Lupin The Third Movie English Sub 26
An old man who supposedly knows the secret of Hitler’s legacy lives in East Germany behind the Berlin Wall. Logically, this grandfather is the standard of a real scientist. He knows everything and generally considers us Russians to be backward, our science is backward, since so far with the help of a telescope it has not been possible to detect aliens from parallel worlds, as we did.
â€œYeah,â€ said Vladimir.
About the upcoming “coup” in Granada, the alleged composition of the country’s top leadership and its true goals, Sukhov learned from Sergei.
So, having reached Berlin, he immediately went to meet Professor Keller.
After listening to Sukhov, the old man asked to wait a bit, and he himself went into the waiting room.
A few minutes later he appeared, accompanied by two policemen. The old man walked through the huge backyard house, carrying an old leather-bound barn book and a deck of cards. The policemen remained in the house.
â€œCome in,â€ said the professor, opening the door to the living room and letting Sukhov go ahead. â€“ Read and show where to leave notes.
Sukhov sat down in an armchair, took out a portable computer from his pocket and opened the map.
The living room was crowded – young German guys in blue uniforms moved around the living room, running from place to place and silently opening cupboards and drawers. From behind their backs, now and then an old man, then a policeman appeared from time to time.
Somewhere at the end of the corridor, behind glass doors, a typewriter rumbled.
For some time Sukhov read the old man’s notes, shaking his head in surprise from time to time.
Dr. Keller remained as calm as ever.
Finally Sukhov slammed the map shut and placed it on the desk.
The old man quickly approached the table, took the map and hid it in his amazing, obviously antique velvet case. Then he went up to Sukhov and thrust several sheets of paper into his hand.
He extended his hand.
Vladimir wanted to say something, but the old man put a large and cold hand on his palm and said:
Leave me alone for a while, man. I want to calmly think.
Sukhov had a strange feeling. He saw the old man, and he did not like him. But this feeling was so light, as if Vladimir had just rubbed his eyes and peered at these same people again.
Then the professor went back into the living room. The policeman closed the door behind him and nodded towards the secret door.
There was a strange feeling that about