Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia

Money Heist

Netflix original crime drama La Casa de Papel dropped its third season July 19, 2019.

#LaCasaDePapel series 4 is currently in production.

rottentomatoes: N/A

metacritic: N/A

imdb: 8.6

International Emmys: 1 win



Tokyo, Silene Oliveira, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Úrsula Corberó

Silene Oliveira (Tokyo)

Silene Oliveira and her associates lift €984m($1.1b) cash off a royal mint outside of Madrid, Spain.

Tokyo, Silene Oliveira, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Úrsula Corberó


Tokyo, Silene Oliveira, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Úrsula Corberó“My name’s Tokyo.  But when this story started, that wasn’t my name.  This was me.  And this, the love of my life.  The last time I saw him I left him in  a pool of blood with his eyes open.  We did 15 clean robberies, but mixing love and work never works.  So, when the security guard shot, I had to change my job.  From robber to murderer.  And that’s how I started to run away.  Somehow, I was dead too.  Or almost dead.  I had been hidden 11 days and my photo wallpapered police stations all over Spain.  I’d get 30 years’ sentence.  And I’m really not the type of girl who likes getting old in the cell of a prison.  I prefer running away.  Body and soul.  And if I can’t take my body there, at least let my soul escape.  I had no time left and there were important things I had to do.  Just one, really.” — Tokyo

“Mum?  Haven’t you seen the news?  All those things they say about me.  You know what?  I’m thinking about going on a journey.  I may join a Chinese ship.  As a cook.  Didn’t you say I couldn’t even make an omelette?  So I’ll learn.  What do you think?  Don’t talk nonsense.  Of course you’ll see me.  I’ll buy you a ticket so you come to visit me.  Are you alone?  Mum, are you alone?  Then go to the street, as if you went to the market.  And that day, the day I was going to the slaughterhouse, my guardian angel appeared.  But you never know for certain what a guardian angel looks like, and you’d never imagine he’d appear in a Seat Ibiza of 1992.  No.  For a moment I thought about the Chinese and that I hate people who spit.  Who are you, a policeman?  And that’s how I met the Professor, pointing a gun to his balls.  The good things about relationships is that you finally forget how they started.  Nobody had done a job like that, neither in New York, nor in London, nor in Monte Carlo.  So if my picture was again in the papers, at least it’d be due to the biggest robbery ever.” — Tokyo

“That’s why I ended up being Tokyo.  The one looking at my arse is Mr. Berlin.  Under arrest warrant.  27 robberies.  Jewelleries, auction houses and security vans.  His biggest job, the Champs Elysees, in Paris.  434 diamonds.  He’s like a shark in a swimming pool.  You can swim with him, but you’re never calm.  And he was the boss in charge of the assault.  The one who coughs is Mr. Moscow.  The first thing he dug was a mine, in Asturias.  Then he understood that digging upwards he’d go further.  Six fur shops, three clock shops and the Caja Rural in Avilés.  He uses the thermal lance and any industrial equipment.  The one sitting behind Moscow is Denver, his son.  Drugs, teeth, broken ribs.  He’s the king of fights in discos.  Pure hot blood.  In a perfect plan, a time bomb.  Rio.  He’s my weakness.  He’s like Mozart, but with computers.  He programmes since he was six and knows everything about alarms and electronics.  For the rest of things in life it’s as if he had been born yesterday.  And those are the Siamese twins, Helsinki and Oslo.  Even the most sophisticated plan needs soldiers and who better than two Serbs.  Maybe they think, but, frankly, we’ll never know.  Nairobi, a hardened optimist.  She has forged banknotes since she was 13.  And now she’s our quality manager.  She might be crazy, but she’s really funny.  The Professor, no criminal record, no register.  The last time he renewed his ID he was 19.  To all intents, a ghost, but a very smart ghost.  Professor.  What are we robbing?” — Tokyo

