THE TAKE OR BASTILLE DAY
Bastille Day (released as The Take in North America) is a 2016 action film directed and co-written by James Watkins.
On the eve of Bastille Day in Paris, Michael Mason, a young American conman, steals a handbag containing a teddy bear. After disposing of the teddy bear, it explodes, killing four people. The French police tags Mason as a terrorist suspect and pursues him. Unknown to Michael, the explosion was actually set up by a select group in the French Interior Ministry as a decoy to make a half-billion dollar digital transfer from a bank. While involved in a separate clandestine investigation in Paris, CIA case officer Sean Briar discovers the truth behind the terrorist attack. The two men, on different sides of the law, then collaborate to find the group responsible for the attack.