La Unidad (2020) s01e04 Episode Script

Episode 4

Relax, relax!
Stop, please! Relax, relax!
- Okay, okay
- Shut up, you pig!
- Okay, okay.
- Look at me! Is anyone home?
- My wife must be. Please, no.
- Let's go.
Let's go.
Calm down. Please calm down.
- Take me to the second perimeter.
- Copy that.
Maybe it was the milk.
No, no. Breathe, breathe.
Breathe. Breathe.
Breathe. Relax.
That's it.
Are you sure? Good.
So, your cousin in France,
this Abdul, right?
Are you sure he didn't tell you
why these friends of his
had to come here?
Come on,
I don't believe you didn't ask.
He said they were his friends,
nothing else.
- And I never imagined
- Right.
Did they get visits here,
or did you hear any phone calls?
Yes, yes, on Tuesday.
Tuesday last week
they brought a man, a North African.
I don't know his name,
- but I'd seen him at the mosque.
- This man?
Did they take him anywhere,
did you see them or?
They'd come in
- What's to become of us?
- Relax.
We're good people.
My children were born here
I know. You've done nothing,
you'll be fine. Don't worry.
- I'll help all I can.
- Great.
The name and address
of your relative in France.
- Yes. In Toulouse?
- In Toulouse.
The dead terrorist is Said Mansul.
He has an older brother, Tarek.
He must be the man with Kader.
Automatic weapons and
explosives were seized from them.
It's what they stole in the Pyrenees.
They were preparing something here.
No, we still don't know that.
We don't mention explosives
without controlling the situation.
During the anti-jihadist operation,
one of the possible terrorists
in the Toulouse attack was shot down,
and his two identified accomplices
are being searched for.
From what we know,
they're fugitives here, alright?
- Fine.
- Alright
You haven't given me details
of our wounded agent.
We can't say he's an agent.
We'd blow his cover.
Don't you realize?
Sometimes our job is
A hero would do us a lot of good.
Good morning.
How are you?
Their phones keep ringing.
Someone will come looking for them.
What are we doing here?
Bring the girl.
I told you to shut up! Shut up!
Shut up. Tarek, take it off him.
Shut up, you bastard.
Will you shut up? Shut up!
Who's calling?
- Who is it?
- Who's calling?
Friends. And my mother.
My mother!
Untie him.
Okay, okay. Enough, please
Look at me, look at me.
You're going to write
that everything's fine.
- Careful
- Please, please, please.
Careful what you write,
or I'll rip your head off. Got it?
I'll rip your head off. Come here.
Very easy, huh?
Get off.
We arrested him last week.
Tell my friend Ramón
I'm very annoyed with him
for not coming to see me personally.
- It's a real snub.
- I'm running the operation now.
Is your father a big shot policeman?
We're almost there,
half an hour at most.
How did Al Garheeb enter Spain?
I went to get him at the port
with my van.
- He came on a merchant ship.
- What ship?
The Abbas I.
We've confirmed it,
it docked on February 21.
How many men escorted Salah?
He didn't have an escort?
He was alone. But I didn't know
it was Salah Al Garheeb.
Who sent you to pick him up?
Who sent you to pick him up?
How did you get him into Melilla?
He mingled with the carriers,
through the Farhana passage.
- And the papers he was carrying?
- We bought them,
it's not hard.
When did you last see Ismail Hamid?
- Who?
- Ismail Hamid.
I've never seen this man.
- Hey, idiot, don't get smart with me.
- I swear it's the truth.
- I swear it's the truth.
- You're lying.
Believe me, please. I swear,
I'm not lying. I don't know him.
Believe me. I don't know him.
I swear I don't know him. Please.
- Have we finished?
- Yes, we have.
I don't know him. I don't.
I don't know him.
It's the truth, I don't know him.
You want the bill already?
The star of the team.
- You did a great job.
- I did.
Not like some others,
you let them get away.
Right. I made a mistake.
Instead of chasing them myself,
I worried about you.
It won't happen again.
About your wife and son,
whatever you need, okay?
The hotel, the transfer,
we'll take care of it.
What's wrong?
You haven't told her?
