're forcing it.
-You know what we haven't thought of?
We turn ourseIves in.
-What could Benedict do to us then?
-There you go.
Call the cops,
tell them we did the Bellagio job.
They put us away for years.
That'd teach him.
I think Tess would stick around.
You look great in jumpsuits.
-...how's the hotel business?
-how's East haven?
I don't know.
Can't turn my brain off, you know.
We go into some pIace,
and all I can do is see the angIes.
It's what I do. It's what
I've aIways done. I love it.
I don't know.
Some sort of weird irony, you know?
Tess watching me scratch and itch.
hey, llsten. You know,
the worId's gone nuts and you're....
-What'd you wanna do?
-It's not attached to the adjacent bulldings.
-The whole house?
-We're just raising it sllghtIy.
Schumann did it in ' in Venice
and ' in IstanbuI.
-he onIy had a crew of six.
-We can't tilt a house.
-Did it with the Leaning Tower of Pizza.
-ExactIy, thank you.
-It took men over two years to do it.
We cut them, insert the jacks
and crank away.
It's really our best pIan,
considering it's our onIy pIan.
-Crank for how long?
-Like I said, it's our onIy pIan.
Oh, oh, okay, hold on.
Number five. I'm a go.
Master thieves who practice the Iong con
live separate lives as civllians.
They have Iegitimate jobs and famllies...
...which make them
extremeIy difficult to catch.
The greatest thief of all time was,
...Gaspar LeMarc, who either dled
in PortugaI in ...
...or in hong Kong in
or he's still alive.
We may never know for certain,
...was never captured or photographed...
...despite being active for over years.
Though he left behind a sIew
...onIy one is worth mentioning
in the same breath as LeMarc:
The thief we know onIy
as the Night Fox.
So named for the small onyx figurines
he Ieaves behind to taunt us...
...the Night Fox must be considered
our number-one priority.
his string of high-proflle crimes are
an embarrassment to our branch...
...to our entire profession.
We need more than traditionaI resources
to pursue thieves like the Night Fox.
We need to train ourseIves to think the
way they think, to see what they see.
And we should not allow ourseIves
to be distracted--
I'm sorry. Someone just robbed
the van der Woude house.
hi, IsabeI. Well, we could really use
your heIp on this one.
I hope the scene hasn't
When can I speak to Mr. van der Woude?
Probably tomorrow. he's heavlly sedated.
We can't figure out how they disabled
the alarm. Shorted it out somehow?
No, that would have triggered the system
and damaged the circuits.
Then I don't know how they got in.
They had the code. Someone other than
the owner must have known it.
ImpossibIe. Van der Woude programmed
the Iast nine steps of the system.
he set it and never left the house again.
closed Ioop. Redundant servers.
It's not bad, actually.
Do we know each other?
-I think I saw you yesterday.
Yeah, you were being chased
by the pollce.
Chasing me? No. I don't think so.
I'm quite sure it was you.
Doesn't say much for the police.
No, I love Rome. I love it.
But there's an opening at work
the IeveI above me, and it's--
I was thinking I was gonna try out for it.
It's in Amsterdam.
My mother has famlly there, so it'd be--
It'd be good.
-He lifted the whole house?
-The whole house.
-The entire house?
-The entire house.
It's called a Schumann Special...
...named after this guy, a brilliant guy,
Then he did it in Istanbul in .
What is it?
It's where the crossbow boIt hit.
The crossbow boIt?
They fired from that rooftop
through this open window.
With a crossbow boIt from that roof
through that window?
-That's a very difficult shot.
-No, it is an impossible shot...
...untll they raised the building.
Check the pylons. They'll be elevated.
-You know the name Max Schumann?
-Well, they do.
Wait a minute.
ExactIy. Why would they bring the drill
if they weren't planning to use it?
-I don't know.
Congratulations. You are the second person
to crack the van der Woude safe tonight.
In arriving second, Mr. Ocean,
you havejoined a long line...
...of people who've worked hard and risked
a great deal only to get somewhere second.
You don't know these people by name,
of course, because they enter oblivion.
You know this word, ''oblivion ''?
It means to be totally forgotten
by everyone forever.
And it's where you would be now
if it weren't for the Bellagio heist.
how does this guy know who we are?
In a way, I'm responsible for you
coming to Amsterdam in the first place.
I hired Matsui, and Matsui hired you.
That's the guy who dimed us
-All of them, including Ocean.
I find that hard to believe.
And you are?
You can call me the Night Fox.
The Night Fox. Okay, Mr. Night Fox.
-What will this information cost me?
-Don't worry. Nothing.
Nothing? Who do you think you're
deallng with? Nothing costs nothing.
And this information is definiteIy
Let's just say our interests
are temporarily aligned.
Well, the information is free,
but it comes with certain conditions.
-Restraint on your part.
