Capitani (2019) s02e05 Episode Script

Your Last Thought

[car horn honking]
[Elsa and Toni panting]
- [Elsa] What do we do?
- Go that way. I'll take the other block.
[grunts] Are you police?
No, I'm not.
I know a police officer
when I see one. [groans]
[both panting]
[Capitani whispers] Okay.
[in normal voice] Okay.
We have to treat this.
So, follow me.
If you don't come with me,
they'll catch you.
Switch your phone off.
[Elsa] Putain! That's impossible.
Are you okay? Your face is pretty bad.
Yeah, it's nothing.
[both panting]
- Just a scratch.
- [mobile beeps]
[line ringing]
Yes, Elsa Ley.
Backup necessary. We're pursuing
a drug dealer and presumed murderer.
A young man.
Approximately 170 tall, 70 kilos.
Of African origin.
He's wearing a pale blue jogging hoodie.
[Capitani] Hurry up.
Cross the street.
Come on.
[Elsa] Here.
- Merci.
- [mobile buzzing]
[mobile beeps]
- Yeah?
- [male officer] Yeah, Elsa.
Policemen have spotted
the suspect on Duscher Street
and he was apparently
being accompanied by Luc Capitani.
[Elsa] What the fuck?
Fine. Okay. Merci. Bye.
[mobile beeps]
[opening theme music playing]
[keypad clacking]
- Putain.
- [chair squeaks]
I don't wanna see a doctor.
Mr Police Officer.
I'm not a police officer.
You're a drug dealer and in deep trouble.
I'm not a dealer.
I'm here for family business.
I don't care. I wanna know
where those drugs come from.
- I don't know what you're talking about.
- [door opens]
[Capitani] Ah.
- [door closes]
- Oh, my God.
- What are you doing here?
- So you work here?
Yeah. If you ever called me,
you would know that.
This guy's wounded.
- Hmm?
- [Lucky] Yes.
[nurse] Have a seat over there.
[Capitani sighs]
What's your name?
I'm Jeanne. This is Luc.
- You are?
- I'm Lucky.
[Jeanne] Lucky it is.
Oh, sorry.
Where are you from?
He's not gonna say a word.
- You two are a good fit then.
- What is she saying?
I'm his sister.
Your sister?
Did you arrest him? Is he a dealer?
No. I'm no dealer.
- I'm not a cop any more.
- [Jeanne] In the drug business now?
[Capitani] I don't have time
for small talk
- Why wasn't I allowed to visit you?
- Oh, no.
- You're joking.
- [Jeanne] I could've helped.
- What if I didn't want help?
- No, because in prison nobody needs help.
- You know better than anybody else.
- I don't know better than anybody else.
I don't know what you're so ashamed of.
You're not a paedophile.
- Paedophile?
- Oh, shut up!
You know, brothers and sisters,
that's always complicated.
Is Mr Police Officer really your brother?
I'm not a police officer.
[Jeanne] No, he's not a police officer.
Not any more. But, yes, he is my brother.
Hurry up. Time for us to leave.
Haven't seen him in four years,
can you imagine? Four years.
Quite a long time for not seeing
your mother or sister.
Family is important. The most important.
I'm sure you're helping out
your family back home.
- If not, you should.
- Putain, Jeanne! That's enough.
There you go.
I'll give you some medicine.
- Take one pill per day.
- Yeah, that's good advice.
Come on, come on.
I don't care what the papers said.
They say what they can.
You'll always be my brother.
I'm on your side.
[Lucky grunts]
I want to go home.
Okay, then tell me, where is that?
Hey. Who is selling your drugs?
I am not a drug dealer!
- I'm here for family business.
- Bullshit!
If you don't tell me anything,
I'll bring you to the next police station.
Grace Onu is dead,
and you are the main suspect.
No. What? [breathing heavily]
It's up to you.
- Grace is dead?
- Yeah, she's been murdered.
[chuckling] No, no, no.
That's not possible.
[Capitani] Okay.
How do you know her?
- Answer me!
- She's my sister!
[whimpers] She's my sister.
[panting] She cannot be dead,
you're a liar.
- Where are you going?
- Fuck off! Liar!
[Capitani groans]
[man] My God.
- Are you okay?
- Yeah, yeah, I'm okay.
[vehicle approaching]
[tyres screech]
[male officer] On the ground!
On the ground! Now!
[female officer] Get down!
Give us your hands.
- [man grunts]
- [handcuffs click]
- Keep still.
- [man groaning]
It's too late. He swallowed it.
- [man grunts]
- [male officer] Turn around.
- [sighs]
- [female officer] Watch your head.
