Burnt Money

No other choice. Got it?
The idea is for it
to look like an accident,

so we can surprise them.
Am I right?

Oscar Di Pasquo, alias Cuervo,
was chosen as a driver.

On an operation like this
the man at the wheel

makes the difference
between life and death,

between escaping
or being trapped.

Cuervo got a Chevrolet
in LanĂºs,

from a guy who bought
stolen cars off the police.

Cuervo was a sedative addict.
He took almost a jar a day.

It gave him
a quiet vision of life,

and turned him
into an excellent driver,

Blank mind. Cold blooded.
Equal to none.

Those days Cuervo also had
an extra advantage:

A flat he shared with Vivi,
his girlfriend.

It could be a hide out.
Cuervo said the flat
wasn't watched by the police.

Fontana was definite about it:
He asked them all to be there,
even Vivi who knew everything.

Want some?
The worst is the day before,
when everything's set
and all that's left is to do it.

I want a bigger bill.
Cuervo knows he should
sleep to be rested up.
He should check the car,
study the roads,
alternative routes,

short cuts.
They try to sleep some hours
but they can't,

their bodies squeak
and they feel ill.

The worst is the day before,
Fontana thinks.

And he starts seeing things,

He isn't sure
about the gang he's hired.