The Operative (2019) Movie Script

[tense music]
[tense music continues]
[suspenseful music]
[leaves crunching]
[panting continues]
[cell phone buzzing]
[buzzing continues]
[woman 1] My father died...
[cell phone keypad clacking]
[cell phone beeping]
- [secretary] Embassy.
- Access code 2-2...
It was 2-2-4-5-4.
Does it still work?
[keyboard clacking
through cell phone]
[secretary] Yes.
I need a trace on a call
that I just got on my cell
a minute ago.
[secretary] Okay.
[cell phone clicks]
- [zipper rasps]
- [cell phone buzzes]
- [clicks]
- Hello?
[man 1] She just called you.
I don't know what's going on.
[man 1] We need you here
in Tel Aviv immediately.
Are you fucking kidding?
Just tell me what's going on.
[man 1] Not over the phone.
You have to fly in.
No, no, that...
that's not gonna happen.
I'll meet you here.
[cell phone buzzes]
[Joe] Thomas, it's Joe.
[Thomas] Jesus!
They brought you in?
[Joe] They did.
How are you, Joe? How's Netta?
[Joe] She's fine.
Still in remission.
Listen, Thomas,
the situation is getting...
I'm not flying anywhere, Joe.
[Joe] You don't have to fly anywhere.
There's a safe house in Cologne.
They'll give you the details.
I'm heading there now.
[Daniel] Thanks for coming
on such a short notice.
- I'm Daniel.
- Thomas.
- [Op 2] Hi.
- Hi.
[in Hebrew]
I remember.
[inhales deeply]
Why did she call you?
I don't know.
Why did she call you?
- [Op 1] She knows you're out?
- I don't know.
Are you gonna tell me
what's going on?
[in Hebrew]
She said, "My father died.
Again." And hung up.
What does it mean?
"Her father dying"
was her pullout code from Iran.
Did her father really die?
[in Hebrew]
Her father died four days ago,
near London.
She slipped out of Israel,
attended his funeral,
and disappeared
right after that.
[in Hebrew]
She could be anywhere now.
[Op 2 in Hebrew]
I'm only talking to Joe.
[in Hebrew]
I'm only talking to Joe.
- He's on his way.
- [Op 2] He's retired.
Yeah, so am I. For fuck's sake,
you had him call me,
I'm only talking to him.
[tense music]
[Rachel] Whatever, Thomas.
Are you pulling me out?
[Thomas] No.
Are you pulling me out?
[Rachel] You always wanted
to get your hands on him.
But you got your hands on him.
- See how that worked out.
- Fuck you.
[door opens]
Isn't it nice to be needed?
I've been waiting for this call
ever since you graduated.
- Hey, watch out.
- You can have this room.
Anything you need,
we will be right here.
[Thomas] Mm-hm.
Listen, until the call
this morning,
I hadn't heard from her
in over a year.
Thomas, nobody is blaming you
for anything.
This is about assessing
her motives.
You were the person
closest to her.
[Joe] You're crucial.
Look, let's just go over this,
step by step.
Let them do the grunt work.
We need to get into her head.
We have an advantage over them.
You know her and I know you.
[suspenseful music]
Do you consider yourself Jewish?
My father was half Jewish.
I read in your file
that you were adopted.
Is that relevant?
Do you know who
your biological parents were?
[Rachel] Mm-mm.
Were you brought up Christian
by your mother?
To some extent.
We should develop that.
When they assigned her to me,
she was working out of Leipzig, doing basic stuff.
It was my idea
to send her to Tehran,
get her into
the nuclear division.
[in German]
[Thomas] It wasn't easy
to convince HQ.
She did have
a very unusual biography
for a Mossad operative.
Born in London.
Her father, a British citizen.
Her mother, German,
a Christian Baptist,
who died when Rachel was 12.
[Rachel] I don't remember much
of London.
What I think I remember
is probably
from pictures I saw later.
We moved to Boston
when I was six,
Canada when I was twelve.
That's when my mom
started chemo.
So where are you from?
Only place
I've ever felt at home,
at least for a moment,
is Israel.
I don't know.
You know, my mom
always used to talk about it.
She volunteered
in a kibbutz there in the '70s.
It was a big thing for Germans
to do at that time.
Have you ever lived there?
She was in a relationship
with an Israeli medical student she'd met in London.
That was her first time
in the country.
When they split up, she stayed.
[Thomas]She had no real plans. She was kind of a drifter.
When she extended her work visa,
in the organization noticed.
I mean, she immediately
attracted attention,
language skills.
A lack of any center
or real roots anywhere.
[Rachel in German]
The recruiter got a sense
that she was eager to belong.
Eager to do
something significant.
[in German]
[Thomas] We gave her
a fully authenticated
Australian passport.
Built her a whole new identity
around that.
Early years near Sydney,
growing up in Canada.
She spent a year in Leipzig
establishing that identity.
[indistinct chatter]
[Thomas] Her cover,
an English and French teacher.
- [knocking on door]
- [Rachel] Hello.
[in German]
[in German]
[in German]
[Thomas] Her first assignment
was to get a work permit
in Tehran,
sponsored by
a local language school there.
For a Mossad operative
to enter Iran so early
in their career is unusual,
but I had confidence in her.
This making you uncomfortable?
[Thomas] Primary screening
is about 30 seconds.
If you got a secondary,
that's hours.
A secondary can be triggered
by nervousness
or any kind of inconsistency.
So luggage, length of stay,
profession, ticket class,
they all have to match.
You shouldn't look like
you've just stepped out
of a mall.
How close are you
to your father?
Why? What do you mean?
You should always
establish cover
with close family members
before unusual absences.
Oh, we're not close.
[Thomas] Still.
All right.
I'll do it, fine.
- You live alone, don't you?
- [chuckles]
Do I?
Hmm, I don't know.
You always schedule meetings
on weekends.
Your predecessor never did.
Well, I think
if it is 24-7 for you,
then it should be for me, too.
So even if you were married,
you'd see me on a weekend?
I'm probably
not gonna sleep tonight.
You're gonna do great.
You're the best person
for this assignment.
Thank you for saying that.
[tense music]
[indistinct chatter]
[chattering continues]
[suspenseful music]
[woman speaking
indistinctly over PA]
[device beeping]
[in German]
[device beeping]
- Hello.
- Hello.
[indistinct chatter]
[device beeping]
[keyboard clacking]
Know anybody in Tehran?
No, uh...
I e-mailed with the person
who hired me.
