This Is What Happened In The End
Are they feeling sincerely destroyed and depleted after the season 4 finale of La Casa de Papel/Money Heist? Us, as well. Everything reaches a crucial stage in scene 8, titled “Plan París.” Colonel Alfonso Prieto and Inspector Alicia Sierra accept any consequence for tormenting Río in a mystery office in Algeria. The Professor brings in fortifications to help remove Lisbon from a police van, conveying her to affirm in a court.
Cooperating, the hoodlums stunt the police into sending a helicopter to empty Gandía to security. Instead, Marsella flies in with Lisbon, who drops down to rejoin with the hoodlums. Be that as it may, similarly as the group might suspect they’ve turned a corner, Alicia finds the Professor’s den and holds him at gunpoint. Checkmate, she says.
In any case, is it genuinely game over? While Netflix has not formally declared season 5, and numerous fans were under the feeling that season 4 would be the last, it feels like there are excesses of remaining details to not return for additional. How about we attempt to answer a portion of the period’s most significant inquiries.
This Is How Nairobi Died
Season 4 of Money Heist got right the last known point of interest: Nairobi (Alba Flores) has quite recently been shot on Alicia’s structure, and the criminals are surging her to wellbeing to work. In spite of losing their feed to an outside specialist, Tokio (Úrsula Corberó) effectively evacuates the shot and a piece of Nairobi’s lung to spare her life. Be that as it may, after Gandía (José Manuel Poga) gets free, he abducts Nairobi, torments her, and in scene 6, subsequent to causing it to appear as though he would give her over in a trade for his opportunity, he shoots her in the head. In a dreamlike state, Nairobi is brought together with different characters who have kicked the bucket in the arrangement: Oslo, Moscow, and Berlín.
What Happened To Gandia?
As Marsella is dropping Lisbon onto the top of the Bank of Spain, Gandía attempts to break liberated from the cheats keeping him down. Be that as it may, Bogotá (Hovik Keuchkerian) winds up thumping Gandia’s head on the railing and punching him oblivious. We don’t see his body from that point forward, so it may be the case that he’s dead or that is he’s simply taken out and, possibly, a key route for the hoodlums to escape with the gold.