R | | Crime, Drama, Mystery
The Lone Man visits the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid four times to see four paintings: The Violin (1916) by Juan Gris, Nude (1922) by Roberto Fernández Balbuena, Madrid desde Capitán Haya (1987-1994) by Antonio López and Gran Sábana (1968) by Antoní Tapies.
You don't speak Spanish, right?
French: You don't speak Spanish, right?
Creole: You are ready? Everything's cool?
French: You are ready? Everything's cool?
Lone Man: Yes!
When the Lone Man travels from Madrid to Sevilla, he enters a S 100 AVE train set. But the interior shots are clearly done in a S 103 (Velaro E), a totally different - and much newer - type of train.
"NO LIMITS NO CONTROL" at the end of the closing credits
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$55,820 3 May 2009