- [device beeping]
- [keyboard clacking]
You are staying where?
Hotel Esteghlal.
[speaking Arabic]
[stamp clacking]
[immigration officer] Hey!
[speaks Arabic]
I'm sorry?
Oh, some. I lost my luggage
on my flight to Berlin.
[suspenseful music]
[indistinct chatter]
- [car horns beeping]
- [driver] Taxi!
[aircraft engine droning]
[overlapping dialogue]
[upbeat music playing]
[car engine revving]
[upbeat music playing]
[music continues]
[traffic noise]
- [shower running]
- [telephone ringing]
[water trickles]
[telephone ringing]
[ringing continues]
[Rachel] Hello?
Hello, Miss Currin.
Our spa is open
and at your disposal.
We also want to let you know
that we have
all kinds of drinks.
Not just what's in the menu,
all kinds of drinks.
[dial tone]
[rustling continues]
[Rachel exhales]
[indistinct chatter]
[man 2 speaking Arabic]
I couldn't sleep that night.
I imagined them entering,
dragging me out.
I imagined being hanged.
I remember thinking,
I'm all alone.
You know, it's just me
and the rest of the world.
Everybody must know who I am.
How could they not?
And then I realized,
as I was standing there,
peeping, that...
I had nothing to hide.
You know I was just that person
who came here to teach.
[Rachel] That's it.
Nothing else.
I just decided
I wasn't gonna be afraid.
That's a temporary work permit.
[background chatter]
Okay, file all your receipts,
I'll handle the reports.
Take a couple of days off.
[Thomas] You did good.
What's that perfume?
What do you mean?
It's not the one you left with.
- [speaks Hebrew]
- [sighs]
[speaks Hebrew]
[door closes]
Was it clear at this point
that she was going to go
long-term to Iran?
She made some contacts there
and was liked
at the language school.
But I needed her to be part of
one of the big operations first.
[Thomas]I needed the higher-ups to pay attention to her.
Angela, this is Stefan.
Stefan, Angela.
[Op 3] Staying one night
in usseldorf,
for shopping
and waiting for a flight.
Your room number is 507.
Already checked in.
You really don't speak
any Hebrew?
What's it to you?
Stefan is really lousy
at cover work.
So don't let him open his mouth.
[Op 4] Security cameras
and the layout
is here, here, here, and there.
This is a time table
when we can access them.
- [Op 4] And the lobby,
- Here?
if you sit here,
you have the best view.
[in German]
[Rachel] How long are we supposed to stay at the bar?
[Thomas] That's your call.
Just long enough
for people there
to get a sense of your presence.
Aren't we supposed to talk?
Even a little?
[Thomas] This is Anton oska.
He's been helping Iran
since the '90s.
Uranium enrichment program.
That's the only photo
we have of him.
It was probably taken
15 years ago.
Positive ID is crucial.
If he's in the bar tonight,
you will be closest to him.
There'll be another team
with telephoto lenses.
How was your practice?
It was good.
Uh, when I went to this corner,
people usually stood here.
I could easily squeeze
in between them
to get to the panel.
And I wasn't even pregnant then.
So elevators A, B, C, D.
[Thomas] Text Stefan
before you get in
to let him know
which elevator you're in.
[suspenseful music]
What if you need
to let Stefan know
for any reason to abort?
If I have to abort I say,
"Here you are."
I exit to the right
in front of him.
I take him away.
[Rachel] He's my husband,
he was waiting for me.
All goes well,
I exit to the left,
get out of his shot.
[Thomas] Now, we don't execute
at any cost.
is not according to plan,
you have the right
to call it off.
[Rachel] Emergency stairs.
We wait here and pickup is here.
[tense music]
[approaching footsteps]
[elevator dings]
[elevator door closes]
[in German]
[upbeat music playing]
[elevator dings]
[speaking Italian]
Miss, we're going up.
- We're going up.
- Oh. Oh, up.
Uh, no matter,
I take a tour with you.
[speaks Italian]
Uh, sorry.
Um, can you press L, please?
[woman 2] Thank you.
[elevator dings]
There you are.
- [gunshot]
- [woman 2 screams]
- [gunshot]
- [gasps]
[woman 2] No, please!
- [groans]
- [thuds]
- [both grunting]
- [thudding]
- [grunts]
- [bones crackle]
[both panting]
[panting continues]
[muffled gunshot]
[muffled gunshot]
[inhales sharply]
[crickets chirping]
[birds chirping]
I'm Rachel.
- Rosita.
- [smooches]
[speaks Hebrew]
[indistinct chatter]
- [Rachel] Hi.
- Pleasure.
I wanted to meet you
for a while.
- I'm Ronnie.
- Pleasure.
We actually met before,
once in training.
This is Dan.
- [Rachel] Nice to meet you.
- Hi.
- No chance you met him before.
- [chuckles]
[Rachel] Beautiful day.
I missed the Israeli weather.
[indistinct chatter]
[speaks Hebrew]
It's really nice to meet you.
[speaks Hebrew]
You haven't been to Israel
since you worked with him.
Oh, I work out of Germany.
You didn't even visit.
You should visit more
to connect to the place,
to the people.
[speaks Hebrew]
You're one of us now.
- [utensils clinking]
- [indistinct chatter]
[in Hebrew]
[in French]
[in French]
There aren't that
many foreigners there,
so everybody's constantly trying
to help you.
Prove that Iranians
are not like what
Westerners imagine them to be.
[Rachel] They can be nice
to the point
of driving you crazy.
Did it make it more difficult
for you to live your cover?
Not really.
Um, just have to learn
how to handle it.
[Rachel] Focus on the job,
the students.
Be who you are.
[Director] You're very talented.
It's not easy to stand out
in our organization.
How do you feel about
a long-term assignment
in Tehran?
- [wind howling]
- [leaves rustling]
[Thomas] Yeah, he just wanted
to look you in eye
when he asked you.
Didn't even know your name
till recently.
Would you stay on as my handler?
Of course.
So did you give them
an answer yet?
[Rachel] I was so excited
I couldn't speak.
I can't believe I'm here.
Doing this, you know.
[foreboding music]
[traffic noise]
[Rachel]It does feel different
knowing that you're there
for a long time.
Now, I walk around a lot.
I feel like that's important,
you know,
to get a sense of the city.
Where things are.
How to interact with people.
How not to attract attention.
Keep to myself.
