And on that point, members of the jury...
I rest my case.
Hi, Ken. Hello, Wanda.
Ken, this is Otto.
Hello, Ken. Wanda's told me a lot about you.
Hey, great fish!
A little squeeze of lemon, some tartar sauce, perfect.
George back yet?
No, he had to go to--
That's quite a stutter you've got there, Ken.
It doesn't bother me.
So George needs a weapons man, eh?
A cup of tea, Ken?
Yeah, he'd like one.
I had a good friend in the C.I.A. had a stutter.
It cost him his life, damn it.
Hello, George. Get you a scotch?
This is Otto.
You're Wanda's brother. It's good to be here, George.
England is a fine country.
She tell you what we need?
Something like that?
Something like that.
Had a good day?
I spent the morning trying to get the waste disposal man to come...
have lunch with Majorie Brooks who complained about her husband...
then I had to play three rubbers with Philippa Hunter...
and I come back here and Sanderson's have sent the wrong flowers.
Would you like some tea? Yes.
I won the case.
This is the first moment I've had to myself all day.
Hello, Portia. How was the show?
Awful, Daddy. I need a new horse.
I thought you liked Phantom. He's not fit for dog meat.
Can I change him please, Dad? It's vital and won't cost much.
We ought to ask Belinda. I thought you were making tea.
I am, darling. Sorry. Suppose I'd better get it.
Let me do it, please. No, I'll do it.
I won the case. Now this is cracked.
They're worth about 1 00,000 each. There are 1 35 of them.
That makes 1 3 million, my friends.
Dollars or pounds? Pounds, pet.
This is the big one.
What? The plan.
Yeah, great. No problem.
What was the middle thing about the police?
We don't meet up at Heathrow until Tuesday--
Oh, yeah. I haven't finished yet.
Because the police will watch all the airports...
for 72 hours.
You want me to...
get a big...
car for the getaway?
Yes, Ken. A limo, okay?
And put diplomatic plates on it, right?
What if he has to say something during the break-in?
Nobody says anything during the break-in, Otto.
It's okay, Otto. Ken's good.
So, next week...
we won't have to look for work...
and it won't have to look for us.
You really like animals, don't you, Ken?
What's the attraction?
Because you can trust them...
and they don't sh--
Shit on you? Show off all the time.
You know what Nietzsche said about them?
He said they were God's second blunder.
Well, you tell him from me...
that I could show you--
If you talk to Mom, tell her I said hi.
Don't let him touch you. One more day, we're together.
I'm sorry about my brother. I know he's insensitive.
He's had a hard life. Dad used to beat him up.
Anybody moves, and you're dead!
Look where you're going, chauvinist pig.
Really, people here just think they own the pavement.
That was fun. I love robbing the English.
They're so polite.
What is it, Ken? The dog.
We didn't hit the dog.
Twenty million dollars, he's worried about an insect.
It's not an in Stutter's not getting any better.
Have you thought about surgery? Shut up.
Let's split. Meet you at Heathrow on Tuesday.
Lie low. No celebrating.
See you in a couple of hours. Okay. Bye.
To 20 million. To a job well done.
To the best brother and sister team since--
Romeo and Juliet? Yeah.
Do you believe those Cockney klutzes bought our story? What morons!
I want you to know something. What?
Even if you were my brother, I'd still want to fuck you.
Make the call.
Make the call, Otto.
Are you really Italian?
My name is Otto. It means ''eight.'' Say ''Arrivederci a Georgio. ''
Goodbye, George. Can you put me through to the police?
Yes, hello. Sorry to trouble you.
I thought it might interest you to know the Hatton Garden robbery...
was pulled off by a Mr. George Thomason...
who lives at Flat Three...
Kipling Mansions, Murray Road...
London West Nine.
Police. Open up.
Come on. Open up.
Open the door, or we'll knock it down.
George Francis Thomason.