This story is not based on a true story, it is a true story. Presented in a format that is 1/2 movie and 1/2 documentary. The story itself is the plan to steal some very valuable books in order to line their pockets for years to come. One of the pieces that they are determined to get is some of the volumes of the Audubon society. Their plan will take careful planning and a lot of luck in order to pull it off. There are the brains of the operation, the brawn needed to pull it off and the fill-ins to make up the rest. Just when they think they have it all figured out, something goes awry and sends them reeling. Rather than walking away when it was safe, they did the exact opposite. Does that mean they succeeded at what they were doing? Or, does that mean that they were caught? Could it be that neither/both are true? What is presented here doesn’t feel like a movie, it is much more of a presentation made for public access instead of something for the big screen. Resulting in something that will be of interest to art collectors or collectible books, but not so much for the rest of the audiences. Does that include you? Only you know for sure.