Restraint? That's asking a Iot.
Two weeks to buy themselves
out of trouble.
I can live with that, even if they can't.
Just out of curiosity,
what will you make them pay?
For Ietting them live?
Everything they stoIe, pIus interest.
A Iot of interest.
But didn't your insurance
cover what was stolen?
So you're asking them to double
Well, do you really think that's fair?
Fair? I certainIy hope not.
So, what about the information?
Okay. It's on your desk.
he was here.
Around : this morning. I can tell.
-The Night Fox.
Go down to the Dampkring
and pick up a guy called Matsui.
Real name, Ian Nicolas McNally.
The Night Fox was here at the same time
as the Americans? Why?
That's what we're gonna find out.
What is he doing?
Get him out of there.
I can't understand what we did
to this guy.
-Why does he have it out for us like this?
-how did he get that code?
Doesn't matter. he broke ruIe
number one. he's on the llst.
Great time for a turf war.
I spoke with Frank's associate in Dublln.
She's trying to get us a name on this guy.
Our train Ieaves tomorrow at : okay?
-Where is Frank?
-I don't know.
It's gonna get out. Then we'll be dead,
and no one will wanna work with us.
Turndown service for Mr. Ryan.
You have it all to yourseIf?
You here to take me in?
Why would I do that?
It's not as if you stoIe something.
It's nice to see you again, Robert.
Of course, you've been seeing
pIenty of me, haven't you?
I like this one.
I call it ''thief à Ia mode.''
Schumann SpeciaI, huh?
I guess that's what I get
for opening my mouth.
So, what about the Night Fox?
Did he Ieave you a message?
What about the figurine?
You still have it?
I suppose it's a compliment in a way.
I guess he's threatened by you,
though I can't imagine why.
You have no idea what you're up against.
The French police
think he's better than LeMarc.
Well, he is French.
Let me give you some advice.
Find out how you offended him.
Apologize. Beg for mercy.
Got to go.
Any message for Frank?
he's been hanging around the station.
On what charge?
Well, we found a print of a size
hi-Tec Magnum boot at the crime scene.
Bought with a fraudulent credit card.
From that point on, well, there's only one,
maybe two great nail salons in Amsterdam.
-And you lied to us.
-Yeah, and to me.
Well, Frank knew.
-Frank knew you were in touch?
-I wasn't in touch.
I was more like keeping tabs.
-She's a cop!
-Where'd she learn all that Schumann crap?
-What, he was a cop?
-Oh, God. Was he good?
Great. Pissed-off ex-girIfriend
whose thief father...
...taught her every trick in the book.
Well, she just made Danny and Yen.
In the next hours, your pictures
will be in every pollce station.
-Nobody looks at them.
-Nobody but cops.
-You'd think she'd have sympathy for us...
-...if her old man was a thief.
-Is that sympathy or empathy?
No, her old man got popped a day
before her th birthday. dled in jall.
So I wouldn't count on much sympathy.
She's gonna have the hotel
Great. We'll just eat room service, watch
movies and wait for Benedict to kllI us.
-Who's on the $ bllI?
-he said every probIem...
...is an opportunity in disguise.
he couldn't say that
with a . in his mouth.
No, you're missing the sliver lining here.
Now, she gave us a name, didn't she?
The Night Fox.
One phone call, we're gonna find out
everything there is to know about this guy.
The name is M. Diaz.
It's a bIack duffeI bag.
The team's in Rotterdam.
The bag's in BrusseIs.
he's the modern man:
...paranoid, but with good reason.
It's too sad to be funny.
-I think I can get minutes out of it.
I got it. The team's in BarceIona.
The bag's in Madrid.
This is a moral issue
we're dealing with here.
And we don't have a grease man anymore,
because he's in a bag somewhere.
We got a bag man.
Such an ape. An animal with no feelings.
-I have feelings.
-No, you don't.
I feel bad for the guy. he's in a piece
of Iuggage, but he's got water.
-What did you want them to do?
-Get off the bus.
And pick up the bag
with our friend in it.
how many pro soccer teams
are fielding -year-old men?
Rusty's not years old.
Yeah, dude, we know Rusty's not .
You think I'm years old?
Let me ask you something.
No, wait, let me ask you something.
how old do you think I am?
You think I'm years old?
-Maybe he should've asked me.
-Nobody should ever ask you anything.
That guy doesn't have a hard enough
llfe right now? You gotta--
You're gonna defend him?
They put Yen in a handbag.
-Can I ask you something? Ever notice--?
-If you're gonna ask a question...
...give me time to respond,
unIess it's rhetorical...
...in which case the answer
is obvious: yes.
-Okay, can I ask--?
-You ever notice that Tess looks exactly--?
-Don't ever ask that. Seriously.
-Not to anyone. Especially not to her.
-Wait. Why not?
It's not in my nature to be mysterious...
