INT. DINING ROOM, JAPANESE CASTLE - CONTINUOUS Cobb moves to a PAINTING. With practiced hands he removes it from the wall, revealing a SAFE. Cobb spins the dial, pulls it OPEN, GRABS an envelope from within, stuffs it into his waistband, where there is already an IDENTICAL ENVELOPE. LIGHTS COME ON. Cobb freezes. SAITO (O.S.) Turn around. Cobb turns. At the far end of the room: Saito. Next to him is Mal, gun in hand. She smiles at Cobb. MAL The gun, Dom. Cobb doesn't move. Mal motions outside- two GUARDS drag Arthur into the room. Mal puts the gun to his head. MAL Please. Cobb slowly places his gun at his end of the long table, then SLIDES it along the polished ebony. It comes to rest HALFWAY down the length or the table. SAITO Now the envelope, Mr. Cobb. Cobb reaches into his waistband, removes ONE of the envelopes, SLIDES it along the table. Steps back, hands raised. COBB Did she tell you, or have you known all along? SAITO That you're here to steal from me? (beat) Or that we're actually asleep? (eerie music starts)
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