Money Heist season 5: Professor to fake his death for gang’s escape after key case clue
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The Netflix crime drama came to an unexpected end in season four, and fans have begun speculating what could come from the upcoming storyline. An interesting theory has emerged, which could potentially see the Professor (played by Alvaro Morte) faking his death on the next instalment of Money Heist.
Taking to Reddit, the viewer posted: “In season 4 episode 1 when the Professor was hiding from the bull in the container, he called marseille and he staged a car accident.
“In that car accident, he had the inspectors blood and hair put in the car, if u look closely the case in which he had the blood, had Lisbon’s blood as well,” they explained.
“I think the gang will escape from the back and the Professor’s death will be faked and possibly some of the gang members, whoever comes out. It was repeated a lot in the series that if the gold doesn’t come out they can’t,” the user added.
As the viewer stated, the Professor has previously faked a car accident to divert the authorities, so it could be possible that his stage death could be an exit strategy for the gang.
Throughout the series, it was revealed that the scheming Professor plotted the plan to pull off the biggest heist in history and print billions of Euros from the Royal Mint of Spain.
He wanted to do so as a tribute to his father Jesús Marquina (Sergio Marquina) who had originally planned to rob the bank but was fatally shot before his plan was carried out.
Jesús devised the plan to ensure he would be able to afford medical bills for the Professor who was sick and confined to bed as a child.
After years of perfecting his plan, the Professor assembled a group of robbers who also wanted in on the cash for different reasons.
The mastermind recruits eight robbers and changes their names to locations to conceal their identities.
He was joined by Tokyo (Úrsula Corberó), Moscow (Paco Tous), Berlin (Pedro Alonso), Nairobi (Alba Flores), Rio (Miguel Herrán), Denver (Jaime Lorente), Helsinki (Darko Perić), Oslo (Roberto García Ruiz).
While the eight entered the Royal Mint and began pulling off the elaborate heist, the Professor was stationed far away, where he watched and communicated with them.
He also had help from Berlin’s trusted friend Marseille (Luka Peroš) who made an appearance in season two and was able to help the Professor and the gang from the outside.
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It was revealed that Marseille had been a hitman and was able to prove his allegiance to the gang in season two when he was able to divert the police from the Professor’s path.
With the use of two phones, he led the police away from the mastermind’s location by creating a false ping.
Later on in the season, he was also doing everything he could to help the Professor and even shockingly crashed his car to make it look like he was badly injured.
When the gang needed the public on their side, Marseille flew to Algeria where he was able to record and acquire incriminating evidence against the Spanish government.
In the season four finale, the group finally got a win after Lisbon successfully made it into the bank.
This was a highly deserved win after the emotional scenes of Nairobi meeting her death from being shot point-blank by a hostage.
However, whilst the Professor was celebrating their achievement, Inspector Alicia Sierra (Najwa Nimri) had uncovered his hiding spot and was pointing a gun at him.
With Alicia being newly fired, fans have speculated whether she could have a change of heart and help the Professor or if she would report his location.
Thankfully, viewers don’t have long to wait until the release of season five and will have to stay tuned to see whether or not the Professor will fake his death to help the gang escape.
Money Heist Season 5 premiers on Netflix on September 5
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