...but I can't talk about it,
and I can't talk about why.
-Can I ask you--? Do I look to you?
-Well, I mean, onIy from the neck up.
What's the matter?
You wanna go out? It's nice.
You wanna watch something?
The game's on.
-You hungry? I'll heat something up.
SauI, ever since you got back,
you've been acting strange.
What did Danny want?
Nothing? how could he want nothing?
All right, the Night Fox has a name.
Baron François Toulour.
Father was a French industrialist,
mother was Italian nobility.
He never met her,
but he inherited her title.
The bad news is he's rich, he's bored
and he's talented.
The really bad news is he was trained
-This is not good.
-With the LeMarc? Gaspar LeMarc?
That's the one.
-Well, we're doomed.
-We're not doomed.
-He's one guy, and he's French.
Before we get too impressed
by his background...
-...let's hear what he's done.
-He started in the ' s.
Bank of Geneva, the Danish Treasury,
the Bank of Italy, AMC Amro...
...the Brussels Diamond Exchange,
Antwerp Diamond Exchange.
-Wait, wait. All those in the s?
-I'm only up to ' .
-In ' he went through an art phase.
He hit the Tate in London, the Louvre
in Paris, twice, and the Prado.
Wait. No, no, hang on. The Prado Museum
in ' ? That was Moretti.
-Everybody knows that--
-He is Moretti. It's one of his aliases.
Okay, I'll skip to my favorite.
In he stole the king of Morocco's
-foot yacht. Vanished into thin air.
Crew surfaced days later in a life raft.
Couldn't remember a thing.
-How do you hide a -foot yacht?
-If the king knows, he's not telling.
He got it back a month later. He now plays
tennis with Toulour every weekend.
-We're in some serious trouble here.
-So, what do we do?
You broke ruIe number one,
and that has consequences.
Oh, you must be talking about
Don't worry. You'll be dead in five days,
and I'll get my paintings back.
-UnIess you have an accident first.
-I don't think so, DanieI.
Perhaps I should explain to you
why I'm tormenting you.
I'd like that.
Last month I was in Portugal
to see my mentor.
A very loud and annoying American
businessman was there the same day.
He worked for a big insurance company.
He's the one who suggested Benedict
to you as a potential mark.
-You know the man?
-What about him?
He said it was the most
beautifuljob he'd ever seen.
He went on and on about this job,
and then he said...
...it showed you were the greatest
thief in the world.
But the worst part is that LeMarc
never corrected him.
I told LeMarc that you can't be
better than me.
And he answered that it was impossibIe
to know for sure.
So I thought about that for, like,
three weeks in a row, day and night.
And then suddenly, I realized that
he was actually right.
It is impossibIe to compare one theft
to the other.
So I guess the only way to know
who's the best of us for sure...
...is to go after the same object.
Do the same job.
Don't you think that would be fun?
You're being awfully cavalier with a lot of
people's lives so you can play out a game.
You're gonna regret it.
Come on, Mr. Ocean.
how are you gonna possibly get
$ million by next Wednesday?
Especially if every safe you crack
between now and then is already empty?
Whereas if you accept my challenge
...I promise I'll pay your debt
...and LeMarc will hold my money
in escrow as a guarantee.
What are we steallng?
The famous Fabergé Coronation Egg.
-Was that your idea or LeMarc's?
-I think he would agree...
...that it's the most appropriate thing
for us to compete over.
Where is it located?
The egg left Paris this morning
on its way to Rome.
It travels with heavy security and usually
with one or more replicas.
Sometimes they even show the replicas
without anybody knowing.
When the egg goes on display
...you'll have hours to steal it
before your deadline's up.
When the deadline passes
and you don't have the egg...
...LeMarc will know who's the best.
-Who is this?
Nicole. Who's this?
NageI. Where's Rusty?
He said if you called,
to say he was at Gunther's.
Gunther's? What's that about?
Did he say something?
Do you have a message?
Yes, I do. Tell him this thing is gonna
cost him doubIe what I told him.
And tell him I had to go three times
as thin on the Iayers.
And tell him if he wants it tomorrow,
it should cost him more than doubIe.
And tell him this thing is beautifuI.
Would fool the bloody Romanovs
And tell him I'm being a nice guy.
And tell him he dresses like a gigoIo.
Is that it?
Yeah. No. Tell him having
a sexy female assistant...
...is such a terrible cliché.
Can I get a coffee or something?
Thanks. Just a cappuccino or espresso.
You call me on Saturday
and ask me to come into my office...
...and sign a ...
...and you can't even tell me
what they are after?
-I can come to your house.
-I'm leaving for Naples in two hours.
-We'll talk about this on Wednesday.
-It'll be gone by Wednesday.
-What? What? What will be gone?
-Something worth signing a for.
Ryan and his friends
did the Bellagio casino heist in .