“Who is it?  Rio, man.  If the Professor sees us, he’ll kill us, don’t you know?  What’s up?  What’s up?  What’s this?  An engagement badge?  Right, but we’re not allowed to know each other’s names.  How should I tell you this?  Our affair has been very well, okay?  Great.  We have slept together some evenings… sincerely, I don’t think we’re the perfect couple.  Yes, we do fuck well, wonderfully.  But you need something more than fucking well to be a couple, right?  Really, Rio, I wish we had… not anymore.  Look, Rio, when all this is over, maybe you and I will go to Tahiti and see if this works, but tomorrow I ony want to think about one thing: not to get killed.  Rio.” — Tokyo

“Everything was so calm during the hours of dawn that it seemed the plan was going smoothly.  The Professor was our Big Brother.  He controlled the police radio and 18 cameras, so if somebody wanted to fuck us, we’d know it well in advance.  We took turns to watch the hostages, the entries and of course the production.  After only 20 hours there the presses had already spit 52 million euros, so at that point we all thought it was possible.  But all that calm was just the calm before the storm.  Things were going to screw up so much, we would be on the bring of losing the game.  And if you ask me why, I’ll say it’s due to a simple love story.  After all, love is a good reason to make everything go wrong.” — Tokyo

“Who do you think I am?  I think I am a fickle person who fucks everyone up.  It’s like I could see myself in a film, and I didn’t… recognize myself.  Because I thought I was… different, but in fact I’m a fucking mad woman who causes pain, and gets bored of everything.  And who doesn’t make people happy.  And I don’t like the way I am, nor this fucking book that I saw here in the CEO’s office.  It says I’m a toxic woman.  Rio, mate… I’m burnt soil.  Worse.  I’m a fucking petrol drum and a match.  No, it doesn’t have to be now.” — Tokyo

“What’s that?  That is if the euro still exists.  Listen.  Listen to me.  Things are going to get real ugly.  And I’m not one to sit and watch.  I come out with guns blazing.  But you don’t.  I need to ask you a favor.  When the party starts… you have to turn yourself in.  You wave a white flag and turn yourself in.  It’ll make things easier for you when things get complicated.  Okay.  Party time.” — Tokyo

“I thought I’d never see you again.  He told me.  I leave dead bodies behind me wherever I go.  Berlin kicked me out and I came back.  And I put everyone’s lives in danger.  I just had to come back, didn’t I?  And now the dead body is Moscow.  I’m a fucking black cat that curses the people it crosses.” — Tokyo

“My name is Tokyo.  Remember me?  The Caribbean.  For over two years, my life has been a romantic movie.  We fish our own food.  Naked, wild… but with some luxury.  And all of this is about to get fucked by one simple thought that’s about to enter my head.  We’ve been here for more than two years.  Paradise is wonderful when your life is dull… and full of traffic jams… so you go there sometimes.  Rio… I need to get out of here.  I need the hubbub.  I need people.  I need not to know where I’ll be tomorrow.  It may be for a bit, but I can’t be sure.  Best to say it’s forever.  Rio… rock on.” — Tokyo

“I can behave like a good girl for a while.  But little by little, my naughty side starts to come out and eventually it explodes.  And when I turn into Sputnik three days fly by.  They zip by so quickly that you forget the only important thing you have to do.” — Tokyo

“Rio’s position traveled from the Guna Yala islands in the Caribbean, to Europol in one second.  Then from Europol to the National Intelligence Centre in 50 seconds.  Less than a minute later, Prieto was awake.  Mine reached them even faster.  The phone was secure, but the Libyan seller wasn’t.  Hey, Rio.  Sorry about the delay.  How are you?  So you want a date?  Then pick a city.  And I’ll be there. What?  What?” — Tokyo

“Guilty.  Guilty.  That’s how I felt while thinking about every happy moment.  I had shared with Rio… since we got free.” — Tokyo

“Hello?  My name is Tokyo, and I’m looking for my handler.  In a moment.  What about you?  Where are you going?  I imagine the same happens in every paradise.  In the end, someone bits the apple and everything goes to shit.  It took me 11 days to reach the temple where my handler left me.  After an oil tanker, two cargo planes and who knows how many buses… .. my guardian angel appeared.  Hello.  I don’t think I’ve ever been so happy to see somebody.” — Tokyo