[car door shuts]
[Bianca] So happy
that we managed to do it.
[Capitani] Hi.
Here. I'll see ya.
Do you know about Grace having a brother
here in Luxembourg at the moment?
No, but
But what?
It's seldom a positive thing.
What do you mean by that?
It's because, often,
they arrive to get their sisters
and can be very violent.
They want to wash away
the dishonour of their family.
I thought that for Africans
it was different.
Their families usually know about it.
In Nigeria, they curse the girls,
usually before they depart for Europe.
- Black magic, yeah?
- [sighs]
It's to be feared
more than any other threat.
The women died
in a sort of voodoo ritual, it looks like.
- [door opens]
- And you said that he's here?
- [door closes]
- [Capitani] Mmm.
Magic is very important in their family.
[footsteps approaching]
[Capitani exhales]
Congratulations for the Blue Diamond.
What about the Blue Diamond?
- We're going to change it completely.
- Hopefully.
- What?
- You either order champagne for 500 euros
or you can piss off, yeah?
- Dominik
- And you, you should be dressed.
Okay? Clients will be here soon.
- Go, go, go.
- [scoffs]
[women chattering]
[door opens]
- [door closes]
- [club music playing over speakers]
- [tyres screech]
- [car horn blaring]
[sombre music playing]
[tense music playing]
- [bottle clatters]
- [grunts]
[siren wailing]
[ominous music playing]
[birds cawing]
[breathing nervously]
[grunts softly]
[breathing heavily]
I knew it.
You're not dead.
[birds chirping and cawing]
For the last time,
what's his name?
Where does he live?
- [snaps fingers]
- Oh! Talk to me!
It's pointless.
I'll write the report.
[Toni inhales sharply]
[neck cracking]
[inhales sharply] Oi, oi, oi.
Did your boss beat you?
Or your father?
[Toni sighs]
[Toni grunts]
- [grunts]
- Did he hurt you like this? Huh?
- Or like that?
- [man grunts]
Did he hurt you with his cigarettes? Eh?
[imitates sizzling]
I know how that feels,
believe me. Oh, yes, I do. [chuckles]
[both grunting]
- Come on. Come on.
- [man groaning]
Tell me what you know.
[tense music playing]
- [choking]
- I have all day.
Er, Inspector?
You should leave it.
[man gasping]
- [man coughing]
- [Toni panting]
- Thanks for stopping me.
- Mmm-hmm.
[man coughing]
Help him and let him go.
[man grunts]
Come on. Get up.
[Toni exhales]
[Elsa] Read this.
The crime unit is not taking it seriously.
[sighs] "I've been working
in Luxembourg for five years."
Er, "Today I must leave"
[blows indifferently]
Yeah, does sound far-fetched.
Yeah, but Grace has been murdered.
So she was onto something.
We must do more.
You don't seriously believe
it's Dominik Draga killing whores.
- "Whores"?
- Yeah.
[Elsa] Hmm.
- And why not?
- He's not gonna kill his business, is he?
- There are other motives.
- Doesn't matter any more. Grace is dead.
And that paper there is no proof.
Dominik Draga must be wiretapped at least.
I'll inform the judge right away.
[club music playing over speakers]
[indistinct chatter]
There's a Black guy
asking for you at the door.
- What?
- Some bloke, he's pissed and annoying.
Go now before Dominik loses his temper.
[Lucky] She's alive, Luc.
[chuckles] I saw it.
The birds told me.
"The birds"?
In my family, we read nature's messages.
Lucky, she's dead.
- I wanna see her.
- You can't.
The police have her body.
Grace is really important for my people.
She's a a medicine woman, an alufa.
- A doctor?
- No, no, no. A priestess.
She's very powerful,
even more than our father.
He died a few months ago.
She was supposed to take his place.
I have to bring her back to Nigeria.
- Have you paid the debt?
- The debt
[sighs] If she's dead, I've failed.
I can't go back to my people
without seeing her body.
I can still save her spirit.
Otherwise she will be doomed,
and my family will be cursed.
You let me see her, I'll tell you
everything I know about the drugs.
She's in there.
First, the information.
Who sells you the drugs?
You have ten minutes.
Clock is ticking.
There's a Brazilian guy.
- He comes to us.
- Where from, and what's his name?
No idea. But sometimes
he sells on the parking lot,
near the border in Belgium.
Something with a "At".
- Athus?
- Yeah.
Yeah, Athus.
[suspenseful music playing]
[body bag unzipping]
[object rattles]
I told you so.
That's not my sister.
- I shouldn't have trusted you.
- What do you mean?
My sister is alive.
And you're a bastard.