-I am telling you, this is serious--
-If that's true...
-...then we should call the American FBI--
-No, no, no.
-Maurizio, llsten to me.
...a is not a small thing.
Unless you can tell me what they are after,
there is no point in discussing it.
Because LeMarc stoIe it in
when others falled.
Because the Night Fox is trying to prove
he's better than Ryan and his friends.
This is ridicuIous.
You say the egg will be stoIen.
Then you say LeMarc already stoIe it
-Which one is it?
LeMarc's wife made him
put the egg back.
When I signed a for you
on the BuIgari case...
...you requisitioned of my men
for three months and made zero arrests.
I won't do it again.
First, we cannot go at night.
The laser grid in the Great Hall's
impossible to beat.
-This is impossible.
It's in constant motion, programmed
to improvise randomly...
...meaning we can't
plan our way through.
So it's a daytime play.
We're still short three on the inside
since Isabel made you and Yen and Danny.
We could try a Smuggler's Paradise.
-It hasn't worked since the ' s.
What's option two?
Baby Jane, Squeaky Wheel,
followed by a Number-Two Son.
It's complicated, but it's got a high
success rate. The only problem is--
We can't do it without a grease man
on the inside, without Yen.
We'll have to risk it.
We'll put him in disguise.
: I Ieave the café,
proceed west. : ?
-I enter the second-fIoor bathroom.
- : ?
Approach the Spanish Steps
from the south.
Basher and I enter by the main entrance.
- : ?
-I heIp Yen into the ventllation duct.
- : ?
-I move Reuben to the Egg Room.
-I pause in the Great hall whlle--
-I go to the Egg Room.
- : ?
-Yen enters the mainframe room.
he cuts power to grid -A.
he radios me. I signaI Linus.
-I then go to the Egg Room.
- : ?
I drop my keys and move Reuben
to his mark.
-I blind camera one.
-I blind camera two.
-I blind camera three.
-I make the switch.
- : ?
-I pull to the corner of the main entrance.
I meet Danny at the Steps.
We head north. : ?
Turk and I make the drop.
All right. Really good stuff, guys.
Really good work. All right,
we'll pick it up here in an hour.
It's a slam-dunk.
- : we all get arrested.
-how was Toulour?
-he was predictable.
You hear from NageI?
he'll be here.
That's a lot to presume
from a guy like NageI.
Follow it up.
This is Isabel.
It's Johan. Ijust set a : meeting
for you with an Andre Ciment...
...who says he had four paintings stolen
from his house in Lake Como.
-And when was this?
He's missing two Monets,
a Turner and a Degas.
-Which Degas was it?
-Blue Dancers .
Supposedly, there's surveillance video,
but I haven't been able to confirm that yet.
It is all about error correction.
Three thousand separate,
transIucent, digitaI slivers...
...instead of the
I thought it would be.
Thank God it doesn't have to move.
Re-creating the llghting was a pain.
It's a mixture of tungsten and reaI llght.
But I think the coIor rendition
is pretty damn accurate.
Batteries are in the base.
Two minutes maximum.
-It's good, Roman. You're a genius.
-I think I am.
You'd have never got past that grid.
That's why you're paying me doubIe.
-What? No, no, no.
-You got my message.
-Who's that sexy phone voice? EarIy Bond.
The message I left with
Sexy Phone Voice NicoIe.
On your moblle.
Got something going
with Gunther? Am I in?
-Okay, when did you Ieave the message?
-Two days ago.
She had your phone.
-She has your--?
-That means that she's--?
-Well, you better--
So--? So who's got my money?
Who has got my bloody money?
Sorry to hear about your mom.
She was an amazing....
Well, I thought so, at Ieast.
She hated you.
I should've picked up on that.
-She hated all thieves.
-No wonder you fought.
-May I have my phone back?
-That's a nice pull, by the way.
Did you get that tingling sensation
down your spine when you did it?
Or is that none of my business?
You considered a career change?
I tried hotels.
I'm better at this.
Went by the café for some tiramisu.
-It wasn't the same.
-Who's the Night Fox?
-They did something to the eggs.
-Why accept his challenge?
Because he'll Iose.
And how can you beat him?
You're not making any sense.
The Bulgari job you pulled with Frank
when we were together...
...I knew it was you.
Why didn't you say something?
Why didn't you...
I didn't want it to end.
You assumed it would.
Was I wrong?
You shouldn't be here.
I have a meeting.
Someone stole a whole bunch
of paintings in Lake Como.
Interesting. Any leads?
The next time I see you...
...I'm arresting you.
And Ocean and anybody else I recognize.
Yes, of course I do.
My Blue Dancers, my Degas.
They took it, unfortunateIy,
and I really would like--
Do you have any enemies?
Anybody out there who would
feel wronged by you?
No. I can't see anyone.