“Professor… have you heard from Rio?  What’s that bitch doing here?  You know who changes sides during a war?  Traitors.  The lowest of the low.  You know what happens with those rats?  They can change sides once, twice, a hundred million times.  She’ll betray you!  She’ll betray you as she betrayed them.  Why not?  How can you know?  Tell me!  Really?  Sure?  Down in your pants?  Nice smack you delivered.  We’re not going to get along like that, Inspector.  Eleven days.  When we split into two ships, we were in port in Casablanca for 24 hours.  He bought them on the black market.  From a Libyan.  In Casablanca… they were unregistered.  Professor… are you completely sure Rio’s been caught?  But nothing’s been published.  He was arrested 11 days ago.  It’s the best news the government can announce.  Why would they keep it secret?  It’s a bombshell.  How long can they keep him hidden?  Where’s he being held?  They’re not torturing him, are they?  They can’t torture him.  It’s the 21st century.  Professor.  We need to get Rio out.  Are you listening?  We need to rescue Rio.  Yes.  Helsinki.  Professor!  Professor!  Tell me you’re going to save Rio.  Do you want to come with me?  Rio isn’t coming.  He’s been arrested.  Seventeen days ago on a Caribbean island.  It hasn’t made the papers.  He’s in some shithole, being tortured.  He used a satellite phone.  Guys… we must help him.  Denver.  He’s being plunged into a bathtub, with a bag around his head.  Do you understand?  She’s one of us.” — Tokyo

“How are we going to rescue Rio?  A robbery?  That’s how we’ll rescue him?  What are we going to rob?  Gold?  That’s a big one, isn’t it?  And that idea just came to you now, looking at the sunrise?  Your father’s?  Did they believe you?” — Tokyo

“The Professor never imagined that one day he would have to make that suicidal plan his own.  Nowadays, wars start with bombings.  Ours did as well.  That day, 140 million euros poured out over Madrid.  That was our way of saying… ‘we’re back.'” — Tokyo

“But happiness is a lightning bolt.  An exhalation, and then, you fall.  When you’ve touched the sky, the fall is colossal.” — Tokyo

“That’s how my fall started.  Suddenly, I felt like an oil tanker that reaches the end of the world and plunges into the abyss.  And while you fall, you can only look up and see how what you loved the most becomes smaller and smaller.” — Tokyo

“Love is like two people on a seesaw.  When one goes up, the other goes down.  The balance is always fucked.  Thanks to time, monotony, or because of people like me.  The ones who only know one way to get rid of pain: by giving it back.” — Tokyo


Rio, Aníbal Cortés, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Miguel HerránRio, Aníbal Cortés, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Miguel HerránAníbal Cortés (Rio)

“It’s me, let me in.  I know, I know.  I have to talk to you.  Sit down.  Sit down, jeez.  Tomorrow’s the robbery.  And we have no fucking idea what is going to happen.  That’s why I want you to know I’m serious with you and I understand perfectly that, well, that you’re not a child any more and… and you may be looking for… a more serious commitment.  That’s why I want to give you something.  I didn’t buy you a ring because we’re locked up here, but as soon as I go out I’ll buy you such a big gem you’ll need to carry your hand in a fucking wheelbarrow.  Now at least you’ll know my real name.  Well, don’t look at it.  But it’s yours.  What do you mean, some?  Jeez, all of them.  But four or five… don’t we fuck well?  That’s a start, right?  Are you saying that because I’m 12 years younger than you?  I’m going to have 300 million euros, right?  I’m not a child, my life is settled.  What do you mean with ‘had?’  There was love. There was, I was there.  There’s another man, right?” — Rio

“What’s the matter?  Have you been crying.  The fucking best woman.  If you’re trying to break up with me, make me go away or something like that, don’t you dare.  I love bonfires.  And if you’re toxic, I’ll feel dizzy.  With a joint, and I’ll enjoy it.  Look here.  When I see you at the other side of the museum, it makes me feel like crying… just for being with you.  And we fuck and I’m floating around the room.  I know you will leave me.  But why don’t we cope with each other a little longer?  Does it have to be now?” — Rio

