Thom, an engineering genius, is interested in the Bank of Spain’s vault. The bank building is more than 100 years old, without available building plans and a security system that includes an underground river that will flood the vault if the walls break. When Thom learns that a legendary lost treasure will only be kept in the bank’s safe for ten days, he will draw up a detailed plan with the charismatic art dealer Walter Cunningham. They only have 105 minutes to do it. While the banks’ staff will be distracted by watching the final of the 2010 World Cup, played by the Spanish football team and broadcast on a giant screen, by chance just in front of the Bank of Spain building.
Marc-Andr Leclerc climbs alone, away from the limelight. On distant alpine faces, the 23-year-old brave Canadian makes some of history’s most daring sunrises. However, it attracts some attention. No cameras, no strings and no room for mistakes, the Leclercs approach is at the heart of solo adventures. Nomadic and ashamed of commercials, he has no phone or car, and he is reluctant to let a film crew know about his pure vision of climbing. Veteran filmmaker Peter Mortimer plans to make a film about Leclerc, but struggles to keep up with his elusive subject. Then Leclerc embarks on a historic adventure in Patagonia that will redefine what is possible in solo climbing. Jacket
Anna was saved as a child by the legendary assassin Moody and is the world’s most successful assassin. But when Moody is brutally murdered, she promises revenge on the man who taught her everything she knows.