- [door closes]
- [camera shutter clicking]
[door opens]
[door closes]
[mysterious music playing]
[vehicle approaching]
[doorbell rings]
Er, bonjour.
Did I know I was seeing you?
Maybe you did.
[door closes]
[woman] No, not in there.
[paper rustling]
What exactly are you looking for?
Excuse me, I'm talking to you.
There's no suitcase?
There's always a suitcase.
I'm not sure. Who are you?
- Are you police?
- No.
So how about that 200 or so?
We could spend some time together
in one of the other rooms.
There's three of you living here.
Can I speak to your colleague?
What's her name?
Stella? She's got an appointment.
An appointment at the coroner's?
[mobile screen unlocks]
The two of us are gonna have a chat.
[door opens]
[door closes]
[car door opens]
[car door closes]
In future, we'd like if you
asked us before visiting our girls.
And I'd like to understand
what's going on here.
And what exactly is "going on" here?
You don't even know what's going on
under your own roof.
Two girls are missing.
We know that much.
Do you know it wasn't Grace
who was found dead?
- [mobile screen unlocks]
- It was her roommate.
It was a false identification.
But they all look the same when
they're dressed up in a pink wig, yeah?
So, where is Grace then?
[Capitani] That's what
I wanted to ask you.
We didn't know about that yet.
We thought the Nigerians
had killed Grace and Stella,
but her body hadn't been found yet.
But that's not information
we're sharing. [laughs]
We don't want to create panic
among our artists, after all.
Grace could still be alive.
- And knows something, so she's scared.
- Then we must protect her.
First, we need to make sure
these Nigerians are behaving better.
[inhales] And, you,
I'd appreciate you stop
playing detective from now on.
All the women must be warned.
So they take better precautions.
Nobody tells me how to be
a businessman, is that clear?
[tense music playing]
Now fuck off.
[engine starts]
- Luc, putain! Seriously?
- It's important.
[Elsa scoffs]
The second prostitute
who was found dead, the African one,
it is not Grace Onu.
Sorry, what?
The dealer you're looking for
is Lucky Onu, Grace's brother.
He's seen the corpse, and I was with him.
Well, who is it then?
A girl called Stella Abasi.
Hmm. Should I trust you, however?
Stella adopted the appearance
of Pink Panther for a while,
with the pink wig, you must remember.
So he was after Grace?
I know Grace was there
the evening Andreea Popescu was killed
at the parking area.
I guess she saw something.
- That is for sure.
- Why?
The police received a letter from her.
And what did she believe?
- [scoffs]
- What did it say?
Let's just say, if she's still alive,
there'll be a lot to say.
Elsa, who did she see?
Forget it, Capitani.
After that crap with the dealer,
we can't help each other.
[mysterious music playing]
Isn't it a lot more fun being together?
You must have annoyed your mother
for her to make us do this together.
Valentina is giving me
new responsibilities.
[scoffs] Yeah, that's it.
She's not just telling me off.
For what? Silly errors?
You gonna tell me where we're heading?
To Athus in Belgium.
[chuckles] To Athus?
To have fries there?
For a drug dealer who's there.
There's a big one
hanging around at the train station.
Yes, a little bit of action.
We're just observing,
not making a scene there, understand?
Yeah, yeah, yeah.
[upbeat French song playing over radio]
[radio turns off]
[mysterious music playing]
[Toni sighs] Instead of
following Capitani,
we should be
looking for Grace if she's alive.
And we will.
First, we need to make sure
Capitani doesn't fuck with us.
[suspenseful music playing]
What are you looking at?
[sighs] You know perfectly well what.
I'm working right now.
Yeah, I know. I can do two things
at the same time. [chuckles]
[Elsa] This really isn't
the right moment, Toni.
[Dominik] What's the plan?
I want to find out how they operate here.
That could take forever.
[vehicle approaching]
[Dominik] There are larger crowds here
than on Saturdays at the shopping centre.
- [Dominik grunts]
- What are you doing? Hey!
[dramatic music playing]
[Toni] Uh-oh.
[Dominik] The money and gear, quick!
Fuck off!
- Give me the cash and the coke.
- Okay.
- [groans]
- Are you fucking dumb?
[man whimpering]
[car door rattles]
- You mustn't.
- We have to do something.
No, we cannot get involved.
[Elsa sighs]
- [Dominik] The cash.
- Dominik, put it down.
You finally arrived. Help me, damn it.
[paper rustling]
Who the fuck is that?
[woman] Drop your weapon.
Lower your weapon and step back.
I won't hesitate to shoot.
Better do what she says.
[suspenseful music builds up]
[rap song playing]
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