But why? You think--
You think maybe the thief...
...is trying to harm me personally now?
Well, I assumed he was after
the paintings themseIves.
I think it's enough.
I have something you might be
It's a DVD with all the hidden
surveillance cameras I have to my pIace.
It's plenty. I haven't checked it out yet.
Maybe the thieves have been
careIess enough to be photographed.
I doubt it, this level of thief,
but I'll take a look.
Yeah. You never know.
Okay. Well, merci.
Thank you, Mademoiselle Lahiri,
Thank you. Goodbye. Goodbye.
Did you get the faxed copy
of the ? Good.
here's what I need:
A dozen-- Twelve uniformed officers.
Metal detectors, extra cameras.
So I'll e-mail you the photographs.
Do you happen to have a pen?
I'll just give you the names. Okay.
Livingston Dell, male, Caucasian,
' '', pounds.
Virgll Malloy, male, Caucasian,
' '', pounds.
Robert Ryan, male, Caucasian....
-Buon giorno, Mr. elsenhower.
This is your a.m. wake-up call.
-Yes, I'm afraid.
Have a nice day, sir.
-What are you doing?
-What--? Sleeping. Why are you dressed?
-It's : day of. We gotta go. Let's go.
It's : .
The night before.
Oh, he's mean.
he's just mean-spirited.
-how many espressos did you have?
Yeah, come on.
I don't know if she's just confused...
...or she's really turned the corner
and hates me now.
You think I handled this wrong?
I was too forceful.
I was too American.
Maybe you're right,
maybe she has moved on.
You know, I talked to a doctor
about getting that tattoo removed.
But given its Iocation,
he advised against it.
That guy doing Potsie is unbellevabIe.
I mean, what's this guy's problem?
he's stitched us up twice in two weeks,
all over his ego.
It's the first decent evening we've
had together in I don't know how long.
All right, all right,
Iet's just stay on point here.
Let's go over the list again.
Who died and made you Danny?
I'm sorry. My emotions
are all over the pIace.
I was forceful, trying
to show good leadership--
-For fuck's sake. Let's go.
-You're a good leader.
All right, well,
Iet's go over the llst again.
-Not enough peopIe.
-Not enough peopIe.
-Not enough peopIe.
-No woman and not enough people.
hell in a handbasket?
We can't train a cat that quickly.
And not enough peopIe.
-What about Tess?
-What about her?
Well, you know how she
kind of looks like--
-Yeah, what's your point?
So we do a Lookie-loo.
-It's a Lookie-loo with a Bundle of Joy.
-A Lookie-Ioo with Tess...
...and a BundIe of Joy?
You've gone right out of your tree,
my son. he's mad.
It's crazy. It's Itallan-teIevision crazy,
and we're still one short.
No, think about it. She can get near the egg
during dayllght with haIf the system down.
I mean, that's a trifecta.
he might be right. Make the calls.
Linus CaIdwell, you are not
following the procedures...
...Danny talked about
if Terry Benedict shows up.
Something is wrong. What is wrong?
Danny's fine. He's with Rusty.
During this part of the plan,
they can't communicate with us.
Promise he isn't hurt.
I promise he isn't hurt.
You're gonna miss the deadllne.
Danny would be thrilled if you met him
in Rome when thejob's finished.
He misses you like crazy.
Plus, you studled art,
so I know how much you love Rome.
There's no downside here.
Wow, they're bringing you
aIong fast, aren't they?
Yes. Danny would be more thrilled...
...if you were on the p.m. out of JFK,
which means you have to leave right now.
I thought I'd requested a midsize.
-he wanted to be.
Did you have a nice flight? We weren't
sure if you were a window or aisle person.
-how long's Danny been in jall?
-Just a couple of days, really.
Which, you know, on the bright side,
he's completely safe from Benedict.
he told me everything was fine.
he lied right to me.
What I think he meant by ''fine''
is we're running low on time and money...
...and we're deeper in debt
than when we started.
I assume that you have a plan
to get him out.
-Actually, she sounds like her.
-No, she needs a Southern accent.
-Can you do a Southern--?
-What the hell is going on with you guys?
Not quite. The accent is crucial.
It's the first thing people notice.
-This ridiculous car, what is it doing?
-Okay, I'm sorry.
All right, I'm just gonna level with you.
Due to certain personneI losses...
...that we have sustained...
...we're-- Various readjustments
had to be made.
You're gonna have to play a small role
in this thing.
Okay? So can you put these on?
I'd like you to put this hat on.
You're gonna put on that,
and you're gonna stuff it with that.
And we'll turn around,
just give you a little moment.
Who am I supposed to be?
I can have-- We can make
the suite available.
No, no, no troubIe at all.
I mean, we would love-- We are honored
that she would think of us again.
Okay. Thank you.
how is this going to get Danny out?
-We needed someone famous.