“Four hundred sixty thousand euros.  A little bit in case we get caught.  To start from scratch, you and me.  When we get out of jail.  I’m going to hide it here.  Behind our tile.  I’m going to make a hole with a saw.  Then I’ll seal it up again.  In a few years we’ll come back and buy a flat in La Manga.  Shit, you’re right.  No, you’re not going to start again about breaking up, are you?  Wait until we get arrested and do it with a letter or something.  I know.  When things get complicated… I’ll be with you.  When the party starts… I’ll be with you.  No matter the risk.  And you know what?  I only wave the white flag when Real Madrid wins.  So how about it, do we fuck?  Okay.  Is it not a good time?  Party time, then?” — Rio

“What’s the matter?  Moscow isn’t a dead body, okay?  He’s going to make it and we’re all going to get out of here together.  No.  You’re a black panther, my black panther.” — Rio

“Two years in paradise.  You need a change of scenery, don’t you?   And I’m not part of the plan… am I?  We had a good run.  I get it.  I’ll also leave.  An adventure will do us both good.  In case we want to talk.  It’s a satellite phone.  I bought it on the black market with Helsinki.  It’s unregistered.  Turn it on every three days, at 6:00 p.m.  If either of us needs to call, turn it on for five minutes then off again if there’s no contact.  Okay?  My number is on the back.  Come on… it’s going to get dark soon.  Rock on.” — Rio

“Tokyo, pick up… shit, Tokyo, turn it on.  Shit!  Hey, Tokyo.  I’m here.  Three days watching time pass by on this fucking island.  I can’t take it anymore.  I can’t stand the Gunas’ food.  For fuck’s sake, I grew up eating pizzas, burgers, fries, sausages… that’s what I want.  I don’t want to be with these guys!  You can’t even make them laugh.  I wanna party with you and dance and get wasted until our pupils look like a raccoon’s.  That’s what I want, Tokyo, fuck!  Even if it’s just a date.  Of course I want a date.  Rio de Janeiro.  Shit!  Patrol boats.  Patrol boats!  Run, Tokyo!  They found us.” — Rio


El Profesor, Sergio Marquina, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Álvaro MorteSergio Marquina (El Profesor)

“Excuse me, have you got a minute?  Cooking in a Chinese ship only has one advantage, you don’t have to do the washing-up.  Wait, wait.  You’re going to the slaughterhouse, there’s a squad waiting for you and they have a car since six days ago… may I?  May I?  They’re already in your mother’s house.  That’s why I came to help you.  I want to propose you some business, a robbery, a robbery that’s… singular.  I’m looking for people who… well, people who don’t have much to lose.  What do you think about… 2,400 million euros.” — El Profesor

“I welcome you and… I thank you for having accepted this… this job offer.  We’ll live here, far from the worldly noise.  Five months, the five months we’ll spend studying how to do the job.  Look, people spend years studying to earn a salary, a salary which, in the best of cases, is just a salary, a shitty salary.  What are five months?  I’ve been thinking about this… for much longer.  Not to have to ever work again.  Neither you nor your children.  Okay.  You don’t know each other yet and I want it to go on like that.  I don’t want any names, or personal questions, or, of course, personal relationships.  I want each of you to choose a name, something simple.  It can be numbers, planets, cities… it’ll be cities.  Cities.  Okay.” — El Profesor

“Think that every day they’ll talk about us in the news, every family in the country will be wondering what we’re doing.  And you know what they’ll think?  They’ll think: ‘bastards!  I wish I had come up with that idea.’  We’re not stealing… anybody’s money, because they’ll even think we’re nice.  And that is vital.  It’s vital we have the public opinion on our side.  We’re going to be the fucking heroes of all those people.  But very careful, because the moment there is a single drop of blood, this is very important, if there’s a single victim, we’ll stop being Robin Hoods and we’ll simply become sons of a bitch.  Miss Tokyo.  The Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre.” — El Profesor

