The wall, and finds an arms dealer in Mumbai, India from the material of the bullet. The arms dealer's home is heavily guarded, and the protagonist meets a man named "Neil" (played by Rob Pattinson) to help him and successfully infiltrate the arms dealer. The arms dealer said she did manufacture the bullets and supplied them to a wealthy Russian businessman named "Sato". But the bullets she made are normal bullets, and the reason why the bullets are in a "reversed" state may require further contact with "Sato" to learn the secret. Therefore, the protagonist sets out to organize a team, hoping to get close to this Sato.
However, Sato's whereabouts telemarketing list are unknown, and the only person who has anything to do with Sato is his wife "Kate" who works in antique appraisal; an English Sir (played by Michael Caine) learns that "Kate" made Sato because of a fake. With a loss of $9 million, Sato threatened to keep Kate and the children from leaving with the ancient painting. In order to gain the trust of "Kate", the protagonist planned an operation to destroy the ancient painting. He planned to steal the ancient painting from an art logistics security agency called "Freeport" in Oslo Airport, Norway, where the ancient painting transaction was transshipped. .
2.3 Operation Oslo Airport, Norway - Freeport img Photo Credit: XXY Operation Freeport: Screenshots of the protagonist and Neil, encountering the protagonist from the future (not knowing it at the time) (the blue arrow in the picture is the forward direction of time, and the red arrow is the retrograde time) The "Freeport" is heavily guarded. The protagonist cooperates with a man named "Neil" to crash into the "Freeport" warehouse through a large cargo plane loaded with gold, causing a fire in the collection room and taking the opportunity to destroy the ancient paintings. But when the protagonist and Neil unlocked the door of the collection room, they saw a set of "machine" facilities that they had never seen before in this secret room.