-Why didn't you get someone famous?
Just think Four Weddings and a Funeral.
She wasn't in
Four Weddings and a Funeral.
''I.'' ''I wasn't in
Four Weddings and a Funeral.''
Just protect your fake baby.
-WeIcome back, Signora Roberts.
-Thank you. She's very tired.
-Take it. Take it.
Oh, let's hide. Let's hide.
My name is Teresa.
I thought I saw a friend of mine,
someone that I know.
No, absolutely not. You can't turn off
the pressure sensors. No.
Well, she can't touch it.
She's a movie star.
She's not the pope, for chrissake.
You're from Smyrna, Georgia.
You were born in .
-You like croquet and knitting.
-Your middle name is Fiona.
You've got dogs, seven horses.
-Your favorite color is peach.
-She doesn't have more horses than dogs.
-I can't do this. I can't.
-Tess, we're out of time.
No, we understand you're feeling
insecure. That is totally natural.
-You're playing an actress. They're insecure.
-No, I'm not insecure. I'm freaking out.
-Yes. That's right.
You're playing a role.
No, you're playing a role.
I'm apparently playing a real person.
-It's just wrong.
You mean, like, morally?
No. Well, yes.
Probably-- It's not the point.
The point is you want me to speak...
...for someone who's out there somewhere.
It's too personaI.
More personal than your husband
he won't do -to-life. Benedict will
have him killed immediately.
-I'm sorry, that was stupid.
We're gonna be in and out in minutes.
We have to. That's our time frame.
You don't even have to talk. Give them
a big smlle, wave at the cameras.
-That's all she ever does.
-But if you do say something...
...don't forget your accent.
Drop your G's, and longer voweIs.
It's gonna be fine.
You've gotta remember something.
You are an image to these peopIe.
You're like an object.
Nobody actually knows you.
The last thing this is gonna be is personaI.
-Aren't you overdue?
-Why are you in Rome?
-I'm here on vacation.
-I love you.
You are not supposed to fly
eight months pregnant.
-Is Danny here?
-No, no, I mean, he has--
-Yes. Yes and no. he's working.
-Bruce. Glen Snackwell, publlcity.
-I'm a big fan.
Great. You fired Marcy?
You fired Marcy. Two weeks ago,
you told me I should go with Marcy.
-Tell him what happened with Marcy, Glen.
-There's a story?
-Always a story with Marcy.
-You look fantastic.
-Such a surprise.
-You should sit down.
I'm with the studio.
Marcy's still very much in the picture.
I just wanted to get you for a second.
We're looking to come off
this baby thing strong.
You know, that little statue on the mantle
starts smirking at you after a while.
You know what I'm saying?
-Not really, Glen, no.
hey, Jules, that reminds me.
I've been meaning to call you
since the girls and I were in Taos.
-It's so good to see you.
-Come here. These are a mess.
Anyway, Tallulah left her
SpongeBob blanket in the red casita.
-So, what I wanna do-- here.
-Is call Marcus...
...and have him get ahold of Louise
so we can make arrangements to get it.
he's home now, right?
-I need to talk to Marcus.
-That's so funny. What a coincidence.
-Go ahead. talk to him.
Over by the window, with the reception.
No, it's Julia. Who's this?
It's Julla. I'm with Bruce Willis.
You're with Bruce right now?
Can I speak with him?
Oh, yes, Tallulah's SpongeBob.
-I'm sorry, can I talk to him for a sec?
-Did it drop out?
-Yes, it fell out.
-That's been happening all week.
-Put that phone away right now.
hang it up and put it away.
Do you have any idea how vuInerabIe...
...a fetus' brain is to the eIectromagnetic
fieId created by your cell phone?
You might as well point a gun
at her stomach.
-I'm Bruce Willis.
-I am Julla's physician.
-he's a doctor.
What happened to Dr. Webber?
-You know, Doc...? he was sick.
-Dr. Webber is on vacation.
-Well, he's sick.
-he's sick on vacation.
-Sick on vacation.
-Don't you hate that? Sick on vacation.
Sorry to have jumped on you, Mr. Willis.
You do very good actings.
It doesn't matter. If we are to get there
at : and do that....
-I say - .
-Closer than that.
- - they don't make it to the museum.
- - they don't make it to the Egg Room.
-She's still my wife.
-She's a novice. You said so.
-Led by an apprentice.
-Being tracked by a pro.
You want her to win.
-You know which her.
-The one that started all this.
-Good. For a minute--
-Why would I say that? It's not her fauIt.
-Yeah, who are you talking about?
-I loved it, but I figured it out.
-Not a Iot of peopIe did.
-The second she doesn't...
...talk to you in the restaurant, I knew--
You figured that out.
-Yeah, I mean, the movie still works for me.
Can we just--? Does she really
need to be rushing this quickIy?
-She's practically jogging.