“Let’s go away.  I wrap up this cider thing in a few days, and you and I go to a country in the Caribbean.  Well, look, we take your mother… and your daughter, and we bring them with us.  Can you imagine raising your daughter on a sunny beach?  Raquel… Raquel, I don’t want this to wear off.  I don’t want to ignore this… this desire to feel alive because I’ve never felt it this strongly.  Right now, I would.  I have a plan B.  Finish with the robbery.  Do what you have to do… and then we go.  Okay.  Okay.” — El Profesor

“Raquel.  Sooner or later, all this will end.  And you and I will meet on a beach.  But you have to choose a place.” — El Profesor

“It would have been a lot easier for me too if none of this had happened.  It was the only the only actual crack in an otherwise perfect plan.  A plan that was perfect and no longer is.  You know why?  Because even if this all goes well… even if it all goes well, I’ll be… I’ll be fucked.  Because I won’t ever see you again.  You think it was in my plans to fall in love with the inspector in charge of the case?  You don’t want to hear me?  Why don’t you want to hear me, Raquel?  You’ve been taught to see everything by way of good and bad guys.  But what we’re doing is okay to you when other people do it.  In the year 2011, the European Central Bank made 171 billion euros out of nowhere.  Just like we’re doing.  Only bigger.  185 billion in 2012.  145 billion euros in the 2013.  Do you know where all that money went?  To the banks.  Directly from the factory to the pockets of the rich.  Did anyone say that the European Central Bank was a thief?  No.  ‘Liquidity injections,’ they called it.  And they pulled it out of nowhere, Raquel.  Out of nowhere.  What’s this?  This is nothing, Raquel.  This is paper.  It’s paper, you see?  It’s paper.  I’m making a liquidity injection, but not for the bankers.  I’m doing it here, in the real economy.  With this group of… of losers, which is what we are, Raquel.  To get away from it all.  Don’t you want to get away?” — El Profesor

“Ladies and gentlemen, 200 nautical miles.  We just made it into international waters.  Finish the champagne.  We need new guidelines.  Come on.  We’ve managed to escape, but now comes the most difficult part.  Staying alive.  Don’t open them yet, wait until you’re on your own.  Safe houses.  Every couple has one.  So you and Helsinki will stick together?  Great.  You’ll be under protection and surveillance.  So, Interpol’s reach will be very weak.  Now now, Denver.  Open them when you’re on your own.  I’m the only one who should know your whereabouts at any given moment.  Each number belongs to a continent.  A continent on which you might find yourself in need of help.  Commit them to memory.  Now.  These are phone numbers.  In an emergency, call the number that corresponds with your location to speak with your handler.  The handlers are sleeper cells that will bring you to me safely.  Not joining them?  What about me?  I hope you won’t ever need to find out, Miss Tokyo.” — El Profesor

“Miss Tokyo.  Welcome to Thailand.  Raquel.  Pack your bags.  Tokyo’s here.  Raquel, Raquel… until we know for sure what’s happened, you must take your mother and your daughter to Mindanao.  It’s for the best.  Calm down.  She’s one of us now.  Tokyo… Tokyo!  Tokyo, please… that won’t happen.  I know.  And I’m absolutely sure.  Well, after this touching reunion, let’s go have some tea.  Please.” — El Profesor

“How long ago was that?  Where did you get the satellite phones?  Of course they were.  He’d have rung his handler like you.  Don’t you think?  I don’t know, Tokyo.  I don’t know.  Sure they can.  At a height of 35,000 feet, above any jurisdiction, on the CIA flights or in Guantanamo.  Even Spain had terrorist commandoes.  Are you fucking kidding me, Tokyo?  Were you born yesterday?  Did you buy any more phones?  We have to gather everyone.  How, Tokyo?  We don’t even know what country, prison or goddamn hole he is in.  We know nothing.  Nothing.  I’m so happy to see you.  Miss Gaztambide.  No.  For safety reasons.  Yes, Denver.  That face… you’re looking at is the same face your dad was looking at while you were trying to dig the tunnel.  She didn’t leave his side, not for a second.  Tokyo was there.  Rio made a mistake.  But you also made some mistakes.  You dragged your dad to the rooftop.  You two could have been killed.  But the gang was there.  Helsinki, you took the car to the scrapyard, but didn’t crush it.  We fixed it.  The gang was there.  You stopped the machines late, Nairobi.  And the police came in.  And you could escape through the tunnel because Berlin… stayed to hold them back.  He gave us the seconds we needed.  The gang was there.  The one not here now.  Is Berlin.  Neither is Oslo.  Nor Moscow.  I made a mistake.  I lost control.  But the gang was there.  Now Rio has made a mistake, like we all have.  I can’t ask you to feel what I feel, but… I feel truly responsible that some… son of a bitch… is giving him electric shocks while he hangs from his ankles.” — El Profesor

