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Richard Branson : being given a pat-down at the Miami airport security checkpoint for a brief moment. Carlos Leal : The Sens Unik rapper as a Tournament Director.
Gunther von Hagens : The creator of the Body Worlds exhibit can be heard and his trademark black hat seen, but not his face, during the sequence where Bond stabs a man in the museum in front of one of von Hagens' displays.
Vesper Lynd Eva Green died never knowing that her kidnapped boyfriend, Yusef Kabira Simon Kassianides , had set her up from the beginning, being a Quantum agent, and his kidnapping was staged by Quantum to force Vesper to become a double agent.
James Ferguson, a physician in Aberdeen, Scotland, came up with the idea for the scene in which James Bond is poisoned, and is remotely diagnosed by MI6 experts.
He is a Bond fan, and was retained as a medical adviser on future Bond movies. Wilson mandated to screenwriters Neal Purvis and Robert Wade that two particular story elements from the novel must be included in the screenplay: the first was the torture of James Bond by Le Chiffre, and the second was the novel's final line, where James Bond says "The bitch is dead.
The scene where Le Chiffre tortures Bond is taken directly from the novel. However, the scene leaves out the part where Le Chiffre cuts Bond's back so he bleeds on the floor and rats are released in a feeding frenzy underneath the chair.
During the showdown of the final hand of the poker game, James Bond does not reveal his cards until all of the other players have showed their hands, even though he knows that he holds the best possible hand in this situation.
He intentionally waited to "rub it in their faces". This is called a "slowroll" in poker slang, and while not against the rules, it is considered very bad etiquette, and would be critiqued harshly in a real world game.
This is the first time in a James Bond movie that two leading Bond Girls die since You Only Live Twice , and it's the first Bond movie since On Her Majesty's Secret Service where the main central love interest dies at the end of the movie, as in the original novel.
During the opening credits animation, there is a quick shot of Vesper's face on a card that is a combination of the Queen of Hearts and the Queen of Spades.
This is a foreshadowing of the plot: the Queen of Hearts is a symbol of love, and James Bond falls in love with her. The Queen of Spades also known as "the bitch" is some card games, such as Hearts is a symbol of bad luck, and Vesper betrayed James.
The producers did not like the final scene in the novel, as it was too melodramatic, and opted for a more cinematic finale as in the movie.
This involved changing Vesper's death scene. In the novel, she committed suicide via a sleeping pill overdose. This is the first James Bond movie where he failed in all of his mission objectives Le Chiffre died without revealing any information on his network, MI6's money was lost to the terrorist organization, Vesper also died without revealing anything.
However, at the end, Bond captured Mr. White, so there's a chance he might be able to salvage something.
James Bond's medical condition imposed by poisoning at the Casino Royale, was Ventricular Tachycardia VT - Digitalis. VT is an increased rhythm of the heart derived from one of its ventricles, where three or more beats of the heart beat at a rate more than one hundred beats per minute.
This arrhythmia can lead to uncoordinated cardiac muscle contraction called ventricular fibrillation, and sudden death. The digitalis refers to digitalis-induced ventricular tachycardia caused by the drug Digitalis, which is also known as Digoxin or by its brand name, Lanoxin.
This is a heart medication drug that can kill in overdose. It's a cardiac glycoside drug derived from the foxglove plant Digitalis Lanata, more commonly known as Grecian Foxglove or Woolly Foxglove.
The demise of Vesper Lynd was different in the novel. In the novel, Vesper committed suicide and left a note for James Bond admitting her treachery and her pledging love to Bond.
Le Chiffre is the first leading Bond villain in the EON Productions series to die, but not by the hand of James Bond, a Bond Girl, nor Bond ally.
Nor are any directly involved with events that lead to his death. Like with the novel, Le Chiffre is the first major villain not including henchmen to be killed by his own people.
Also, in scriptwriting terms, Le Chiffre is also the first major villain in the official James Bond series to be killed before the third act Le Chiffre dies around the end of the movie's second act.