I always told her
I didn't take risks,
and if she sees me like this,
she'll stop me working or leave me.
She's your wife, she needs to know.
Don't tell her, please.
Right, whatever you want.
The last time I saw her,
two months ago,
she was annoyed at me
because I came home smiling.
She doesn't get why I'm not sad
about not being with her and the boy.
She says she doesn't understand.
- It's not easy.
- Right.
Sorry, it hurts there, right?
Now it does.
Listen, now what?
Now what happens to me?
We push some buttons
and see what happens.
Now you just get better, okay?
Worry about that.
When you re-join us, we'll talk.
There are more and more police
going by!
They're checking the houses.
They killed my little brother.
We don't have the explosives anymore!
Let him go, Tarek!
Come on, let him go.
Let him go.
Listen to me, listen.
Look at me, okay?
You have to keep calm.
We can't let them catch us now.
We can't let them catch us.
The explosives
were just a distraction.
The real mission is now.
It's our mission.
We will avenge your brother.
We will avenge all Muslims.
All Muslims, to the death.
Do you understand? Do you?
Shut up, you idiot!
Get away from there. Move it.
Shut up, shut up.
Thank you.
Just to pick up where we left off,
one of our undercover agents
provided us with some intel
that matches
some of the information
we ourselves already have.
It would seem that the Abbas I
set sail from Málaga
about three months ago.
It refuelled in Goa.
A few days later, it set anchor
in the port city of Lagos, Nigeria,
where it remained for several days
until Al Garheeb was seen
boarding the vessel.
- Now, eventually
- Excuse me.
- Yes?
- Did you guys from CIA
know that Al Garheeb was in Nigeria?
How did you know?
One of our undercover agents
saw him there.
- Under what circumstances?
- I cannot reveal that information.
It's irrelevant, Miriam.
Did you know in Intelligence?
So why am I going to Tangier
to interrogate that poor guy
when you had all the info?
What was he doing in Nigeria?
Al Garheeb is just a spiritual leader
who lost his position of influence.
After fleeing Raqqa,
he took refuge in Nigeria
under the protection of Boko Haram,
like many other defectors from Syria.
But for some reason,
he set sail for Spain,
he had some intentions here.
If you knew where Al Garheeb was,
why didn't you arrest him?
Obviously we didn't deem it
or even appropriate.
If you didn't deem it appropriate,
it must have been
because you were waiting for him
to make a move.
Come on, CIA doesn't let
someone like Al Garheeb escape.
What were you expecting him to do?
Who saw him?
Miriam, you already have
what you wanted to know.
That's everything.
I want to speak with your informer.
With the person who saw Al Garheeb
in Nigeria.
Shall we get some more wine?
But it doesn't hurt,
I don't want to go to the doctor.
Can't you see you're very pale?
You get better now or later
they'll pull worms out of your belly.
Big worms, okay?
Let's go.
Alright, alright,
what do we have here?
Happy, sad.
Happy, sad.
If you're good,
you can keep it when it's over, okay?
In the waiting room, please.
When I'm done, I'll tell you.
Alright, let's see.
Like this, "ah". Very good.
- Hello, Amina.
- Hello.
I'm sorry,
I don't approve of what he's done,
but he's my husband
and Basma's father.
I can't.
Amina, relax,
naturally, you feel that way.
Najwa, leave us for a moment, please.
Leave us.
- I'm sorry, I can't.
- Relax.
Amina, I know this isn't easy,
but you have a responsibility.
And just going home means letting
a thing like Toulouse happen again.
If that's the case, arrest him.
No. If it were that easy,
we would've done it already.
But we need to get to the men
who collaborated with Ismail.
I've nothing to do with this,
I have no obligation.
Alright, you're right. You're right.
If something happens,
you'll never forgive yourself.
And what about your daughter
when everyone finds out
that her father is a killer?
What will they say at school,
in the neighbourhood?
Basma has to grow up
in another environment.
I'm not asking you to take risks,
just tell us
what's happening at home.
I promise I won't let you
run any risks, alright?
Give me your mobile.
Your mobile, please.
Look, this is a card
identical to yours, cloned,
with your contacts,
memory, the lot.
