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Cianfrance went to great lengths for realistic bank heists

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First came the loud bang. The door to the 1st National Bank of Scotia branch on Albany Street in Schenectady had crashed open and Ken Swain — then covering for another manager — was watching two robbers force their way inside. A customer instinctively shrieked. “A girl let out this short scream I’ll never forget,” he recalled of the robbery. The bandits were waving guns and shouting profanities. People in the bank were in shock. ...


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