It is not revealed where Bond killed Dryden's contact. In a deleted scene, it is revealed that it happened in Pakistan during a cricket match.
The contact sees Bond in the crowd and makes a run for it, Bond chases him and eventually catches him in the toilet, where he beats him up and kills him.
When James Bond is poisoned, at one point, the heart monitoring machine indicates that his heart has stopped beating.
Technically, he dies before he is resuscitated. As such, this is the first instance in an official Bond movie that he dies and then lives for a second time, as per the Ian Fleming haiku and novel and movie title "You Only Live Twice".
In the opening sequence of From Russia with Love , James Bond appeared to have been killed, but his face revealed another Agent under a mask, and in You Only Live Twice , his death was faked during the beginning of the movie.
Ian Fleming 's "You Only Live Twice" haiku poem reads: "You only live twice. Once when you are born. And once when you look death in the face.
Mollaka the free runner has no lines in this movie, in an early draft of the script he did, he said, "What's your name huh? I'm never there when they die.
I want to know the names, I want to know who died here today. You already had your answer". During the final hand of poker with Le Chiffre, Bond appears to hesitate before going "all in".
This is only for dramatic effect. With the dealing of the Four of Spades as the fourth community card known as "The Turn" or "Fourth Street" , Bond would have known he could not lose the game, regardless of the hands being held by the other players.
Under the dynamics of Texas Hold 'em, no other player could then complete a straight flush, which is the highest hand in straight poker.
Even if Le Chiffre had four aces, he still would have lost to Bond's straight flush. James Bond quips that Vesper Lynd isn't his type. In fact, she is ultimately found to have a boyfriend for whom she turned double agent.
This, coupled with the fact that Bond inevitably falls in love with her before discovering her treachery both romantic and traitorous , proves that "taken" women are indeed his type, whether he knows they're taken or not.
Third consecutive James Bond movie where James Bond was tortured. In The World Is Not Enough , he was tortured in a chair with tightening screws.
Tomorrow Never Dies featured chakra torture devices, but Bond was not actually tortured. In Die Another Day , he was tortured during the opening scenes while in a North Korean prison, and in this movie, he was tortured by Le Chiffre adapted from the classic sequence in the original Ian Fleming novel where Le Chiffre tortured Bond with a carpet beater.
In this movie, Le Chiffre uses a knotted rope. Plate glass was positioned under the chair so Daniel Craig was never actually struck with the rope.
However, at one point during filming, Mads Mikkelsen struck the glass with the rope so hard that the glass cracked, prompting a shocked crew member to quickly run over to the chair.
Though the iconic James Bond theme is not fully heard until the final scene of this movie, a few bars of it can be heard faintly at the end of the scene where Bond wins Dimitrios' vintage Aston Martin while playing poker, and a bit more prominently, when Bond's plane is first landing in the Bahamas.
There are also a few more bars heard just at the end of the defibrillator scene. The Quantum of Solace video game bridges the gap between this movie and the movie Quantum of Solace In the video game, just as Bond shoots Mr.
White in the leg and introduces himself, Bond chases after Mr. White and engages Mr. White's thug in a shoot-out at Mr. White's house and stops Mr.
White from escaping by shooting down his helicopter. When James Bond sends his resignation letter, there are several e-mail addresses are seen in his e-mail clients.
These addresses contain names of related personnel involved in the making of this movie Anne Bennett , Chris McBride , Robert Wright, et cetera. James Bond's letter of resignation, via the MI6 intelligence intranet, read: "M - I hereby tender my resignation with immediate effect.
Sincerely, James Bond". This is the third James Bond movie where James Bond has resigned. The first was On Her Majesty's Secret Service , and the second was Licence to Kill In the latter, his license to kill was revoked, and in Die Another Day , he was temporarily decommissioned.
Characters that appeared in this movie who were in the original "Casino Royale" novel include James Bond, Vesper Lynd, M, Le Chiffre, Rene Mathis, Felix Leiter, and Adolph Gettler.
