Pino is driving Leyers back home from Mirafore. On the road, they find themsleves being shot at by an Allies' plane. Instead of freezing up in the moment, Pino used his wits and played the "cat and mouse game " well as the general called it. Ultimately, Pino crashed the Daimler but they escaped the Spitfire's ambush. PIno's act of bravery made Leyers feel gratititude and trust towards him. Pino liked being complemented for his heroism but at the same time he also felt guilty for basking in the general's praise.
"It's a Spitfire!! With .303 Browning machine guns!"
Pino and Leyers come across Platform 21, where they realize the boxcars have Jewish children and women transported. Pino's heart sinks in sympathy for the innocent people (Leyers attitude seems to change when he sees the boxcars.
Pino, tell her that their going to a work camp in Poland
Uncle Alberto devises a plan to lessen the risk of detection from the Nazis. Although the plan is dangerous, Pino is ready to do it (but on his terms). He asks Anna for help and she agrees saying that she fully trusts him. Uncle Alberto is skeptical of Anna at first but believes Pino and carry out the plan.
Remember where to plant the radio, Pino. This task is very crucial.