Windfall is the new Netflix crime-thriller caper that’s a tense and short three-hander set in the holiday home villa of an ultra-rich CEO. None of its characters have names – but director Charlie McDowell’s take on Class divides them all into two groups: those who control others by gaining power over themselves ( Nobody ) And those whose only aim it seems like theirs to resist anyone else getting too far above their heads…at any cost!
In this intense yet brief film we follow couple “CEO” and wife arrive at a remote location where he hopes she will find treasure left behind after burglars strike again; however, what awaits him isn’t gold or jewels
Someone as inept as I was in a previous life, or perhaps an out-of-work actor.
The film opens with Nobody in the villa, and we quickly realize he’s there to burgle it. He rummages around trying his best not to be seen by any cameras that may watch him from outside of this house as well as inside since nobody is home at all–but then again when you’re on a mission like these things can wait until later! However, once I got more than halfway done looking through each room for anything worth taking (which wasn’t much), I happened upon two guards standing right behind me talking about how they would never believe what their boss did last night- yeah thanks guys
The CEO and his wife have escaped from the house, but he has to chase them down. When nobody answers his calls for help they turn out to be at a loss what do you say? The one who called me said that there was some sort of emergency going on inside! Anyway, after talking things over with each other we decided it would probably be safer if only one person went into investigating – so now here I am…I hope this isn’t too much trouble; could use some extra cash right about now because my vacation just ate all existing funds…
Good advice for entrepreneurs and people in general, don’t trust tech CEOs.
The CEO of a company has been getting robbed lately. He decides to find out why, and it turns out that the people stealing from him are those who have been made redundant by his algorithm which helps businesses cut down on deadweight employees while running more efficiently themselves! It’s never confirmed whether these afterlife Robbers were former colleagues or family members affected through this process–but either way, you can see how much they hurting inside because their job went away along with any rights over compensation packages in many cases
When the husband rifle through his wife’s purse, he didn’t find any birth control pills – showing that there is trouble in paradise between him and her.
CEO visits his family, who are unsuspecting that he is a spy. He pretends to be a cousin of wife and son-in law’s employer before revealing himself as one for them not to suspect anything amiss when they arrive at work later on; all goes swimmingly until the CEO hands the gardener some papers saying “Call 911” which makes Nobody suspicious – why would this person need help from the police? But then again maybe it wouldn’t… After reading through these notes (which seemed rather unclear), there came an unexpected gunfire sound outside where we hear glass breaking followed closely behind by panicking footsteps running away towards
The end of the Netflix windfall is explained.
Nobody ties up the CEO and Wife until the money arrives. When it turns up, she goes to collect her share while he stays behind with nobody – but then something clicks inside him; all those times throughout this movie where we saw our hero acting like an awful person…he might not know what being bad felt like after all! So without any hesitation whatsoever (and quite enjoys himself in fact), Nobody unties both parties so they can go back home together as friends
The CEO is out for revenge, but he doesn’t know that his wife has been taking birth control pills. Afterward with all of the rages in him and calling this man disgusting while talking about how nobody deserves what they have while somebody else gets nothing; she tells him something even more surprising -she’s not on any form or fashion associated herself to ANY religion! But once again–the tables turn when after hearing shots fired from outside their house (it turns out Nobody shot at Boss), we see blood pouring off towards an open police report where we learn who killed poor old nobody: WIFE
With the ending explained of Windfall on Netflix, it can be assumed that the wife has finally been released from her unhappy marriage and is now able to live life as she wants.
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