If you're ever scared,
enter the code 2009,
the year Basma was born.
And in no time no time
One of your cars will come
and get you and your daughter
wherever you are. Alright?
I want something in return.
Get up, you bastard! Get up!
Get up.
Move it, come one.
Listen to me, honey.
They've asked me
to take them somewhere.
If I do, they'll let us go. Okay?
Do what they ask, okay, honey?
- Do everything they ask.
- Stay there!
Listen to me.
If your husband betrays us,
I'll get my friend
to cut off that pretty head.
And very slowly. Understand?
- Get in. Get in.
- Do as I said.
I love you, honey. I love you.
- I love you.
- Get in.
I love you.
- Police!
- Police!
- Police!
- Police!
- Police!
- Police! Look out!
All clear, no one here.
There are loads of similar houses.
It's a needle in a haystack.
Men, we have a long night
ahead of us.
But we're going to catch them.
- Let's go.
- Come on.
Let's carry on.
You're pushing it. How long is it
since you slept? Get going.
I'm here now.
- Go on.
- Fuck.
I'll call you.
Tarek, where were you?
We've tried to contact you.
- Hello. How are you?
- Said is dead.
Is Mum awake?
I want to speak to her.
- What are you waiting for?
- Okay, okay.
It's Tarek, Mum.
It's Tarek, Mum.
- Tarek is that you?
- Hello, Mum. How are you?
- Tarek, at last, my son!
- How are you?
Our boy
They killed your little brother.
I know, Mum.
They say he was a terrorist,
- that he killed people.
- It's not true, Said was a good kid.
They were going to kill them.
He didn't do anything.
It can't be true.
I didn't bring up my children
that way.
- I'll avenge him, don't worry.
- No, no, no!
Don't say that, please.
Don't do anything you'll regret.
- I'll be leaving soon, Mum.
- Why aren't you back home?
I'll be leaving soon, I promise.
I have things to do. Goodbye.
Goodbye, Mum.
Don't do anything you'll regret.
- Marcos.
- Go ahead.
The French Police have intercepted
a call from one of the terrorists
to his family.
And it's from Girona.
Okay, I'm on my way.
- Police!
- Police!
- National Police!
- Police!
- Clear here!
- National Police!
- There's a police roadblock.
- Shit!
Remember your husband.
Confirm that he's still there.
I'm afraid we're late, boss.
A couple.
Neither them nor their cars are here.
Maybe they were taken separately.
I'll check the cameras.
- Okay.
- Okay.
We searched the computer's IP.
Last night they contacted France,
the mother of the dead terrorist.
We think it may be the other brother.
- When did they leave?
- Just after the call.
They told family and work
that they were sick.
That's why no one worried.
They left us little to work with.
We've put out
the details of the cars,
images from witnesses
and images of the targets
with possible changes of appearance.
They won't leave witnesses,
we have to get them fast.
And how are you?
Good. Good, great.
- How are you?
- Good.
If there's anything, tell me, okay?
The roadblock at km 20 of the N2
says a red Citroën went through
a couple of hours ago.
- A woman was driving.
- Copy that.
Let's split up.
- What are you doing?
- Nothing.
- What's that.
- It's nothing.
- What's this "nothing"?
- They're for Wafae.
They're decorations for Wafae.
What are you doing
in my office with these photos?
Why are you taking photos
of my office?
- Decorations for Wafae. Give it
- Decorations for Wafae?
I told you not to go
inside my office. Did I not?
Go make lunch. Go on.
We've corroborated his version,
and it fits,
so I believe
that he doesn't know Ismail.
Stay close to Ismail.
We need to know why a dealer
who grassed on the jihad up to now
met a guy like Al Garheeb
and even got him to risk
coming to Melilla.
Very well. Carla, one thing.
- What?
- I don't think Intelligence
is giving us all the intel from
the CIA source who saw Al Garheeb.
Check there are no cars behind us.
- What?
- Cars. Police. Behind us.
Next on the left.
Next turn on the left.
- The left.
- Okay. Okay.
And my husband?
Your husband is alright.
Let's go.
Start it up.
She's not coming.
