Capitani (2019) s02e09 Episode Script

Late at Night

[sombre music playing]
[doorbell rings]
[knocking at door]
[Bianca] Grace.
Open up. It's it's me.
[Bianca gasps]
[Bianca sighs]
[opening theme music playing]
She was murdered, yeah?
And instead it should have been me.
I knew all along.
[breath shudders]
It's me they want to kill.
Who are you talking about?
I have to go find Lucky,
and be somewhere else.
Do you know where he is?
No. But he won't stop searching.
He's also in great danger.
- [shudders]
- Grace, who wants to do you harm?
It's impossible to say it.
I can't help you if you don't talk to me.
It's not possible.
Even if you wanted to.
Is it because of the job?
Don't worry about it. I'm done with it.
Dominik's promised to sort it,
we're gonna be together.
- Really together.
- No, Bianca.
It's not possible.
Yes, it is.
And I can help you to get out now.
Come on. You can do this.
You're not listening to me.
[tense music playing]
What I'm hearing is that
Stella was killed in your place
and that you are hiding something.
How dare you?
How about you ask Dominik?
It's your future husband I saw
with Andreea walking into the forest,
the night her murder took place.
Are you saying Dominik killed Andreea?
Is that what you're telling me?
It's because of what I saw
that they're after me.
You're not making sense any more,
you know.
[scoffs] Are you jealous or what?
Is that it?
Because I'm getting out of all of this?
Walk away. Brilliant idea.
[door opens]
[door closes]
- [Capitani] You wanna start or should I?
- You.
Who set this trap for us?
No, I'm asking the questions. You answer.
What was Arthur doing there?
Gibbes and Valentina wanted
to crush the Nigerian cartel.
My turn. Who set this trap for us?
Which trap? Nigerians were
only protecting their delivery.
There aren't usually armed men
accompanying the truck
You think they were tipped off?
[Capitani] Who by?
One of us or one of you guys?
Three have died.
What did you get yourself into?
Yesterday Koenig had a stroke in his bar.
[sighs] Someone must have warned
the Nigerians we were doing it.
Did anybody make anything?
The truck is gone, there's nothing left.
[Elsa] Other people
can also play for both sides.
[tense music builds up and fades]
[glove compartment closes]
For your own sake, you should avoid her.
We'll take care of her.
Give me a little longer.
Come on, she's here.
[door rattles]
[Carla] Why are you here?
Explain to me the shit with the truck.
And don't tell me that you don't know.
- I don't know what you're asking.
- Fuck, Carla!
I really don't know anything.
I know how it looks,
but I lost one of my own.
Either tell me where
the truck can be found,
or return what you got.
[scoffs] It's not that easy, Luc.
And you forced me into this deal.
You took the risk, not me.
I upheld the deal.
It's your delivery that got stolen.
- [grunts]
- They were warned, Carla.
And Koenig's son was murdered.
That's not the only death
you have to live with.
You saying what happened was my fault?
No, but I offered to help you.
[Carla groans]
[Capitani yells]
For once, just tell me the fucking truth!
[Carla gasps]
Do you have any idea
what I could do to you?
[tense music playing]
[straining] The Grand Eight.
The Grand Eight,
it's an abandoned café in Esch.
The dealers all live there.
That's also where they're supplied.
Why are you saying this now?
[gasps] I'll tell you everything I know.
I'd say the truck may be with them.
If you ever try to trick me again,
you'll regret it.
I tricked you only one time before, Luc.
That time,
when I got up and left with your gun.
And I apologize.
- [exhales sharply]
- [Carla shudders]
That'll never be good enough for me.
If you hadn't been so stubborn
and bothered to read the letter.
I had no desire to read
your bullshit excuses even then.
Just one time, Luc.
That was 18 years ago.
All over again,
you're destroying my existence.
[footsteps receding]
[melancholy music playing]
[sobbing softly]
[door slams]
[sobbing loudly]
[suspenseful music playing]
[camera shutter clicks]
[camera shutter clicks]
[camera shutter clicking]
[door closes]
[Pascale over mobile] Why're you
sure about disregarding Carla?
She saw a violent side of me that
she's only seen once before in 20 years.
And when you think
you're gonna die, you don't lie.
[Pascale sighs]
Anything else I need to know?
Now's the time.
No. [sighs]
Fine, okay.
If not Carla, who betrayed you?
Another me. [sighs]
A corrupt cop with blood on his hands.
[sighs] Why do you have
blood on your hands?
It was my plan
that Arthur should be involved.
That's not helpful.
The traitor must know
so much of what is going on.
- Do you have any evidence?
- [scoffs]
I know what you do with evidence,
if you don't mind. [scoffs]
[mobile beeps]
[mysterious music playing]
[keyboard clacking]
It's pretty calm on the streets.
Nigerians have nothing to sell.
They don't have the truck. You were wrong.
They're hiding it somewhere,
till the time is right.
- Really?
- Hmm.
For how long?
- [mobile screen unlocks]
- Not very long.
That's were they're hiding, all of them.
They get supplied twice a week.
[Elsa] That saves us some work.
I'll give you the address,
if you don't waste more time.
You know I can't promise you that.
They've known you're watching them
for a week or more.
They're just about ready to piss off.
If they're smart,
they'll cross the border,
and nobody'll get anything.
That also explains
why the streets are so empty.
They're biding their time.
Café Grand Eight. In Minett.
And go easy on Lucky.
He already has a shitty life.
[camera shutter clicking]
[camera shutter clicking]
[Elsa] Bingo.
Capitani wasn't fucking with us.
And just like that he gave you this?