[indistinct chatter]
[speaks Persian]
[overlapping dialogue]
[Rachel] I'm consciously making an effort
to learn everyday habits here.
It's getting easier.
[indistinct chatter]
[Rachel] The apartment
I rented in Pasdaran
is, is perfect.
It's practical. I like it.
It's comfortable.
Makes perfect sense for a single Western woman to live there.
There's lots of cafs
I like to sit in.
Shops I like to shop in.
[speaking Persian]
[Rachel] You know, the more
I have people around me,
I feel like I belong.
[Azadeh] Rachel.
[speaks Persian]
Mahshid wanted
to ask you something.
She wanted to know
if you'd have come
dinner with us.
I'd love to. Thank you.
[Rachel] I do like it there.
I like Tehran.
[indistinct chatter]
[Rachel] I'm alone
most of the time, but...
You know I don't feel lonely.
I can't explain it.
[speaking Persian]
[Rachel] Every time I come back to Germany to see you,
I feel more
and more out of place.
And I can't wait
to get back to Iran.
- "Pants."
- Mm-hmm.
It did feel very boring at first
after all the work
we've done here.
But, um...
You know, my work is so detailed
and fragmented.
[Rachel] After a while,
I really realized
that it helps me focus
and occupies my mind.
[plastic bag rustles]
[tense music]
[tense music continues]
[mouse clicks]
[keyboard clacking]
[clacking continues]
[lighter clicks]
[background chatter]
Thank you.
I'm an English teacher.
Is it okay if I work here?
I like to get out of the house.
Sure, no problem.
[car approaching]
[upbeat music playing]
[Thomas] Look at this.
It's weeks
of tracking the coming and going
of Reza Vahidi.
- The Minister of Defense.
- Yeah.
Did she know that? Did...
Did she know
who she was tracking?
[Thomas] She had no idea.
After six months carrying out
small, disconnected missions
like this,
I felt that her routines
were set.
That her cover was stable.
That she was stable.
She was ready
for the next thing.
That's when we decided to approach Razavi Electronics.
Farhad Razavi.
[Rachel] "The wallet...
- is gone."
- [students] Is.
"Three coins...
- [students] Are.
- ...are missing."
[Rachel] "Everyone...
- [Shirin] Are...
- [students] Is.
- here."
- But "everyone" are many people.
[in Persian]
Hey, hey, hey.
It's actually
a really good question, Shirin.
Does anybody know
why it's "is" and not "are"?
- [Rachel] Ali?
- Mm?
You know?
[in Persian]
[in Persian]
[speaks Persian]
[in French]
[in French]
Come with me.
My Uncle Farhad, he has a BMW.
- Wow, really?
- Mm-hm.
All right, well.
Let's see who gets
to spot him first.
[in French]
[in French]
[indistinct chatter]
[Ali] There he is.
- Goodbye!
- [Rachel] Bye, Ali!
I am sorry I am late.
My sister,
she called me just now.
[Rachel] No problem.
You've worked with Ali
after school?
Yeah, twice a week.
You give
the one-to-one lesson, too?
One-on-one lessons, yeah.
Wait, wait.
[car horn beeps]
My name is Farhad.
I'm Rachel. Nice to meet you.
[Farhad] I need your help.
I think your English
is pretty good.
No, I, uh...
I've worked in Europe a lot.
I want to...
I want to be loose.
- [chuckles]
- [Farhad] You know, free.
You want to be "loose"?
You see?
I'm going to drop Ali
to my sister's now.
Uh, maybe
you can give me lesson later?
Oh, I'm sorry.
I'm really busy here today.
[keyboard clacking]
[background chatter]
Shall we begin?
Tell me about yourself.
No, no, no, uh...
I pay, I decide what we talk.
"I'm paying, I should decide
what we talk about."
[Farhad] Uh...
If you're going to be impolite,
at least express
yourself correctly.
I'm paying, so I should decide
what we talk about.
Very good.
[speaking Persian]
[speaks Persian]
- Oh, yes, please. Thank you.
- Yes.
[Rachel] What do you do?
It'll help me to find out
what your needs are.
You are in Iran, how long?
A while.
You did not learn not to ask
questions like that?
"Haven't you learned
not to ask questions like that?"
"Haven't you learned
not to ask questions like that?"
What do you wanna talk about?
Tell me about yourself.
That's okay?
- Mm-hm.
- Really?
You just make up the rules
that suit you?
[Farhad] I'm so sorry.
The rules here are invented
to suit me.
[both chuckle]
[Farhad] So...
Tell me something.
Something personal.
Personal, um...
I was adopted.
My parents
are not my biological parents.
You're born where?
I was born in Australia.
[Rachel] But we left
when I was young.
I grew up in Vancouver.
[Farhad] You are lucky.
[speaks Persian]
You lived in different places.
Yeah, well, you know...
I'm jealous of people
that have a home.
Friends they know
since childhood.
So why are you here?
I was teaching in Leipzig.
But honestly, it was really,
really boring and...
I don't know.
You know?
Tehran, there's something
I really like here.
You know what it is?
The people here
all have many secrets.
Do they?
There's too many rules in Iran.
If, uh... If you want to drink,
you keep it secret.
You marry a woman who is a...
You understand.
She, she had sex.
- [chuckles]
- You keep it secret.
If you go to a party
or a cultural thing
too controversial,
keep it secret.
You don't want to fast
during Ramadan?
Eat in secret.
It's the way of life here.
Like a second nature.
[background chatter]
[indistinct chatter]
[gate clangs]
[keys jangle]
[knocks on door]
[suspenseful music]
[doorknob clicks]
I wanted to see if, um...
Do you wanna have tea?
[siren blares]
[indistinct chatter]
[Azadeh] Are you okay?
Oh, yes. I'm sorry.
I'm just a bit dizzy.
It's the weather.
Always happens to me.
- [rushing footsteps]
- [indistinct chatter]
It's the man from the upstairs.
His son is a criminal.
He often comes here to hide.
[beeping continues]
- [car engine revs]
- [siren blares]
[siren echoes]
[inhales sharply]
[cell phone buzzing, chiming]
[buzzing continues]
[cell phone chiming]
There's a party tonight.
Like the one I told you of.
Will you come?
Just like that, huh?
[Farhad] I will pick you up.
My friends want to meet you.
[upbeat music playing]
I didn't know
I could dress like that.
[Aarmeen] Hey!
[both speaking Persian]
[speaking Persian continues]
This is my friend Rachel.
Rachel, this is Aarmeen.