...mothers routineIy give birth in
rice paddies and then go right back to work.
-Amazing women over there.
She will not have it in a rice paddy.
She'll be at her own paddy.
And she will be very comfortable
because she will be strong...
...from this walk and this exercise.
Was she worth it?
The moment that she doesn't talk to you
in the restaurant, I knew.
-Your friends didn't tell you?
-That's when you figured it out, huh?
-But the movie was still enjoyabIe for me.
If everybody's so freaking smart, how come
the movie did $ million worIdwide...
Doctor, you might wanna
call the rice paddy now.
SeaI off the museum. Nobody in or out.
-Bring-- Bring it, bring it.
-Sit her down. Sit her down.
-Everybody just reIax.
-Can you hear me? talk to me.
-She is fine. She is fine.
She's good? Okay, that's it.
We're done here. No more pictures.
-Thank you, Bruce Willis.
-Just don't worry.
-Thank you, museum. We are code four.
-WaIk sIowIy, like you're doing.
We'll get you into the car
as fast as we can.
Okay, we're not stopping. Don't stop.
-We're on our way out.
IsabeI Lahiri, I'm with the museum.
It is so great to meet you.
-We're very Iate.
-I'm sorry, this won't take Iong.
I don't wanna be an annoying fan,
but my boyfriend is such a huge fan.
I can't Iet you Ieave unIess you sign
something for him. Do you mind?
-That's very unorthodox.
-Sorry, it won't take Iong.
-What's his name?
-his name's Robert.
Aren't you a lefty?
I thought you were a lefty.
She is a lefty.
Often pregnant women
You are a big fan.
She doesn't necessarlly
have to sign lefty.
Oh, thanks so much. This is great.
Okay. We're on the move.
Thank you. You take care, now.
And one more thing.
I just got off the phone...
...with someone called Marcy who put you
on a pIane from Taos, New Mexico to L.A...
...where you have a : meeting
about a fllm, Clowns Can't Sleep.
Anyway, she just wanted me to Iet you
know everyone's running a llttIe Iate...
...and was wondering if you could
make it at : instead.
I knew it.
Shame on you.
I don't think we've met. Bruce.
IsabeI Lahiri. Nice to meet you.
Do you really have a boyfriend?
Or were you just--? Was that just
part of the whole thing with them?
So how'd it go?
I'm Section Chief Molly Starr.
I spoke to a very nice man at EuropoI
this morning, Commissioner Greisman.
he wants you on the next fllght
There seems to be some irreguIarity
with your paperwork.
Let's start with that one.
Imagine yourseIf in a room...
...that's too short for you to stand up in
and not wide enough for you to lle down in.
A room with no llght, no heat...
...and stone walls scratched by the teeth
and nalls of desperate men...
...men driven crazy by isoIation.
You will have rats for company...
...and a small window that looks out
on the worId that has passed you by.
Your parents will grow old and die,
just like your dreams.
Your friends will forget your name,
tell your stories as their own...
...because what good is a story when
the person who owns it has vanished?
-What do you want?
-Testify against the others...
...in the Benedict case.
The Itallan charges will be dropped.
You and the others will be extradited
to the U.S. this afternoon.
PIead, and you waIk with paroIe.
Think about it, Linus.
For a moment there,
I was already forgetting your name.
Just hang on a sec.
-Well, I bIew the meet with Matsui.
Let me guess. he pulled
a Lost in TransIation on you.
That's his idea of fun for first-timers.
-I mean-- how do I not see these things?
-Don't get down on yourseIf.
-We talked about this.
I hope Danny and Rusty appreciate the job
you did in a tight jam. I am proud of you.
-We both are.
-You--? You told Dad?
-I had to, sweetheart.
-You told Dad?
-We were on vacation.
Great. Thanks. You're gonna be
dining out on this one for months.
''hey, remember the time your mom
had to come to Rome....''
Every time with him. It's like....
It's like a....
It's like a....
That was for keeping me in the dark.
And that-- That...
...is for making me a master thief.
...is for ruining our
second third anniversary.
Okay. Okay? Come here.
I'm sorry I kept you in the dark.
I'm sorry that I made you a thief.
And I'm very sorry that I ruined
our second third anniversary.
You forgive me?
What was Bruce Willis like? Was he--?
Follow it. That's Ryan's car.
Follow that one.
hey, wait, wait!
What the hell is going on?
Your father's alive, Izzy.
Your mom lled to you...
-...to keep you from him. he's alive.
-What are you talking about?
When they divorced, she told him if he
contacted you, she'd go to the cops...
...with everything to put him in jall.
how do you know that?
And why should I believe you?
I don't believe you, okay?
You know where he is?
I know somebody who does.
There's nothing back there
but a forged .
-No. Really? No.
That'd be horribIe.
It's hard, you know, for dinners.
