About a bricklayer whose skill for forgery brought down powerful institutions without resorting to violence. By day, Spanish expatriate Lucio Uturbia worked to put food on the table. By night, he fought for social justice. His upbringing under Franco's regime drew him towards the philosophical tenets of anarchism.
Eventually, he swindled 25 million dollars from the First National Bank (the world's largest bank at the time), to invest the money in causes in which he believed.