Andre Vernet: Understood. Keys are often passed on and first-time users are sometimes uncertain of protocol. Keys are essentially numbered Swiss accounts. Often willed through generations. Is it yours, mademoiselle? The shortest safety-deposit-box lease is 50 years.
Sophie: And what's your longest account?
Andre Vernet: Quite a bit longer. Technologies change, keys are updated. But our accounts date back to the beginning of banking itself. Once the computer confirms your key, enter your account number and your box is retrieved. The room is yours, as long as you like.
Sophie: What if I lost track of my account number? How might I recover it?
Andre Vernet: I’m afraid each key is paired with a 10-digit number, known only to the account bearer. I hope you manage to remember it. A single wrong entry disables the system.
Robert: Ten. Your grandfather's Fibonacci sequence. Scrambled, unscrambled?
Robert: It’s your key.
Sophie: Funny, I don't even like history. I’ve never seen much good come from looking to the past.
Robert: Moment of truth. My God. I don't believe this. A rose. The rose was a symbol for the Holy Grail.
Andre Vernet: Forgive the intrusion. I’m afraid the police arrived more quickly than I anticipated. You must follow me, please. For your own safety.
Sophie: You knew they were coming?
Andre Vernet: My guard alerted me to your status when you arrived. Yours is one of our oldest and highest-level accounts. It includes a safe-passage clause.
Robert: Safe passage?
Andre Vernet: If you would step inside, please. Time is of the essence.
Robert: In there?
Andre Vernet: Hey, is there a problem?
Fache: (French) Good evening, sir. Police.
Andre Vernet: (French) I just drive from here to Zurich. Not French, English?
Andre Vernet: Yes.
Fache: OK. We are looking for two criminals.
Andre Vernet: You came to the right place. They're all criminals here.
Fache: Would you mind opening the hold?
Andre Vernet: Please. You think they trust us, the wages I get paid?
Fache: You don't have keys to your own truck?
Andre Vernet: It’s armored. Keys get sent to the destination. You mind? I’m on a schedule here.
Fache: And do all the drivers wear a Rolex?
Andre Vernet: What? This piece of shit. Forty euros in Barbes. Yours for 35.