Well, you must have very good contacts.
I hear it usually takes days
to buy your way out.
-Tess, this is François TouIour.
-Madame Ocean, at Iast.
Shouldn't you be somewhere else
by now, like...
...Outer Mongolla, maybe?
Well, before we get to that,
we just wanted to ask you one question.
-What is that?
-how'd you do it?
Oh, so that's why you came.
You wanna know.
Well, I guess that's normaI.
But I got another deal for you.
You both recognize that I'm the best,
and I'll tell you my secret.
Make it if you get him to tell us...
-...and tell him that he is the best.
-I won't tell him because you're the best.
-All right. Thank you.
We'll tell you you're the best
after you tell us how you did it.
how can I refuse
a dying man's Iast request?
The egg arrived in Rome at : p.m.
the Saturday before it went on display.
-It was at the museum by p.m.
-Wait a minute, hold on.
You stole it that evening?
With the museum locked down?
How'd you get in the building?
How'd you get past the sensors?
Why didn't my recon team see you?
-Don't touch my thing.
-I didn't touch your thing. Like it works.
You got greasy hands, you put them
on the Iens. Now I can't see.
-You can't see anything.
-I see you. You look like a retard.
You look like a retard.
I'll pay you a million dollars if you don't
speak for a month. One month.
-I wanna eat your whole head.
-Go ahead. A million dollars. No joke.
Right. With no equipment, no rope.
Of course. Come on, don't tell me
you don't know how to do that.
how did you get by the Iaser fieId
in the Great hall?
The Iaser fieIds. Well....
Okay. TouIour, you're the best.
Well, thank you, Danny.
Good. Now, if you can just
get us our money...
...we'll be going.
The money that you agreed
to pay Benedict if we won.
-We're under a deadllne.
-No, no, no, you don't understand.
You didn't win.
You Iost. And not onIy did you Iose...
...your entire crew got pinched.
I gotta tell you something.
You don't look anything like her.
Eventually, the nose, but the ears--
I mean, the way you waIk
and you dress....
That means that you spoke to LeMarc.
You spoke to LeMarc?
Since I'm dead, I think my invoIvement
in this should stay among the three of us.
It's ironic that the soIution to all of
our probIems will be provided by TouIour.
I'm sure I provoked him by agreeing with my
American friend that you might be better.
I apoIogize sincereIy for the troubIe
I've caused you.
-There's no need.
Remember, from the time you see TouIour
at his vllIa and the challenge begins...
...you must assume he will have you
under survellIance everywhere you go.
You'll have to put on
a very eIaborate show.
The egg, the reaI egg...
...will be carried in a backpack
on a train Ieaving Gare du Nord...
-...at : a.m.
You saved our lives, Gaspar.
Yeah. And I'm still getting
the better of you.
And I stoIe a repllca?
Your paintings are in a high-security
warehouse in Mllan.
It's Via Andreotti, unit .
-Security code is - - - - --
- - - . Thank you.
Listen, all games aside, that was--
That was very good.
That was good. how'd you do that?
Well, I told you one story tonight.
I think that'll be enough. So now...
...if you, both of you, could pIease....
-Whose house is this?
-It beIongs to a thief I know in Paris.
he knows my father?
Probably better than anyone.
Who is he?
-he heIped with the whole Night Fox thing.
-What's his name?
his reaI name? I don't know, actually.
I've onIy known him as LeMarc.
Oh, my God.
Where the hell have you been?
Oh, my God.
So we done?
-Is it actually good?
-It's good. Trust me.
I don't trust you, and I don't trust Ocean.
If it's good, we're done.
These grudges, they're awfuI.
Danny's had enough of this meshugaas.
And the competition,
it's worse than our business.
AIways some new young punk
trying to prove himseIf.
Guys like Ocean, they keep coming back.
They don't like to Iose.
-Too much ego, too much pride.
-Maybe for some guys, but not Danny.
Trust me on that.
Danny don't feel like he Iost in all this.
It's hard to believe,
but that's how he feels.
Well, if he tries anything-- If anybody
tries anything, I'll be waiting.
Terry, I can't predict the future.
I pay professionaIs to do that,
and even they get it wrong sometimes.
I can't say that nobody'll ever
try to rob from you again.
But I can say this: If, God forbid,
anything does happen to you...
...we will not be invoIved.
You better not be, Reuben.
You better not be.
Good to see you guys.
You don't remember? You put me
through hell, and you don't remember?
-You're more beautifuI than ever.
-And you're big.
Oh, my God.
-Oh, my God.
You're all under arrest.
You're thieves. You're crooks.
IsabeI, Livingston Dell.
The adult tabIe. That's the kids' tabIe.
-Let me cIear that for you.
Can I get another beer?
-I feel I know you.
-Wait, wait. We didn't-- We didn't bet.
You want five?
Is that a joke?