“With a robbery.  That’s what we’re good at.  It will begin with… a robbery.  But… but we’re really going to defy the system.  This time we won’t be those guys who kidnap people to make their own money.  We’ll be the guys who take a stand.  The guys who say, ‘enough is enough.’  What they’re doing to Rio is a declaration of war.  And we are the resistance.  Right?  The gold.  Not just gold.  The gold.  The only gold that matters.  The national reserve of the Bank of Spain.  Never bigger.  No, it’s not my plan.  No.  It’s not my father’s.” — El Profesor

“Andrés.  This is ‘the humble abode in the country’ you were going to rent?  I know how to break into the Royal Mint.  The back door.  On the truck with the spools of paper.  Andrés, there’s people here.  They’re monks!  And… what did you tell them?  Andrés, do you sleep in a cell?  What’s all this?  Wait a minute.  I’ve told you a million times: you may get the gold, but, Andrés, there’s no way you’ll leave th Bank of Spain alive.  What do you mean ‘insignificant details?’  Well… yes, she’s really pretty.” — El Profesor

“Okay.  Most of you know the rules, but since there are some new faces, we’d better review them.  First of all, no personal relationships.  Well, that rule’s been… the second rule is: no first or last names.  By making a racket.” — El Profesor


Lisbon, Raquel Murillo, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Itziar ItuñoLisbon, Raquel Murillo, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Itziar Ituño

Chief Inspector Raquel Murillo (Lisbon)

“You would cross the ocean with a mother, a daughter and a grandmother?  Damn, it’s just… it’s so crazy… that… I can’t imagine myself doing anything else.  Okay.  Okay.” — Lisbon

“Mom!  Mom!  Mom, are you okay?  Are you okay?  Are you cold?  Let’s get out of the water.  Come on.  Yes, yes… it’s okay, darling.  Grandma was just… my mom was fully dressed in the water again.  How did your trip go, darling?  What’s going on?  And even though this place isn’t safe, you’re going to stay.  Because you have to fix a problem for Tokyo.  On your own.  If you are thinking of hiding me so she won’t see me, you’d better think again.  Put it this way.  I changed sides.  If the Professor tells you I’m one of you, then I’m one of you.  Is that clear?  Lisbon.  My name is Lisbon.  The vendor sold us out for the reward money.  Seventy-two hours.  Of course he’s being tortured.  In any democratic country, there’s a backyard for playing dirty in case things turn nasty.  And we’ve made things very nasty for them.  Well, you did.” — Lisbon


Stockholm, Mónica Gaztambide, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Esther AceboMónica Gaztambide (Stockholm)

“Let’s toast in silence.  Don’t wake the boy up.  Your house is so beautiful.  Please, sit down.  Sit down.” — Stockholm


Nairobi, Ágata Jiménez, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Alba FloresÁgata Jiménez (Nairobi)

“Professor, it’s Nairobi.  Berlin is indisposed.  So from now on, I’m in charge.  Let the matriarchy begin.” — Nairobi

“There you go!  Hell yeah!  We’re rich!  Rich!  Come on!  What’s this?  Of course.” — Nairobi

“Slow down, Helsinki!  Slow down, this is not funny!  Helsinki!  Asshole!  My dress!  What’s up?  Nobody is going to hug me or what?  Say it with an Argentinian accent.  Where’s Rio?  How did they find him?  Was he in danger?  There were rules.  No Europe.  No phones.  No way… I’ll go!” — Nairobi

“Professor.  Let’s get down to business How are we going to break into the Bank of Spain?” — Nairobi


Denver, Daniel Ramos, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Jaime LorenteDaniel Ramos (Denver)

