Drama • R • 2018 • 1 hr 57 min
This heist movie avoids genre clichés to deliver its thrilling story, elevated by solid performances and sleek cinematography
Love the mix of movie and real life interviews.
Loved the way they went about making it a docudrama, while still feeling like a true movie. The anxiety felt so real and had me stressed.
Captures the feeling of a heist like I would imagine it to be, tense scenes and subverts expectations..
Not just a glamorous reenactment, this is a thrilling heist movie that gives real, emotional insight into the minds of the criminals.
The accurate depiction of what a heist probably would be makes this an enjoyable watch
Very good movie, with great acting. I just don’t know how much of this story needed to be told.
Waited for this movie ever since I found out it's in making. It was worth the wait. Deffinetly not a time waster
This movie is so raw and realistic with its format that you are invested the whole time. You feel the tension and stakes till the end
You do lot of thinking about choices you make or you tempted to make.
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