Characters from this movie that returned in Quantum of Solace include James Bond, M, Felix Leiter, Rene Mathis, and Mr.
Characters from this movie that are referred to in Quantum of Solace include Le Chiffre and Vesper Lynd.
Second consecutive James Bond movie where a female character is revealed to be a double agent. First James Bond movie in the EON Productions series where the movie ends with James Bond alone, without a leading Bond Girl with him.
In On Her Majesty's Secret Service , he is with Tracy at the end, but she was murdered by Irma Bunt. During the final poker game, when James Bond realizes that he's been poisoned, and he grabs a salt shaker and a glass off a table - salt water is an emetic, something which will make you throw up if you drink too much.
He is trying to get rid of the poison in his system. When Bond wins the poker match, he casually slides a large red chip to the dealer as a tip. Bond's attempt at saving Vesper from a drowning death mirrors a scene that Daniel Craig played out in Lara Croft: Tomb Raider Except in the the other movie, he was trapped underwater, while the lead female tried to save him.
As this movie is a reboot of the character, showing James Bond as he scores his first two kills to qualify him for "Double-0" status, it is implied that he has never officially killed before now.
Including those first two kills but not Vesper, who kills herself despite Bond's attempts to rescue her, or Solange, for whose death he is indirectly responsible , Bond actively causes at least eleven definite deaths.
Since the Daniel Craig Bond movies restarted the timeline, negating all death tolls from former Bonds in previous movies, this iteration of the character only has eleven kills total so far.
This movie features the famous scene of Mads Mikkelsen 's Le Chiffre torturing James Bond in a chair.
However, in Exit that the tables are turned, and Thomas Skepphult also Mikkelsen was the one who was tortured in a chair. Exit premiered just a few months before this movie.
In the opening title sequence as the crosshairs move across the face of the queen of spades it reveals Vesper Lynd's face. Foreshadowing Vesper as a double agent.
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User Polls From Russia With Love -?? We barely got to know each other. I suppose that's something. Bond remains passive, his face expressionless.
Dryden says that Bond "needn't worry, the second is--" at which point Bond kills Dryden, before Dryden had a chance to say the word "easier".
Bond puts his pistol away saying, "Yes, considerably. In flashback, Fisher recovers from Bond's attempt to drown him and picks up his pistol.
The frame instantly shifts to the series' iconic "gun barrel" sequence as Bond spins around and shoots Fisher. Blood runs down the frame, prompting the opening titles.
In Mbale, Uganda a group of freedom fighters, led by Steven Obanno, are arranging a meeting with Le Chiffre, a private banker to terrorist groups around the world.
Obanno is not sure whether or not to trust Le Chiffre with his money, but Mr. White, the man brokering the meeting, explains that he's only the guy making the introduction.
Moments later, a convoy of Land Rovers arrive, one of which carries Le Chiffre. Obanno agrees to allow the money to be taken for Le Chiffre's nefarious purposes.
While Obanno's money is being loaded in to Le Chiffre's vehicles, Le Chiffre calls his stockbroker in London and has him short-sell a massive number of Skyfleet stocks, despite the broker warning him that he's betting against the market and all forecasts only call for Skyfleet's stocks to increase in value.
In Madagascar, Bond, on his first mission as a "00", is working with another agent, Carter, doing surveillance on a terrorist, Mollaka, who is gambling on a match between a cobra and a mongoose.
Carter, Bond's inexperienced partner agent is exposed after Mollaka gets a cell call and the terrorist bolts from the scene.
Bond chases the man, who is an experienced "free runner" parkour who leads Bond through a construction site, onto several sky cranes and finally to the Nambutu embassy where he seeks asylum.
Bond charges into the embassy in direct contravention of international law and his orders and catches Mollaka in the ambassador's office. Bond drags him along, fighting his way thru the halls of the embassy, throwing the man out a window and into a courtyard.
He suddenly finds himself surrounded by armed guards.