“Move over, you idiot!  Fuck you!  And your rotten bananas!  I love you!  I didn’t do anything.” — Denver

“Professor… we have 10 million now.  Do you think we’re going back to school?” — Denver

“Professor!  Professor!  You can say ‘Mrs!’  We got married!  Balinese rites, an elephant and everything.  Tokyo!  Tokyo!  Tokyo!  Tokyo!  The worst Argentinian accent I’ve ever heard.  For real.  It feels live heaven in here.  What the fuck are we doing here?  Safety reasons, what safety reasons?  Rio didn’t know where we were.  Let’s see… what the fuck are we doing here?  Do you really think we’re going to rescue Rio?  Jesus Christ… you made me cross the world with a small baby to tell me that shit?  Are you smoking opium in Asia, Professor?  This isn’t a fucking video game.  You’re not my boss.  You owe me your fucking life.  Do you understand that?  You owe me all this.  That fucking backyard and even that fucking sea because you can’t bring my dad back.  Got it?  Listen, I have a son.  I fucking swear I won’t let him suffer as much as I did.  Ask him yourself if he wants his daddy to get riddled with bullets.  That’s exactly what I think.  Sorry but that’s his fucking problem.  Here we go again.” — Denver


Helsinki, Yashin Dasáyev, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Darko PericYashin Dasáyev (Helsinki)

“Professor!  Rich!” — Helsinki

“Professor!  Professor!  Hey, boludo.  Listen to me, congratulations.  When was that?  You’re not going, Nairobi.  Because if you’re going, I’m going too.” — Helsinki


Berlin, Andrés de Fonollos, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Pedro AlonsoAndrés de Fonollosa (Berlin)

“Little brother.  Welcome to Italy.  A country with art, class… where people are stylishly dressed.  Unlike you.  You look like a traveling salesman.  Follow me.  I’m taking you to my humble abode.  I’ve got so much to tell you.  You begin a search for a house with two bathrooms and a garden, and end up renovating a monastery.  Through the door?  Don’t worry, we don’t cross paths.  They’re the perfect neighbors.  Cistercians.  They live in one wing, we’re in the other.  Besides, they swore a vow of silence.  They swore to remain silent.  Not before a gun, or a judge, but before God Almighty.  Much more interesting, isn’t it?  That I’m an intellectual in need of austerity and solitude so I can write a treaty on theological philosophy.  I also paid for the refurbishment so they didn’t have to turn this beauty into a hotel.  They don’t need anything else.  They adore me.  Sometimes I even sing Gregorian chants with them.  Watch your head.  I intended to.  But I fell in love… with this chapel.  It’s wonderful, isn’t it?  Do you remember the plan to rob the hold from the Bank of Spain?  We found the answer.  And I think you’ll love it.  Let’s think about it later.  Don’t you think I look a bit different?  I have to tell you about a woman.  Look at this… little cutie.  Let me introduce you to Tatiana.  She’s madly in love.  A goddess.” — Berlin


Palermo, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Rodrigo De la SernaPalermo

“Sergio, my dearest friend.  Long time no see.  Come here.  It’s amazing.  We can obtain up to 90 tonnes of gold from there.  It’s the most intelligent piece of civil engineering since the Panama Canal… those are just insignificant details.  The gold comes first.  We’ll deal with the people after, okay?” — Palermo


Moscow, Agustín Ramos dos Hermanas, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Paco TousMoscow

“Dalí, son, a Spanish painter.  He was very good.” — Moscow


Bogotá, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Hovik KeuchkerianBogotá


Marseille, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Luka PerosMarseille


Cincinnati, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Atresmedia, Luca AntonCincinnati


Paula

“What happened, mom?” — Paula

Raquel’s Madre

“The water felt so good…” — Raquel’s Madre


Arturo Román, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Enrique ArceArturo Román