- [Aarmeen speaking Persian]
- Nice to meet you.
[speaking Persian]
- This is Bita.
- Nice to meet you.
[speaks Persian]
[indistinct chatter]
These are my childhood friends,
- Nawser and Zoya.
- Nice to meet you.
This is Rachel? Salaam.
- Welcome.
- [Rachel] Nice to meet you.
[upbeat music playing]
Oh, I don't want that.
- It's okay.
- It's no help, really.
Everyone does.
- No, I'm, I'm good.
- Just one.
If you insist, I'm leaving.
Another one?
It's my first time
having alcohol in Iran.
[Farhad chuckles]
Drinking is illegal here, right?
Your ecstasy dealer
is also your alcohol dealer.
[crowd cheering]
[club music playing]
[lively music playing]
[indistinct chatter]
Like this guy with the hat,
they dance.
I'll go.
- [indistinct chatter]
- [laughing]
[doorknob rattles]
[inhales sharply]
[clothes rustle]
[Farhad chuckles]
- [inhales sharply]
- [smooches]
[breathing heavily]
[breathes deeply]
[breathing heavily]
- [Farhad moans]
- [smooches]
[breathing heavily]
[distant traffic noise]
Good morning.
Is this your brother?
[streetcar chugging]
[in German]
What do you care?
[in German]
[Thomas] Your father called the embassy.
- Started asking questions.
- [sighs]
So I had to talk to him.
[clears throat]
Explain everything.
You did what?
That's private, Thomas,
all right?
And that's none
of your goddamn business.
[Thomas] He told me
you're not adopted.
[exhales sharply]
That was just a game, Thomas.
A stupid game
I used to play as a teenager.
It's nothing.
You said in your file
that you're adopted.
I didn't mean to lie.
It's just something my friend
and I used to say in school.
And I'm sure
it was written somewhere.
So I just automatically...
So from a teenager till now,
a grown woman,
you are still saying
you are adopted?
- So what?
- [Thomas] So what?
You told me you're adopted.
You basically
told this organization
that you are adopted.
[Rachel] When I started working
for the Mossad,
all I did was...
They just used my name
to rent apartments in Berlin.
All right? I never imagined
it would go this far.
It was just a stupid lie.
That you're still telling now.
- Yes.
- Why?
I don't have anything else
to say to that.
God, and you don't
even seem bothered
that, one, you didn't inform
family member
of your association with us,
which you said you would do.
And, two, you've lied about
something pretty major
to do with your background.
Now, this job is all about
being able
to be completely honest
with the people
you're supposed to trust.
You can lie to the world,
but in here, you tell the truth.
To this organization,
you tell the truth.
And to me, you tell the truth.
'Cause even shitty,
little details like this,
it all matters,
because I have to trust you.
I have to completely trust you.
You're right.
I'm sleeping with Farhad.
You're what?
I slept with him.
I mean I'm still sleeping
with him, but...
You were just supposed
to tutor him!
You didn't report this.
I'm reporting it now.
[Thomas]That was a key moment.
We suddenly realized
we couldn't control her fully.
And she wanted
to make that point.
She was like,
"If I wanna sleep with the guy,
I'll sleep with the guy."
She had a life there.
So what do you do?
You let her dictate like that?
You tolerate a relationship
you have absolutely
no handle on?
Or you pull her out?
Lose everything?
What do you do?
[in Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
Especially not with her.
What do you mean "not with her"?
She was just supposed to give
the guy private lessons.
We all know
what she was supposed to do.
- The question is what...
- [overlapping dialogue]
[in Hebrew]
I'll handle it.
[Rachel] Are they gonna start
doubting me?
[Thomas] Of course not.
They just don't like surprises.
[inhales sharply]
You're so good
at giving away nothing.
Did you bring him
to your apartment?
No, we went to a party
and back to his place.
So tell me something about him.
He wears more cosmetics
than I do.
[tense music]
[Thomas] Razavi Electronics
was a legit company
when we started.
Farhad Razavi,
we took him for a lightweight,
a rich playboy.
But we discovered
that when the Iranians
try to buy
a restricted technology,
they like doing it
through legit companies.
So we started steering a lot of offers towards Razavi.
[Emma in French]
[in French]
[speaking French continues]
[Thomas] This was all part
of operation
"Business as Usual."
We were grooming
Razavi Electronics
to become
an unwitting middleman
between us and the Iranian Secret Service.
For that,
we needed to infiltrate
their internal network.
It's a pretty simple task given they were a civilian company.
[Rachel] Oh, I'm sorry,
I got lost.
Do you know where the exit is?
- It's there.
- Oh.
Thank you.
[Farhad] So?
Can you do this work?
Is that you?
- [Rachel] How old?
- [chuckles]
How much do you want per hour?
Call me a cab?
I will drive you.
Can you wait five minutes?
I'll wait for you outside.
I need some air.
[Rachel] Hey, uh...
Are people looking at me?
Is it okay for an unmarried man
and an unmarried woman
to be seen together?
stop worrying about this.
Nobody cares.
That flag in your booth,
is it Azerbaijan?
You know the flag?
Never been there.
Once, I lived there,
for many years.
Can I try your brand?
It's strong.
Thank you.
[lighter clicks]
[coughs softly]
[speaking Persian]
[speaking Persian continues]
If he didn't give me so much...
[speaks Persian]
...I would have finished
my day 30 minutes before.
I'm sorry.
[speaks Persian]
It's too much politeness,
too much flattery.
"How can I ever thank you?
I would never dream
to trouble you."
Yeah, I've wasted
half my day on this.
[cell phone keypad clacking]
- [smooches]
- [chuckles]
- [smooches]
- [breathing heavily]
[breathing heavily]
"How can I ever thank you?
I would never dream
to trouble you."
[both laugh]
[panting continues]
- [moans]
- [breathes heavily]
Are you here by yourself
all night?
[woman 3 speaking Persian]
That is what I'm good for.
Smoking and...
letting the time pass.
My mom always used to say...
She died of cancer.
She always used to say
that we let time slip.
You know, let it pass us by.
My brother, same thing.
He is younger,
he is going to die soon.
[Nima] And all he wants
is more time.
[flame crackles]
And I have all the time.
Too much.
I don't need it.
Yeah, well...
A person who knows
they're about to die,
that's the worst.
Best to die like that.
[finger snaps]
Why only have two guards?
You know, switch,
play backgammon...
[Nima] Money.
Just me.
