Money Heist 5 Part 2 ending explained: Shocking twists, missing gold and unexpected victories
The last five episodes, which made its part 2 or second volume, didn’t complicate the story, rather summed up the plot. Tokyo’s death was a trigger point for the gang, but they soon got to the business of getting the gold out of the Bank of Spain. While Colonel Tamayo’s attempts at defeating The Professor fell flat, Alicia Sierra finally managed to join hands with the mastermind, considering it was the only way to prove her innocence.
The gold was transferred to the stormwater tank and Benjamin began converting the precious grains to gold bricks. And just when the gang celebrated with “Bella Ciao” one last time, the entire gold is stolen by men dressed as cops who raid the hideout. In a shocking turn of events, it’s revealed that the brains behind ‘robbing the robbers’ are none other than Rafael and Tatiana. Yes, the two became a team after Tatiana left Berlin heartbroken in a flashback sequence.
As the show neared its end, we saw The Professor walking inside the bank, with nothing in hand — not even gold or a backup plan. But The Professor sans a Plan B will go against the core theme of the heist drama. He
has a plan, and this time the plan is beyond any fan theory or expected plot.
La Casa De Papel or Money Heist ends with cops faking the gang’s killing inside the bank. But as soon as the robbers’ “corpses” are loaded in vehicles, all the members come together to celebrate the victory of the heist. Next, we see the entire gang reuniting, walking inside a police chopper as they are handed over fake passports by the cops themselves. They managed to not just rob the Bank of Spain but even received a high-powered escort from the Spanish government.
Alicia comes to bid a final goodbye to her new friend, with whom she bonded in the time of crisis. The Professor hands her a fake passport too, hinting that Alicia along with her newborn daughter Victoria have also received their share and are off to a new life in another corner of the world, away from the wrong accusations against her by the police force. Alicia cryptically whispers to The Professor that she moved the entire house full of gold to somewhere in Portugal. Now the gang has to go and find it out.