The Old Man and the Sea
Jouni meets John in Helsinki to deal with a local communication company.
Trying to dig into her past, Jouni hears about the legend of a U-boat that disappeared at the bottom of the Baltic Sea carrying a loads of German gold bars on board. The legend comes from a now deceased drunken Estonian fishing trawler Captain who used to tell a tale to bar acquaintances in Sompasaari after the war. He was claiming to have sold stolen Russian diesel to a drifting German U-Boat at the end of the war and of having been paid in gold bars.
John and Jouni take a helicopter ride to Tallinn where they track a surviving crewmen of the Estonian trawler who claims to having been shown a gold bar bearing an engraved Swastika. The fisherman, now in his 80s, also mentioned that a woman and her infant were on board.
HELSINSKI TALLINN STRAIGHT, BALTIC SEA
A white & blue AgustaWestland AW139 helicopter glides over the Baltic Sea. Jouni's looking at the horizon through the large square window. She thinks of her mother. John is on the phone, speaking Chinese.