[indistinct chatter]
[suspenseful music]
[woman 4 speaking Persian]
[tense music]
[lock clicks]
[inhaling sharply]
[inhaling continues]
[light switch clicks]
[suspenseful music]
[machine whirring]
[machine whirring]
[keyboard clacking]
Yes. Got it!
- [all] Yes!
- [whoops]
[indistinct chatter]
- [whirring]
- [beeping]
[beeping continues]
[computer powers up]
[suspenseful music]
[light switch clicks]
[door opens]
- [approaching footsteps]
- [breathing heavily]
[approaching footsteps]
[Rachel breathing heavily]
[approaching footsteps]
[door slams]
[approaching footsteps]
[breathing heavily]
[doorknob clicks]
[panting continues]
[panting continues]
- [door opens]
- [gasps]
Oh, Nima.
You scared me.
I got locked in the bathroom
after work today.
Just got out.
I'm gonna tell Farhad
about it tomorrow.
Have a good night.
[rustling continues]
[keyboard clacking]
- [clacking continues]
- [beeping]
- [cell phone buzzing]
- [panting]
[buzzing continues]
[Farhad] Asleep already?
Everything okay?
[Farhad] Maybe you want
to come over?
[clears throat]
I'm tired, you know.
I have that early
makeup class tomorrow.
[Farhad scoffs]
That fucking class you missed.
How much time
must I hear about this?
See you tomorrow, okay?
[Farhad] Yes, okay.
[cell phone beeps]
[sighs, sniffles]
[exhales deeply]
[keyboard clacking]
[laptop slams]
[breathes heavily]
[inhales sharply]
- [clatters]
- [thuds]
[zipper rasps]
[inhales deeply]
[metal clinks]
[clicking continues]
- [grunts]
- [body thuds]
- [breathing heavily]
- [thumps]
[gasping continues]
- [soft gasp]
- [Rachel] I'm sorry.
[breathes deeply]
[speed dialing]
[floorboard squeaking]
[Thomas] Hello?
[in Hebrew]
Yeah, I'm working on it.
[in Hebrew]
I need a minute, Ronnie,
all right? Back off.
[knocks on door]
[door opens]
[Thomas] You know,
they're waiting for us.
You're trying to make
a fool of me?
Maybe you are a fool.
[Rachel] Maybe you all are.
Excuse me?
[door closes]
Why didn't anyone tell me
that the system,
like any Windows system,
might try an automatic update?
You know,
I follow your protocols
like a fucking robot
assuming you know everything.
But you don't.
[Thomas] I reviewed all the data
from SIGINT.
Everyone is sure the guard OD'd.
Police, Razavi Electronics,
That's not what I mean.
[Thomas] This is war.
No, it's not like war.
It is war.
And in war, innocent people die.
[Thomas] Look.
- If we...
- [cell phone buzzing]
If we were in that meeting,
you would understand
the significance
of what you've done
and how everyone appreciates it.
[Thomas] I am really impressed
by your ability to cope
with unexpected situations.
That's the reason we're able
to let you be out there alone.
How's your Hebrew?
It's shit.
They take the piss out of me
when I speak it, so I don't.
Is that why
they assigned you to me?
The outsiders?
[Rachel] A British Jew
living in Germany.
Working for a country
that's not his.
How does someone with such
a tenuous connection to Israel
to the cause,
get to be at the heart
of one of the most
sensitive operations?
Not tenuous. Not tenuous.
[Thomas] You're all doing
what they've been doing
all along.
Thinking of her a foreigner
that we can use
and not one of us.
Am I?
She didn't get
to a sensitive place.
It became a sensitive place
because she was there.
We were selling
the Iranian Government
nuclear technology.
Defective components.
with tracking devices.
[Thomas] It became the
central arena because of her.
Because of us.
Because of my work with her.
[indistinct chatter]
[door closes]
[woman 5 speaking Persian]
[in Persian]
[woman 5 speaking Persian]
[woman 5 speaking Persian]
[man 4 speaking Persian]
[indistinct chatter]
[Farhad] Fuck.
[car horn honking]
Remember when we were
at the party in Niavaran?
[Rachel] When I was dancing,
you were talking to this lady
in a gold dress.
[car horn honks]
Do you know her?
I wanted to ask her something.
I don't know these people.
You don't know them?
You sure?
Maybe they are friends
of Nawser's.
- I don't know.
- [seat belt clicks]
- [car horn honks]
- [Farhad speaking Persian]
[door slams]
[Farhad sighs]
What are you asking?
Hey, calm down.
[Rachel] We're gonna get there.
[Farhad] Yeah.
You look very nice.
[Rachel] Your hair is perfect.
- What are you doing? Stop it.
- [Rachel laughs]
[Farhad] Stop it...
Whatever you do,
don't speak to my sisters.
All right?
No, I'm serious.
Don't even listen to them.
- [Roya speaking Persian]
- [chuckles]
- [Roya] Nice to meet you.
- [Farhad speaking Persian]
- [Rachel] Hi.
- [overlapping dialogue]
- Nice to meet you.
- Nice to meet you.
- [speaking Persian]
- [Rachel] Hello.
[speaking Persian]
[both speaking Persian]
This is Rachel.
Rachel, this is Roya, Nasim.
- [Farhad] Shiva, my sister.
- [Rachel] Nice to meet you.
This is Maryam, Farid's wife.
Farid is my older brother.
He is, uh... over there.
Okay, uh, I have to go
for one minute, okay?
- [Roya] Hi.
- So glad to finally meet you.
We thought he was hiding you.
[all chuckle]
- You are from Canada, right?
- Yes.
[indistinct chatter]
[Roya] Don't mind them,
they always do that.
[speaking Persian]
She asks if you teach
at Ali's school?
Yes. Oh, you're Ali's mom?
[speaking Persian]
[Maryam] She says
that Ali told her
that you teach him sometimes
- [Rachel] Hm.
- So she wants to thank you.
[speaking Persian]
He's a great kid.
[Shiva mumbles, chuckles]
You know who is that, right?
No, should I?
Farhad's ex-wife.
Well, I'm not surprised
she's here.
[Maryam] Because her family
is friends with the groom.
[Shiva speaking Persian]
She and Farhad...
very bad divorce.
[all] Mm-hm, hm...
[indistinct chatter]
[speaking Persian]
He is asking
if she would marry him
for 1,000 gold coins
and a truck full of flowers.
[Cleric speaking Persian]
[speaking Persian]
[crowd chuckles]
[speaking Persian]
The Meriye, it's like a gift
from the groom to the bride.
