A FBI specialist and an Interpol investigator track a group of illusionists who draw off bank heists during their exhibitions and reward their spectators with the cash. Four performers each answer a baffling summons to a dark location with insider facts inside. After a year, they are the Four Horsemen, big time arrange illusionists who peak their sold-out Las Vegas appear with a bank evidently looted no doubt.
This puts F.B.I. Specialists Dylan Rhodes and Interpol Agent Alma Dray working on this issue to discover how they did it. Be that as it may, this riddle demonstrates to be hard to understand, even with the experiences of expert fantasy exposer Thaddeus Bradley. What pursues is a peculiar examination where nothing is the thing that it is by all accounts, with deceptions, dull insider facts, and shrouded plans in abundance as all included are helped to remember an incredible truth in this riddle: the closer you look, the less you see.