Yep. And he also said the Nigerians
know about us being after them.
Forget about your theory
that Capitani is an undercover agent.
This is indicating the opposite.
Why, what do you mean?
As an undercover agent,
Capitani would have
passed the intel to his handler.
Then the head of sections
would receive the dispatch.
But he could've
[Diederich] Why would he
share this information with you?
Out of friendship, nostalgia?
He's manipulative, Elsa.
I don't know, you tell me.
For Draga's protection, what else?
I don't trust Capitani one bit.
Ah, at least one of you.
But the café will be under surveillance.
As long as we don't notice
they're about to run, we leave it at that.
Arresting them now
wouldn't get us anywhere.
We need more evidence. Okay?
[door opens]
[door closes]
[footsteps approaching]
[tense music playing]
- What is it?
- [cigarette stubbing]
I don't have time.
Bianca, there's work to be done.
Grace is still alive.
That's super.
That is good news. [chuckles]
Where is she then?
Didn't tell me. I know she wouldn't
want you to be told where she is.
She's in hiding.
- Even her brother can't see her.
- Her brother?
Yes, he's here. He's searching.
So, it'll be all right now.
She said she saw you
the night of the murder, with Andreea.
Is that right?
Is that a joke? [scoffs]
[chuckling] I see.
You're having me on, yeah, Bianca?
Was it you who killed Andreea and Stella?
Definitely not.
Why would you think it was me? Huh?
How could you even believe that?
Fuck! Bianca, seriously!
Yeah, but why would she lie?
Hey, I will swear to that.
Bianca. You mean the world to me,
you're my life.
I'd do anything for you.
I wouldn't let anything touch us.
Especially that jealous cow.
Do you love me?
More than you could imagine.
You promise you'd never lie?
I promise.
[tense music playing]
[sombre music playing]
[glass shatters]
[ominous music playing]
[floorboard creaking]
[suspenseful piano music playing]
[objects clattering]
[sensual music playing over speakers]
[indistinct chatter]
- I know where the Nigerians are hiding.
- Yeah?
In some old café in Esch.
Oh, really?
You're not losing any time.
Oh, yeah? Unlike you.
If you had taken
this Carla problem more seriously,
that too would've been dealt with sooner.
That situation's resolved.
Good. Then be more efficient
with the Grand Eight.
"Grand Eight"?
I have trust in you.
[indistinct chatter]
[electronic music playing over speakers]
[indistinct chatter]
[footsteps approaching]
[Bianca sighs]
I saw Grace.
Yeah, she wants me to give up on her.
She wants everybody to leave her alone.
Where's her brother?
It won't be long before
they find each other. [sighs]
And she didn't say anything else to you?
I mean, about Andreea's murder?
Now you're interested?
You're pissed off, I get it.
No, she didn't say anything at all.
[footsteps approaching]
You're part of the family from now on.
Just like you.
[keypad clacking]
[spoons clanking on bowls]
[mobile buzzes and chimes]
[footsteps approaching]
What the fuck?
[shouting] Monday!
[Queen] Monday!
[suspenseful music playing]
I recognize the van.
Tell everyone, we leave now. Now.
Come on, let's go.
Get your stuff. Let's go.
Oh, putain!
Here's an SMS we've intercepted
from Capitani to one of the dealers.
He's warning
the Grand Eight is no longer safe.
- Which dealer?
- I'd guess
It's Lucky Onu.
Who is that?
Grace Onu, the falsely identified second
victim of the killer, has a brother.
- What do you mean, "falsely"?
- It wasn't her. The murderer got it wrong.
Grace Onu is a witness
and nobody knows where she is?
Lucky might know where she is.
I can't just let them get away.
Salvatore, I need the examining judge.
Ley, call the Rambo unit.
[Salvatore] Hello, can you
put me through to the prosecutor's office?
[suspenseful music playing]
[muffled groaning]
[officer 1] I will ask some questions
and you will answer me with this.
Nod your head if you understand.
How many men are there inside?
Good. How many are armed?
[handcuffs clicking]
[suspenseful music continues]
[siren wailing]
- [officer 2] Police! Show me your hands!
- [men] Don't shoot!
[officer 2] Get down on the floor!
On the floor!
[officer 3] Police! Show me your hands!
[dramatic music playing]
- [officer 2] Police!
- [officer 4] On the ground!
[officers shouting]
[officer 2] Get down on the floor!
[Elsa] Spread your arms.
[officer 1] Police!
Get down on your knees! Get down!
Get down on your knees!
- Get down! Hey! Down!
- [officer 5] Police!
- [officer 6] Show me your hands!
- [officer 7] Get down!
[Toni] Hands up! On your knees!
On your knees! Lay on the ground!
Stretch your arms!
Stretch your arms! Both arms!
Hands up! Look at me! Turn your head
- [officer 2] On your knees!
- [officer 4] Show me your hands!
[officers continue shouting]
[dramatic music continues]
[handcuffs clicking]
Have we got all of them?
[handcuffs click]
[footsteps receding]
[Toni] Where's Lucky?
Where is he?!
[helicopter hovering]
[grunts] Police!
Freeze! Hands up!
- Don't shoot!
- Put your fucking hands up!
Are you Lucky Onu?
Why? Why?
No! Don't shoot! I'm Lucky!
- Where's your sister?
- [Monday yells]
[dramatic music continues]
[both grunting]
[Monday] Ahh!
[Monday groaning]
[Toni mumbling angrily]
- [blows landing]
- [Monday groaning]
[Toni yelling]
Toni! Stop it! That's enough!
What the bloody hell? Ahh!
[Toni] Hey, hey, hey!
[rap song playing]
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