She can ask it
whenever she wants.
[Cleric speaking Persian]
She answers
after the third time.
[bride speaking Persian]
She says, "With the permission
of my parents
- and my grandparents... Yes."
- [crowd cheers]
[all applauding]
[crowd ululating]
You didn't tell me
you were divorced.
I don't like to speak of it.
Did you know
she was gonna be here?
Is that why
you wanted me to come?
I don't mind.
I want her to know you're taken.
[Farhad sighs]
It's not just her, no.
It's her whole family.
They... They don't stop
calling me.
[Farhad smooches]
Are you having a good time?
[Farhad] Good.
Why did you argue
with your brother?
He's older.
You understand.
In Iran, that matters.
So he is, uh...
[inhales deeply]
He's in charge
of the family company and...
He's always away.
I do all the work.
[Farhad] And somehow,
still, he managed to, uh...
- treat me like an employee.
- [Rachel] Hm...
I don't want to talk about this.
Come on.
[Farhad] You want something?
I get you chai,
- gaz... I serve you. It's okay.
- No. No, really.
I have to tell you something.
Um, I have to fly tomorrow
to visit my father.
You went to Europe
about three weeks ago.
[Rachel] I know.
I know, but, um...
They found some stones
in his kidney
and, uh, he's doing
some sort of treatment.
Why didn't you tell me?
[Rachel] I just learned.
I think he's gonna be okay.
But, you know...
I should go.
You don't speak of him
very much, you know.
You're from a good family.
You wouldn't understand.
He's very cold, my father.
Always has been.
You know,
even after my mother died,
it was just, uh...
him and me, and...
He was very strict.
[Farhad] Mm.
Ridiculed everything I did,
you know?
I felt like I had to lie
all the time and...
And I would start living
in my head.
I got so angry at one point,
even after my mother died
that I'd...
say, "How could you marry him?"
You know? How could you
marry him and just...
leave me with him.
[birds chirping]
[Rachel sighs]
[singing in Persian]
[Rachel sighs]
[singing in Persian]
[Rachel chuckling]
[crowd cheering, ululating]
[Rachel chuckles]
[crowd ululating]
[singing in Persian]
[crowd ululating]
You're flying to Turkey
next to the Iranian border.
My team will join.
You're going to drive a payload
into the country.
- Drive?
- [Thomas] Mm-hm.
Through the mountains.
What's the payload?
Five devices.
[Thomas] Flora Halles.
German archeologist.
Same age as you. Similar build.
She's worked in Iran
multiple times.
That will be your cover
until you drop the car
in Tehran.
[Rachel] Driving bombs
into Iran?
It's your job to protect me
from things
I shouldn't be doing.
[Thomas] God,
it's a simple drive
on a route that we often use.
It shouldn't be a big deal.
It's a fucking huge deal!
Because I shouldn't be
doing this.
Hey. Hey.
What do you want?
You wanna leave Iran?
You sent a woman there,
and everything's about that.
But it's never discussed
or spoken about.
What do you mean?
I'm pregnant, Thomas.
You have a protocol for that?
Why didn't you say anything?
[Rachel] I don't want it
on their feed.
I don't want all these
fucking people to discuss it.
I need your help, Thomas.
- Rachel, I have to report this.
- [Rachel] You can't.
They're gonna yank you.
They're just looking
for an excuse.
Well, so why are you
even telling me?
[Rachel] Why?
You're unbelievable.
What do you think I'm doing?
I'm talking to you as a friend.
[cell phone ringing]
[Rachel speaking German]
[exhales heavily]
[in German]
[Joe] So she got you
to lie for her
and you proceeded with it?
Ops are always doing
that sort of stuff.
"Prove you're on my side"
kind of thing.
She wanted me
to transgress for her.
- Aren't you downplaying this?
- Downplaying it?
You know I was on a path...
I knew right then and there
it could destroy
my whole career.
And yet you did it.
Yes, I did it.
[Dan speaking Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
She had some personal stuff
to take care of.
Have you told her
we're gonna run Farhad directly?
And do you really think that now
is a good time to tell her?
She'll need some time
to get used to the idea.
Can you guarantee
she'll help recruit him
once she realizes
she's on her way out?
- Sorry...
- [Dan] No need to look at him.
Look at me. I'm gonna head
"Business as Usual"
starting next month.
Just don't tell anyone.
Hasn't been announced yet.
[Thomas] The decision
to pull her out
changed everything.
She would never have been given
the Turkey Border Mission
It was as if they wanted
to signal to her, to me,
that this chapter was over.
This is Gulal.
[Op 3] He and another driver
will wait for you at this point.
It's in your GPS.
Right here by this well.
He'd want to see
that you came alone.
The code is,
"Archeology is good in Iran."
They'll drive you
through the mountains
to the Iranian side.
[Op 3] Off-road through here.
There's no physical borders.
He's from a family
of Kurdish smugglers we trust.
We timed the operation
so you won't intercept
the Iranian Border Patrol.
But, if you do,
they'll deal with it.
[Op 3] They'll hide you.
Bribe them.
They do it all the time.
[door slams]
All right.
[Op 3] Two on this door,
three on the other.
Do I leave the keys in the car?
The people pick it up.
We'll take it from there.
Good luck.
- [glasses clink]
- [gate rattles]
[car engine revs]
[ominous music]
[ominous music]
[car engine idling]
[car engine stops]
[wind howling]
[inhales deeply]
[breathes sharply]
[Rachel gasps]
[indistinct chatter]
[Rachel] Hey!
What's your name?
[smuggler 1 speaking Kurdish]
[smuggler 1 speaking Kurdish]
[smuggler 1 speaking Kurdish]
What's your name?
[speaking Kurdish]
[smugglers speaking Kurdish]
[car approaching]
[car engine revs]
[smugglers speaking Kurdish]
[Rachel] Hey.
- What's your name? Hey!
- [speaking Kurdish]
What's your name?
- [Rachel] No!
- [smuggler 3] "Good at Iran."
"Archeology good in Iran."
[smuggler 3 speaking Kurdish]
[ominous music]
[smuggler 3] Iran.
[hand brake clicks]
What is it?
[smugglers speaking Kurdish]
What's going on?
[smuggler 1 speaking Kurdish]
- [smuggler 3 speaking Kurdish]
- [Rachel] Hey!
[overlapping dialogue]
[Rachel] What's going on?
- Army Iran.
