The FBI hunts in the incomprehensible – now you see me a group of illusionists who robs banks during their performances to delight their audience with the loot from the robbery.
They call themselves the four horsemen, an understated allusion to the four horsemen. And yet, Jack Atlas, Merritt represent consisting of from Mastermind Daniel the four, Warner and Henley, a nearly apocalyptic threat for the unduly rich this world. Because Super illusionists are the four, stage the shows, while those they Rob vaults, the happy times are on another continent (e.g. in Paris) to bring the illicit money under the hootin’ audience afterwards. How they do it, is a mystery.
The affected gangster Arthur turns to Thaddeus, who is famous to expose magic tricks. He is to expose the ‘tabs’. But also from other side it comes up on Bradley: FBI Special wants to make Atlas and co. down agent Dylan, before they can perform their mega-coup, because he is convinced that the previous shows were only finger exercises. Alma is served by him to the side by Interpol, which he reluctantly includes in his research. Crucial tips from Bradley’s, Hobbs tries the illusionist to put a stop to. But they seem to always be at least one step ahead…