One expect that champion perseverance competitors must be monomaniacs, in any event while preparing and performing. Spear Armstrong rings a bell. On account of Rettenberger, there is by all accounts nothing else in life. He doesn’t draw in with individuals. His answers are brief and insubordinate. When he experiences a lady he was clearly required with, he is chilly and unfriendly. He tries to charm himself with his probation officer (Markus Schleinzer).
He prepares. He arranges. He runs. It is safe to say that he is thrilled when he escapes after a bank work? Not obviously. His fruitful escape basically flags the start of the following occupation. He doesn’t demonstrate any enthusiasm for spending the plunder.
“The Robber” depends on the account of a genuine man, Johann Kastenberger, who won a marathon and numerous different races in Austria in the 1980s. He likewise looted a few banks, wearing a Ronald Reagan veil and conveying a shotgun, picking up himself the epithet “Shotgun Ronnie.” Once, when cornered by police in a stolen auto on a motorway, he fled into the forested areas, ran crosscountry and stole another auto.