- [Rachel] Huh?
[smuggler 3] Army Iran.
Go, go, go.
- Go where?
- Go.
[clanks, clatters]
[smuggler 3] Go here.
- Go here. Go here!
- I'm not going in there.
[Rachel] I'm not going in there!
[smuggler 3] Go here. Army Iran.
Go here, go! Go here!
[smuggler 3 speaking Kurdish]
[screaming in Kurdish]
[in Kurdish]
[smuggler 3 speaking Kurdish]
[door slams]
[car engine starts]
[car engine revs]
[Rachel] Get out.
Get... No!
[groans, pants]
[door opens]
[soldier 1 speaking Kurdish]
[soldier 2 speaking Kurdish]
[smuggler 2 speaking Kurdish]
[smuggler 3 speaking Kurdish]
[overlapping dialogue]
[speaking Kurdish continues]
[Rachel gasps]
[overlapping Kurdish dialogue]
[soldier 1 speaking Kurdish]
[soldier 2 speaking Kurdish]
[speaking Kurdish continues]
[Rachel groans]
[speaking Kurdish continues]
- [Rachel groans]
- [pants]
[smuggler speaking Kurdish]
[both groaning]
[Rachel gasps, moans]
[both panting]
[soldier 2 speaking Kurdish]
[soldier 1 speaking Kurdish]
- [car door closes]
- [engine starts]
[speaking Kurdish continues]
[car pulls away]
[car engine starts]
Stop the car! Stop the car!
Stop the...
[muffled yelling]
[both grunt]
[Rachel pants, gasps]
[smuggler 1 speaking Kurdish]
[Rachel grunts]
[speaking Kurdish]
[car engine revs]
[engine rattling]
- [truck horn blares]
- [Rachel yells]
[door squeaks]
- [gasps]
- [door squeaks]
[car engine stops]
[inhales deeply]
[keys clanking]
[foreboding music]
[speaking Persian]
[taxi driver speaking Persian]
[speaking Persian continues]
[exhales sharply]
[breathing sharply]
Was I talking in my sleep?
Are you giving me
sleeping pills?
[nurse speaking Persian]
- [Farhad speaking Persian]
- Farhad!
How did this happen?
They don't know anything.
A bicycle ran into me
in Germany.
Ugh, I didn't think
it was gonna be this bad.
You had some internal bleeding.
You're lucky
you had a Razavi card on you.
They called me.
Hm, you're going to love this.
[Farhad] How does this work?
[ambulance siren wails from TV]
[news anchor speaking Persian]
[news anchor
speaking Persian continues]
What is it?
[Farhad] Iranian scientists
of the nuclear...
- Scientists?
- Yeah.
Two different locations
in Tehran.
[news anchor speaking Persian]
[news anchor
speaking Persian continues]
[Farhad] Fuck.
[Farhad] The scientists
were with their families.
Two children died.
[news anchor speaking Persian]
[chanting in Persian]
[Farhad snoring]
[Rachel sighs]
[Farhad snoring]
[door squeaks]
[Farhad choking]
- [groans]
- [gasps]
- [gasps, muffled yelling]
- [Farhad choking]
- [groans]
- [Farhad] What is it?
- You're shaking.
- This fucking hospital.
I can't take this anymore.
I hate the smell.
- [Farhad shushes]
- I can't...
I can't do this anymore.
This is not...
[Farhad] What's wrong?
[Rachel] I'm not...
This is...
I can't do this...
I can't do this anymore.
What, what, what?
What is it?
[Farhad] What is it?
[case thuds]
[car trunk opens]
[car door opens]
[Farhad sighs]
[car engine starts]
How is your father?
He's fine.
Yeah, much better.
When is the next time
you'll visit him?
Don't know. A few weeks.
We are constantly
getting offers now
to expand our business
from Belgium, Germany.
But, my brother,
he doesn't like the risk
because of the sanctions.
But these sanctions,
they're even on
chips you need
in a goddamn toaster oven.
The world
is so hypocrite about this.
It's okay for Israel and America
to blow up children,
but we can't have
the components for, uh...
medical equipment.
You can help me.
Next time you're in Europe,
pick up some things for us.
- Farhad...
- No, no, no.
Computer chips.
They, they look at you,
Australian passport,
they're not gonna bother you.
Please don't ask me to do this.
Nobody will stop you.
And, if they do,
we deal with it.
I'm not worried about me.
I don't think
you should get into this.
Don't you trust me
when I tell you
something is okay?
[Farhad sighs]
I tell you...
It is okay.
[indistinct chatter]
[man 5 speaking Persian]
[speaking Persian continues]
[speaking Persian continues]
[in German]
[man 5 speaking German]
[in German]
[Dan] The laptop you brought
houses 20 logic controllers
with our version
of the STEP 7 Software.
We started circulating them
in the black market
since February.
[Dan] What's the story
he's telling you?
That it's for medical equipment.
So he's in the business now.
You need to find a way
to bring him here.
Here? To Leipzig?
[Rachel] I mean, why would he?
The whole point is that
I carry that stuff
for him, right?
He's not cut out for this.
He's like a kid
trying to prove himself.
He's already used you
to smuggle
restricted technology.
Because we seduced him into it
with all these offers
from our companies.
Whatever, Thomas.
Are you pulling me out?
[Thomas] No.
Are you pulling me out?
We're gonna approach him
as a German company
seeking to do business
with Razavi Electronics.
When he lands,
I want you to take him
to a French restaurant
called, "Chez Henriette."
Eat. Someone will join you.
Who? You?
You always wanted
to get your hands on him.
But you got your hands on him.
- See how that worked out.
- Fuck you.
[PA chimes]
[indistinct announcements
over PA]
Suits you.
You like it?
Made a reservation
at my favorite French restaurant
in town.
I ate on the train.
I'm not hungry now.
Well, I'm hungry.
Are you gonna come with me?
[Farhad sighs]
What is it, Farhad?
Did you go to an abortion place
in Tehran last month?
I did.
I'm sorry.
I should've told you, all right?
My period was late.
I freaked out.
I just went to some place and...
I wouldn't have done anything
without you.
I got scared.
And then my period came
the next day,
it was false alarm.
So you're going
to get rid of this
without me ever knowing.
Of course not.
I can never tell
what is going on behind your...
I'm not pregnant.
I was never pregnant, all right?
We're all hiding stuff.
- You too.
- [cell phone buzzing]
- What do you mean "you too"?
- [buzzing continues]
- Now, who's wearing...