- Something happened to her.
- Or she had second thoughts.
Let's send some guys to her house
with some excuse.
Look, here she comes.
- You're late. Is something wrong?
- What happened?
He almost caught me.
I can't. I won't say anything to him,
but I can't go on.
- It's dangerous for me.
- Relax, relax, Amina.
It's dangerous for me
and for my daughter.
Relax, relax, Amina. Relax.
Tell me. What happened?
Did he hurt you?
He saw me taking photos.
I said they were for my sister.
- I thought he wouldn't believe me.
- Okay, relax.
Can I see your arm?
Can I touch your arm?
Can I see it?
- Was it him?
- It's old.
Amina, I know it was him.
And I'm so sorry, really.
I'm really sorry
about what's going on,
but we have no other way
of knowing what he's doing.
And we need to know.
Amina, I promise you,
nothing will happen to you.
To you or your daughter.
I promise you, trust me.
Trust us, Amina. Trust us.
Trust us.
- I brought the photos.
- Good.
Thank you.
When will you get me
and my daughter out of there?
When we have something
to arrest Ismail and his partners.
It'll be soon.
I promise. Trust me, really.
- Really.
- Trust us, Amina.
He won't hit you again.
I have to go.
- Amina, thank you so much.
- Thank you.
Yes, Marcos?
It's them.
The guy, the man.
They slit his throat.
- And the woman?
- No, it's just the man.
But you agree
that it makes no sense that
- she's still alive, does it?
- Yes.
While she's useful, it does.
Right. Well, we carry on.
Stay around here, near the factory.
The inevitable happened:
A civilian victim.
Possibly two.
- It's awful, Carla.
- I know, boss.
- Awful.
- The team's pretty shaken.
We're all upset.
All of us. Buck up the team,
tell them we know that
everything possible is being done,
and there's no one to blame in this.
- They must that see we back them.
- Thanks, boss.
Careful there, careful.
They're taking care of it all.
Take me
to the other side of the lake.
My God! Help me, please!
That's it, it's all over.
Let's go.
Let's go.
I saw something, go back.
Turn around.
Copy that.
It has to be there. There.
It's here, go down.
It's the woman's car.
Down, a bit more.
I'm going to jump.
I'm going to jump.
Copy that.
It's yours. Here.
Sorry, Marcos,
Lúa wants to speak to you.
- No, no, not now.
- Hi, Dad!
Give that to me.
- Hi, my little Smurf.
- Hi.
Listen, we'll talk later, okay?
I'm working now.
- Just one thing, Dad.
- What?
It fell out today in gym class.
It always happens
when I'm not there.
It wasn't wobbling or anything.
A ball hit it.
My God
Tell Granddad to get it all ready
- for the Tooth Fairy, okay?
- Dad.
- What?
- You fell for it.
It's a trick!
what a dope I am.
Don't you remember
I'd already lost it?
Honey, I have to hang up, okay?
We'll talk later.
Big kiss, Dad. I love you.
- I love you, too.
- Bye.
I was worried, Nadim.
I wanted to send someone to your room
to see if you were alive.
Shut in there all day isn't healthy.
Where are the guns?
- Take them to the port now.
- We'll take them tomorrow,
my men are celebrating now.
I said now.
Your father
showed more gratitude and respect.
You're a guest here.
We're protecting you.
And you remember
the money you get from us.
It's all good, friend.
It's all good, brother.
Salomón will escort the merchandise
to Lagos tomorrow.
It's all going as planned.
Good, good.
My turn!
Right. Look.
Request urgent authorization
for me to see Al Garheeb in jail.
When you've got it, tell me.
Yes, yes, yes.
Lúa, honey,
I have to go.
Yes. See you tomorrow.
Yes, you can sleep at Laura's.
But tell Granddad.
Alright, alright.
Alright, honey, I'm going.
See you tomorrow.
I just hung up. I forgot.
Did you want to speak to Lúa?
- Well
- Okay.
- How's the little Smurf?
- Good.
She's gone to sleep at Laura's.
And how are you?
I just saw the woman's mother
in the morgue.
I never know what to tell them.
God damn it.
