Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 has finally been released on Netflix.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 has undoubtedly lived up to the expectations of all the fans of this popular show.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 is filled with emotions, humour, and surprises, which makes it so entertaining to watch.
With Money Heist Season 5 Part 2, the show has finally come to an end. However, the show ends on a beautiful note, which takes away the sorrow of the beloved series coming to an end.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 has explained all the things that took place in the first part of the season but were left unexplained.
The viewers finally get to know what happens to Berlin’s wife, Tatiana, and his son, Rafel.
We also find out whether something happens between Denver and Manila after she confesses her love in part 1 of Money Heist Season 5.
Does anyone else die in Money Heist Season 5 Part 2?
Keeping all these questions aside, we finally find out the answer to the biggest question in Money Heist Season 5 Part 2.
Will the Professor’s team be successful in carrying out the heist?
A Recap of Money Heist Season 5 Part 2
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 begins with the audience seeing the result of all the disasters caused in the previous episode, with Tokyo’s monologue in the background.
One of the few soldiers who survive, named Sagasta, informs Colonel Luis Tamayo about the death of Tokyo and the rest of the soldiers in his team, except him, and the injury of two of the soldiers, Vāzquez and Arteche.
When Colonel Tamayo hears about the destruction caused to the soldiers, he asks them to abort the mission, but they insist that they want to complete it.
Major Sagasta then devises the plan to pretend to negotiate with the Professor’s team while making Arteche their secret weapon.
He informs Palermo that one of his men is injured.
Both the parties agree to call a surgeon inside, and Major Sagasta surrenders himself.
Two surgeons enter the Bank of Spain, who treat the injured soldier and Helsinki.
Lisbon and Rio share a video of them mourning the death of seven people, including Tokyo, to the world.
This video gets them even more support from the crowd, despite Lisbon saying that they no longer want them to follow or cheer for them.
She also apologizes for turning a rescue mission into a war with casualties.
In a flashback, we see Berlin preparing for the heist with Marseille, Palermo, and Bogotā by stealing the extraction pump from an oil platform in Norway.
Then, we see Berlin and Palermo explaining the plan to rob the Bank of Spain to the Professor.
Unlike Berlin, Professor is very sceptical about the plan and keeps asking questions about the problems they might face. Palermo explains all the technical details.
The plan is to take the gold upstream after taking it out of the Bank of Spain because the police would be able to guess if they take it downstream.
Inside the Bank of Spain, the Professor’s team begins sending grains of gold outside, and Benjamin and his team starts making ingots outside.
Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 Ending Explained: Does the Government of Spain Gives Professor and his gang a free passage?
In another flashback, the Professor and Berlin talk about their childhood and tell Rafael how their father inspired them to become thieves.
The Professors reminisces seeing his father’s death in front of his own eyes, and Berlin says that being a thief is his family tradition.
Back to the present, a significant event takes place when the Professor proposes to Lisbon amidst all the chaos and with their hands tied up.
This event gives the viewers hope that the Professor definitely has another plan up the sleeve that gives him the confidence to think about his future.
The government of Spain is under a lot of pressure because of the stock market crumbling down.
So, Colonel Tamayo is finally forced to negotiate with him after torturing him into telling him about the gold several times.
The Professor asks Colonel Tamayo to hold a press conference announcing that the police have recovered all the gold, promising that a truck containing the gold would arrive in front of the Bank of Spain as soon as he makes this announcement.
It follows a big revelation when we find out that the Professor had planned to return ingots of brass instead of gold.
He says that the gold kept in a country’s treasury is never used to pay anything but is merely a psychological backup.
The significance of the heist pulled off by Berlin and Rafael in Denmark in Season 5 Part 1 is finally revealed in Money Heist Season 5 Part 2.
The Professor did what Berlin had done with the Viking treasure in the previous heist.
When Colonel Tamayo finds out about the brass ingots, he asks his soldiers to kill the Professor’s gang.
However, Professor explains how badly it would affect Spain’s economy if they kill his team, resulting in the entire world finding out about the fake gold.
Professor also convinces Colonel Tamayo by stating that Tamayo would become a national hero if he saves the country from a major economic crisis, only if he is willing to keep a secret.
Then, we hear a series of gunshots being fired inside the Bank of Spain, and Tamayo comes out, announcing to the crowd that the heist is officially over.
All the hostages are set free, and he continues his speech by stating that the Professor and his gang, except Denver, have been killed in the shootout.
Denver had been arrested and brought outside the bank earlier.
However, the story isn’t over yet as the final big surprise of Money Heist Season 5 Part 2 is revealed in the last scene.
All the Professor’s team members, including Denver, are revealed to be alive.
The government of Spain secretly gives all of the team members new identities and escorts them to different countries to protect their country’s reputation.
It is also revealed that the Professor has convinced Rafael to give up the gold after promising to give him a portion of it.
Rafael believes him because he knows that Professor would not betray his family.