- What do you mean "you too"?
Farhad, I live in a country
where I don't speak
the language, all right?
And the only person I know
is you.
What do you think
that feels like?
- Hello?
- [Thomas] Your father died.
- No, we're going to...
- [Thomas]You heard what I said.
But we're going for lunch.
[Thomas] Exit now.
We're on our way up.
What is it?
What is it?
Farhad, I... I have to make
a phone call.
My father...
Just wait for me here,
all right?
I'll... I'll be right back.
[door opens]
[Rachel panting]
[foreboding music]
Son of a bitch.
- [speaking German]
- [Farhad] Hey, what are you...
[in German]
[Op 4] English?
You're involved in a plot
to carry items
that violate the sanctions
against Iran.
Your lady friend is going
to appear before a judge
and go to jail.
So will you.
[Op 4] We will also implicate
your company.
What happens from now on,
it's really all up to you.
[foreboding music]
Did you try to terminate
a pregnancy in Tehran?
Did Thomas know about this?
[Op 5 speaking Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
I answered
this question already.
[in Hebrew]
I did, yes.
But she refused to talk to me.
[Daniel] Why did you call her?
I wanted to see how she's doing.
Helping her conceal
her pregnancy ended your career.
- Weren't you angry?
- What? With her?
[Op 2 speaking Hebrew]
Because I was very involved
in her life.
You stopped giving a shit.
You threw her away.
You choose she's no use anymore.
[Dan] Oh, so now it's our fault.
[Thomas] What did she do
in her year in Israel?
[in Hebrew]
Probably trying
to contact Farhad
or get information about him.
Farhad is not in Tehran anymore.
[Op 1] Look at this.
After burying her father,
she gave an interview to this...
I don't know, local town paper.
She got her picture
in the fucking paper.
This is two days ago.
She also filed for a taxpayer ID
in England.
She's upping
her British identity profile.
[Op 1] Why would she do that?
- Isn't it obvious?
- [Op 1] No!
To make it harder for you
to fuck with her on European soil.
[in Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
[Joe speaking Hebrew]
[foreboding music]
[indistinct chatter]
[Daniel] Farhad is still part
of "Business as Usual."
He lives in Germany.
We're running false flag.
He thinks he works
for the Germans.
Did you know that?
Is she trying to meet him?
[Daniel] Seems so.
But there's much more going on.
[foreboding music]
[Daniel] She spent a day
in Switzerland
after leaving London.
Which passport is she using?
Her real one.
How did she leave Israel
without getting flagged
at the airport?
[in Hebrew]
[Op 2 speaking Hebrew]
[in Hebrew]
We're not there yet.
[Dan] She's threatening
the entire operation.
We have no choice.
After all she has done for us?
She's an operative.
She's not just some asset
you can discard.
[Op 2] We're trying
to make contact with her.
Once we do,
we'll put you on the phone...
[Thomas] No, no, no. Please...
Let me be the first one
to make contact with her.
I'll talk her out of Germany.
But face-to-face.
I'll get her out.
No shots fired,
no mess to clean up.
[Rachel sighs]
[Farhad] So...
They think
if they send you, you...
can convince me
to recruit my brother?
Is that what they're...
I'm not with them anymore.
You don't.
- [Rachel] No.
- How did you find me?
It took a really long time.
- I'm sorry.
- [Farhad] Stop, please.
I made my own mess.
I was too eager.
You know, in the beginning, I...
I was sure that...
I brought trouble to you.
You disappeared,
they told me you were in jail
because of the things
you brought back
that I told you to bring.
I tried to make a deal with them
to release you.
Only after many months,
I realized...
you were with them.
Everything that was between us
was for them?
Everything was a lie?
What do you want?
[Farhad scoffs]
I came here to see you.
And I came here
to say I'm sorry.
I came here to try
and get you out of this.
[Joe] Keep the phone
on the table.
The solution you're offering
is the only solution.
You came for her.
It's the truth. Use it.
[Thomas] I know, Joe. I will.
[distant church bells tolling]
[indistinct chatter]
I'm sorry to hear
about your father.
Do you remember how angry
I got once when you called him?
[Rachel] Truth is
it really made me laugh.
He was such a...
British liberal.
You know, stuffy historian.
Hated Israel. The idea of it.
I can just imagine
what his reaction was like.
[Thomas] He was pretty scary.
What do you want, Rachel?
My name is Ann.
What do you want, Ann?
Thomas, I called you yesterday
because I knew
they would pull you into this.
I'm really glad you're here.
[Ann] I went to Switzerland.
I set up safe deposit boxes
with information
about "Business as Usual."
They're paid in advance
for one month only.
[Ann] Here's proof
if they need it.
If they're not paid
by the end of the month...
The content will be made public.
[Ann] I want out, Thomas.
I don't wanna work
for them anymore.
I didn't wanna report to them
or do annual polygraphs.
I'm done.
And I want you to help me
negotiate Farhad's freedom.
[Ann] Extricate him
And I'll only follow up
with you.
Once that's done,
I'll give you the bank details
and the safe numbers.
Listen, you know
I have no interest
in exposing any
of this information.
Make them understand.
You're running around Germany,
assuming that they won't act
on European soil.
Well, you're wrong.
They're getting desperate.
You're an outsider,
you're a foreigner.
You're not really Israeli
or really Jewish.
Got no formal tie.
To them,
you're just a British citizen
who's suddenly gonna drop dead
in Cologne.
I haven't so far.
Then they're waiting for me
to talk you out.
They won't dare.
They'll negotiate.
[Thomas chuckles]
[Thomas] They'll hit you,
and no one will ever know.
You'll know.
[in Hebrew]
Look, Thomas. All my life,
I've done things thinking...
I just feel like
I've never really made
a decision that's just mine.
[Ann] And this is it.
This is my decision.
Even if I'm gonna get shot
in the next five minutes,
I still did this.
[in Hebrew]
[cell phone buzzing]
[Thomas] Mm-hmm?
[Joe] Don't let her leave the table. Make the offer.
If she walks,
we'll be forced to act.
Put the phone down.
- They know the deal.
- [Joe] Thomas,
don't let her walk.
They're here for me.
[foreboding music]
[cell phone buzzing]
[Joe] Thomas,
what the hell are you doing?
Get out of the way right now!
[foreboding music]
- [gasps]
- [car horn blares]
- [Thomas] Run!
- [grunts]
[foreboding music]
[foreboding music continues]
[somber music]