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Two crooks plan to steal $30 million from the Mafia in the biggest heist in US history.


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Vault tells the story of the biggest heist in United States history, in 1975, when a small group of criminals attempted to steal millions from a bank in Rhode Island. Despite its low budget, this production manages to deliver a good job, with influences from Martin Scorsese and a pinch of Quentin Tarantino. The heist here ends up not being the center of the movie, but it is what gives direction to the story. The rhythm is an important point of the film, dialoguing very well with the script, which could deepen even more in certain questions, but still flows well. The cast of the movie is great, with a highlight for Theo Rossi ('Sons of Anarchy'), Clive Standen ('Vikings'), Samira Wiley ('Orange is the New Black'), Chazz Palminteri ('Desafio no Bronx'), Don Johnson ('Miami Vice') and Vincent Pastore ('Família Soprano').



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Plot summary

While doing time for a botched heist, two small-time crooks cook up an ill-fated scheme to rip off a nearby vault for $30 million—money that belongs to the local Mafia!

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