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the true story of the robbery of the century

Netflix announced the premiere of its new documentary film The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Centurywhich will be available worldwide from August 10.

The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century is a production of Anima Films, Marvista Entertainment and AZ Films, with Sebastián Gamba as producer and direction of Matías Gueilburtwho have already worked together in the realization of Vilas: You will be what you should be or you will be nothing.

16 years after the most famous bank robbery in Argentina (the Banco Río de Acasusso), in which a group of men stole millions of pesos and evaporated, this new Netflix documentary made in Argentina presents, with an exhaustive work that includes testimonies and scenes recreated by its protagoniststhe true story told by the thieves themselves.

A tunnel with access to the river: Image of "The Thieves: The true story of the robbery of the century".  Netflix Photo

A tunnel with access to the river: Image of “The Thieves: The true story of the robbery of the century”. Netflix Photo

It also has testimonies from the guards, police and hostages involved that day.

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These are some of the statements that will be seen in this documentary film: “Using weapons did not go with my style of what I was trying to find: artistic theft. We created the Donatello Plan, not by the artist, but by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. They were in the drains, they did martial arts and they were green like cannabis,” said Fernando Araujo, the thief known as “the artist.”

Rubén de la Torre, one of the robbers, with his testimony in "The Thieves: The true story of the robbery of the century".  Netflix Photo

Rubén de la Torre, one of the robbers, with his testimony in “The Thieves: The true story of the robbery of the century”. Netflix Photo

Theft becomes a vice. It was like covering a void”, was one of the testimonies of Rubén ‘Beto’ de la Torre, whose nickname was “the thug”.

“They ask me, did you steal? Nope, I worked, I took it as a job”, was the statement for the documentary by Sebastián García Bolster, also known as “the engineer”.

“One of the fundamental things that thieves have, and that’s why they fall prisoners, it’s the ego”. That was the conclusion of Miguel Sileo, the negotiator who was present at the robbery.

Luis Mario Vitette Sellanes, one of the real robbers of "The Thieves: the true story of the robbery of the century".  Netflix Photo

Luis Mario Vitette Sellanes, one of the real robbers of “The Thieves: the true story of the robbery of the century”. Netflix Photo

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The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century joins the catalog of Argentine documentaries available on Netflix such as Carmel: Who killed María Marta?; Nisman: The prosecutor, the president and the spy; Vilas: You will be what you should be or you will be nothing; Fangio, the man who tamed the machinesand EThe Photographer and the Postman: The Crime of Cabezas.

The poster for "The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century."  Netflix Photo

The poster for “The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century.” Netflix Photo

The Thieves: the true story of the robbery of the centurythe documentary film directed by Matías Gueilburt and produced by Sebastián Gamba and Julian Rousso, the team behind Vilas: You will be what you should be or you will be nothing Y The days of Ayotzinapareveals through exclusive interviews how the most famous bank robbery in Argentina was carried out.

In 2006, a group of men entered the Banco Río de Acasussotook 23 hostages, stole millions of dollars and jewelry from safes and then evaporated.

after the escape, the ex-wife of one of the thieves ratted out the perpetrators, who were tried and ended up sentenced to prison terms. Finally the sentences were reduced and today they are free.

"The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century".  Here, Fernando Araujo "the artist", meditating on the mountain.  Netflix photo.

“The Thieves: The True Story of the Robbery of the Century”. Here, Fernando Araujo “the artist”, meditating on the mountain. Netflix photo.

How did the protagonists of this fact get away with it? In this revealing documentary, those responsible for the act tell all the details of how the perfect hit was produced.

The documentary lasts 109 minutes and the interviewees include everything from the thieves to the police officers and witnesses who intervened in the case: Fernando Araujo, Luis Mario Vitette Sellanes, Rubén de la Torre, Sebastián García Bolster, Leandro Dall’acqua, Walter Serrano, Miguel Sileo, Gastón Garbus, Daniel Salcedo and Estela Maris Casal.

Sebastián García Bolster, one of the real robbers of "The Thieves: the true story of the robbery of the century".  Netflix Photo

Sebastián García Bolster, one of the real robbers of “The Thieves: the true story of the robbery of the century”. Netflix Photo

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