It’s been a relentless roller coaster full of surprising romances, gut-wrenching deaths and diving-related crimes, but unfortunately it’s all over. There are the last five episodes this week Money laundering.
The thriller of greed, love and capitalism is one of Netflix’s biggest international success stories. The program, which was previously on the verge of cancellation, has now become one of the most watched series in the world. Wondering how this heartbeating saga ended? Like the Professor and his team, we support you.
How Money laundering end?
We try to keep things as simple as possible, but this can still be confusing. Welcome to loot, honey. In the early stages of the robbery of the Bank of Spain, Professor (Álvaro Morte) revealed how he smuggled tons of gold in a matter of hours. The plan was to melt the gold and shoot the liquid gold out of the bank in record time with an oil drill that he and his brother Berlin (Pedro Alonso) stole.
It is a plan that the Professor and his team knew. But that was it. Fearing that one of them might break under government pressure, the Professor did not tell anyone where the gold was going. This meant hiding the place even from himself. That is an important detail.
By the middle of “A Family Tradition,” Colonel Tamayo (Fernando Cayo) was stuck between a rock and a hard place. Without gold in the bank, Spain was on the verge of a complete economic collapse. But the people who took that gold refused to tell him where it was. Tamayo tried to bully Denver (Jaime Lorente) in confession and promised him that if he cooperated, he could escape a free man for millions of euros. Denver faltered, but eventually refused. It forced Tamayo to play Professor’s game.
Do you know how the Professor repeatedly said that either both win or both lose? That’s what he was talking about. The professor promised to return the gold to the Bank of Spain on the condition that Tamayo ensure the safety of his team and give a speech to the public. Tamayo accepted. According to him, another Tamayo ended his speech, trucks full of gold bars began to arrive at the bank. But you’ve seen this show before. That was just part of the plan.
Those rods were not gold, but brass painted to look like gold. Tamayo threatened to kill Professor and his team because of this fraud, but Professor was once again one step ahead. What is gold, he argued, as a psychological concept? As long as Spain thought it was getting its gold, it had gold. Countries do not buy resources using physical metal bars. Tamayo could either hand over this secret privately to the prime minister and publicly become a national hero while rescuing Spain from the brink of economic collapse, or he could tell the truth. And the truth was about Spain’s economic failure and widespread destruction. No matter what Tamayo did, he could not find gold. So he could either accept the fraud or sacrifice everything.
During the last 15 minutes of the episode, it was unclear which choice Tamayo made. When Coldplay called “Fix You,” a government official announced the deaths of Rio (Miguel Herrán), Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian), Manila (Belén Cuesta), Pamplona, Helsinki (Darko Perić), Stockholm (Esther Acebo), Palermo (Rodrigo). de la Serna), Lisbon (tziar Ituño) and Professori. But just as when they assured Tamayo that they were hiding gold in the sea, it was another misleading one. Towards the end of the episode, each team member triumphantly rose from his body bag. They were free and they were becoming rich.
The finale then jumped to 24 hours after the robbery. It’s time to see you again. When Denver met with his crew, the professor spoke to his team. “Everything didn’t go the way we wanted. We are not all here. But well, we achieved something, “he said. At the end of the day, they survived the robbery of the Bank of Spain and they even got a strong escort from the Spanish government. Not bad.
What is Raphael’s agreement again?
Remember how no one in the bank could know where the gold was going? Step inside Rafael (Patrick Criado). The son of Berlin and the professor’s nephew Rafael and his girlfriend Tatiana (Diana Gómez) were responsible for hiding the gold. They did a great job of keeping it hidden in a nice little house. At least that was until the detached cannon Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) appeared in search of leverage.
It seemed that Sierra was either going to take the gold for himself or hand it over to Tamayo in exchange for immunity. But at the last moment, he gave Rafael a note from the Professor. Yes, he is now a group professor.
What happened to Gold Money laundering?
We know that gold is not in the Bank of Spain or in the nice little house of Raphael. So where is it? In Money launderingIn the last moments, the Professor asked Sierra the same question. Cryptically, he revealed that he moved the whole house full of gold and put it somewhere in Portugal. Now these dead men and women just have to go abroad and get it.
How Money laundering The end for everyone?
As traumatic as this experience was, it had a pretty happy ending. After Lisbon, he also called the Professor because he was addicted to robberies – which is a literal episode Rick and Morty – He married her. He quickly said yes, so they can now be criminals forever.
Denver also got a romantic ending. After sharing a kiss with Manila, Denver changed his mind and decided to stay in Stockholm. One of the final moments of the show was a romantic kiss of sunlight between the two of them while watching Manila happily.
What about everyone else? They walked away as well as might be expected. Rio was still heartbroken about the death of Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó), and once again, the off-ain between Helsinki and Palermo was a nice moment. But in the end, everyone seemed to be pretty mentally ill about being free multimillionaires. Now for their next robbery: presumably to the moon.