“Please.  There’s no time.  Hey!  For the last two and a half years, many of you have called me a hero.  No, you are wrong, I am no hero.  I’m just an ordinary man who was brave enough to refuse to kneel before terrorists.  That’s why… that’s why I can be here today.  My dignity remains intact.  Meanwhile, those rats… are still hiding in their holes.  Some people like those kidnappers.  Yes, believe me.  They find them funny.  And I keep wondering… is a criminal funny?  Can a terrorist be considered a hero?  How about the so-called Professor Robin Hood?  No!  Helsinki… the beast from the Balkans, kept me suffering for 24 hrs with an explosive to my chest.  Can he be anyone’s idol?  No!  I just hope… he feels guilty for what he did, every single minute of his pathetic life.  I rushed the so-called Denver, with just a pair of blunt scissors.  He had an M16.  Suicidal?  Maybe, but as a result, the first hostages could escape.  However, in exchange, he took what I loved most.  Mónica Gaztambide.  My love!  Yes, I’ve also made some mistakes.  I’ve also been one of the unfaithful.  One of the selfish and despicable.  As a result… I lost everything.  Nowadays, every single morning, I wake up and think of whatever happened to my son.  Life… life is lost if you don’t make your mind up and you let yourself go with the flow.  I was a hostage, but we have all been hostages to something.  To face that, you need to make up your mind.  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!  Repeat with me!  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!” — Arturo Román


Colonel Prieto, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Juan FernándezColonel Alfonso Prieto

“Prieto.  Contact the Panamian police now!  Come on, come on!  Come on, come on!  Come on!  Come on!  I got you, bitch!” — Colonel Prieto


Tokyo’s Handler

“Let’s go.  Go in.  They’ll come for you.” — Tokyo’s Handler

National Intelligence Centre

“Hello?  Colonel.  Europol has located Aníbal Cortés on an island in Panama.” — NIC

Europol

“Target is out of town.  Confirmed.  It’s Tokyo.  Police is on the way.  Police are in Cinta Costera.  Police is entering the Torrillo neighborhood.  Fuck.  Bitch.” — Europol

Europol 2

“That’s her.  We are about to reach the plaza.  Shit.” — Europol

Panamanian Swat Team

“Eagle to Fox 1, we’re taking off.  Eagle to Fox 1, we can’t see the target.  Bravo 2 in position.  Ready.  Lower your guns!  Lower your guns!  Easy.  Lower your guns.  Negative.  It’s not her.” — SWAT

Panamanian Swat Team #2

“Bravo 1 in position.  Go, go!” — SWAT

Panamanian Swat Team #3

“That way!  Go, go, go!  Come on, go!” — SWAT

Panamanian Dispatch

“Alpha team, through the alley.  Back!  Surround the building!  Alpha team through the passage!  Cubeta, go through the Bodegón Alley, in La Corrala Del Muerto.  Cubeta, she’s inside the courtyard.  We are surrounding.” — Dispatch

Panamanian Swat

“Don’t stop!  Come on!  Clear.  Moving forward.” — SWAT

Island Swat

“Hands up!  Get down!  I told you to get down!  Hands behind your back!  Don’t move!” — SWAT

Crowd

“Hero.  So brave.  No way!  No!  No!  No!  No!  Forget her!  Yes!  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!  I make up my mind!  I face my problems!” — Crowd

Club Security #2

“Come on!  Come on!  We’re 15 minutes late.  Come on!  On the stage.” — Security

Club Security

“He’s here.” — Security

Make up

“Just a second!  Only the brows.” — Make-up

Alison Parker, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, María PedrazaAlison Parker


Madre de Tokio, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Adelfa CalvoTokyo’s Madre

“Hello?  Oh, my girl.  How are you, sweetheart?  What’s happening?  Yes, of course I’ve seen them.  I don’t know, sweetheart.  What if they only eat Chinese food?  What does that journey mean, that I won’t see you again?  Visit you where?  At the cemetery?  Yes.” — Madre de Tokio


Alicia Sierra, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Najwa NimriAlicia Sierra


Ángel Rubio, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Fernando SotoÁngel Rubio


Colonel Tamayo, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Fernando CayoColonel Tamayo


Ariadna Cascales, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Clara AlvaradoAriadna Cascales


Suárez, Money Heist, La Casa de Papel, Netflix, Vancouver Media, Mario de la RosaSúarez



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