I don't think anyone knows.
What a mess.
We got there too late.
Don't say that. Marcos.
You did really well.
You should be proud.
We've got to be strong now.
Stay with me, we can't fail. Okay?
For them, for everyone. Go on.
- Are going back to Madrid tonight?
- Yes.
There's the Communion,
and I've got things to do.
- Are you coming on Saturday?
- Yes, of course.
Don't let her down.
Stay tonight.
- Marcos, please.
- Carla
I don't get what's going on.
We can't bin it all like this.
We still have time.
Go on, stay.
We'll talk tomorrow.
I'm here.
Stay here.
I know, miss, but we want
to add four more guests.
What's the problem
with adding a table?
Okay, then we'll move the banquet
to the bigger room.
If it's unavailable, never mind,
we'll squeeze everyone
into the small room. Okay?
Yes, ask. Ask, please.
Damn it.
Marta, the meeting with Sanabria
Marta, I'm talking to you.
the path of those
you have blessed,
not of those who have incurred
your wrath or have gone astray.
He is Allah, only divinity.
Allah is the absolute
And now?
They'll have to regroup,
reform the cell
and get arms and explosives.
At some point,
they'll make a mistake
- and we'll be ready.
- I'm talking about me, Marcos.
- What will happen to me?
- You go home.
All the time you need.
Then we'll transfer you to an office
or an embassy.
Wasn't it what you wanted?
Shower every day, shave,
stop wearing that djellaba,
or at least wash it.
Right, but now that
it's coming together, it's scary.
If I don't leave it now,
I never will.
What's the matter?
I'm not sure if I'm cut out
to go home every night, Marcos.
I've been going over it.
She and I are only together
because I'm never at home.
Cut the crap, will you?
I'm more scared of going home
than on another mission.
Hi, Dad.
Clara, this is Pedro, a workmate.
Pedro, this is Clara.
How are you?
They say that next week
they can transfer you.
- Okay, we'll see how it goes.
- Okay.
I'll leave you with the family.
Excuse me.
Thanks for coming.
Say hi to the guys, I'll miss them.
Get better.
That's it, my princess.
- Mister Ismail.
- Yes?
- The gas people are here.
- Gas people? Let them in.
Come in, please.
Good afternoon.
- We came for the breakdown.
- Yes, no gas since this morning.
Let's see what's wrong.
Show my partner the thermostat.
- Come with me, please.
- I'll check the valve.
- This wine is nice.
- You like all of them.
You can now talk to your inspector
and tell her to pack her bags.
She's going to Nigeria.
She's to contact the informant
who saw Al Garheeb, William.
You'll have all the support
you need from us.
- Then I'll get out the good stuff.
- No, this one's great.
Okay, then I'll join you.
A little.
- That's good.
- But
- if there's traffic?
- There won't be traffic.
If there is, I'll be there anyway.
I'll be at the church tomorrow.
- Are you nervous?
- No, well, a bit. But just a bit.
Were you nervous
at your first Communion?
Very nervous.
No, I wasn't. Neither should you be.
We'll all be with you.
It'll be really nice, you'll see.
Okay. Big kiss, Dad.
Why am I the only one you've told?
Because you would've found out
anyway. You're Intelligence.
I'm serious.
You should tell your father.
And Lúa, too,
before someone else tells her.
And Marcos especially.
If I tell Marcos, he'll sleep
on the doorstep every night.
- No way.
- If it was the other way around,
wouldn't you like to know?
- You need the support of your people.
- No, Jesús.
I've made it this far,
no need for anyone to suffer.
Is that why you left him?
To spare him from going through it?
I left him because it wasn't working.
But now
it'd do you good
to have someone by your side.
The decision was made before,
and I'm not changing it
because of the cancer.
That'd be selfish and cruel,
and he doesn't deserve it.
Marcos is wonderful, he's
he's a good man, a great dad,
but it's over.
He has to get on with his life
and I
I have to see what I want.
I have to see.
Dad, Dad!
I bear witness
that there is no deity but God,
and I bear witness that Mahomed
is the messenger of God.
Allah is the greatest.
Allah is the greatest.
Allah is the greatest.
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