In Steve McQueen's twisty cerebral heist movie, Widows, a group of criminal's widows enact Harry Rawling's next criminal plan.

He leaves clues so that his wife, Veronica, can find the notebook containing the plan. Presumably so she could benefit from the money raised without taking any risk.

It later also transpires that he didn't die but planned for the next heist to happen and to heist the heist leaving others to take the blame (given he was supposed to be dead and couldn't be blamed).

Was this his intended plan?

  • This part was so confusing. Wish someone had answered you. – user12861 Dec 2 '18 at 21:26

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