Federal Bank Heist
Federal Bank Heist is a 2011 Brazilian thriller film directed and produced by Marcos Paulo Simões, starring Milhem Cortaz, Hermila Guedes, Eriberto Leão and Lima Duarte. It is based on the 2005 Banco Central burglary at Fortaleza.
In 2005, high-ranked criminal Barão (Milhem Cortaz) and his wife Carla (Hermila Guedes) are planning the heist that inspired the film - they need to dig a tunnel linking a house to the Banco Central's vault in Fortaleza, where they'll steal millions of reals. To accomplish their objective, they assemble a group of eight other criminals: Mineiro (Eriberto Leão), the couple's right-hand and chief of the band when Barão's not around; Doutor (Tonico Pereira), a communist civil engineer; Tatu (Gero Camilo), the chief of the brickies; Caetano (Fábio Lago), Saulo (Créo Kellab), Décio (Juliano Cazarré) and Firmino (Cadu Fávero), all brickies; and Léo (Heitor Martinez), head of security and an ex-police officer, expelled due to corruption.
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