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James Bond 007 - The World is not Enough DVD 1999 James Bond A világ nem elég / Directed by Michael Apted / Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle

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James Bond 007 - The World is not Enough DVD 1999 James Bond A világ nem elég / Directed by Michael Apted / Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Sophie Marceau, Robert Carlyle

UPC 8594163150037 / 2



AUDIO: English 5.1, Czech 5.1, Hungarian 5.1, Polish 5.1

Subtitles: English, Czech, Bulgarian, Croatian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish

TOTAL RUNTIME: 123 minutes


Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 - DVD 2 of 20 / James Bond Sorozat 2/20


English Summary:

The World Is Not Enough is a 1999 spy film and the nineteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the third to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film was directed by Michael Apted, with the original story and screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, and Bruce Feirstein.[2] It was produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. The title is taken from the Bond family Coat of Arms created as part of the cover for 007 in the 1969 movie On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

MI6 agent James Bond arrives at a Swiss bank in Bilbao, Spain, to retrieve money for British oil tycoon Sir Robert King. Bond also wants the name of the killer of a fellow MI6 agent, but the banker is killed by his assistant before he can reveal it. Bond escapes from the banker's office with the money, but it is revealed to be booby-trapped; Sir Robert is killed by an explosion inside MI6 headquarters in London. Bond gives chase to the assassin on a Q-modified speedboat down the Thames to the Millennium Dome, where she attempts to escape by hot air balloon. Bond offers her protection, but she refuses and blows up the balloon, killing herself.

Although injured falling from the balloon, Bond is cleared for duty, attends Sir Robert's funeral, and traces the recovered money to Viktor "Renard" Zokas, a KGB agent-turned-terrorist. Following an earlier attempt on his life by MI6 agent 009, Renard was left with a bullet in his brain, which is gradually destroying his senses, making him immune to pain until he dies. M assigns Bond to protect King's daughter Elektra against Renard, who had previously abducted her. Bond flies to Azerbaijan, where Elektra is overseeing the construction of a new segment of her family's oil pipeline. During a tour of the pipeline's proposed route through the mountains, Bond and Elektra are attacked by a hit squad in armed, paraglider-equipped snowmobiles. Despite being unarmed, Bond is able to dispatch the snowmobiles by using the terrain to his advantage and a protective shield in his jacket.


Hungarian Summary:

James Bondot a Kaukázus távoli olajmezeire vezeti küldetése. Azerbajdzsán milliókat érő fekete aranyért folyó elkeseredett harc színtere lesz. Sir Robert King vállalata a konkurenciával párhuzamosan új kőolajvezetéket épít a térségben. A Londonba érkező lord bombamerénylet áldozata lesz. Ráadásul éppen régi barátja, M főhadiszállásán, a 007-es ügynök szeme láttára. Így aztán nem kell sokáig várnunk, hogy Bond akcióba lépjen.


Cast / Szereplők:

  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond, 007, the movie's protagonist
  • Sophie Marceau as Elektra King, an oil heiress who is seemingly being targeted by Renard, the world's most wanted terrorist. Bond is tasked by M to protect her at all costs, although he suspects that there is more to her than meets the eye.
  • Robert Carlyle as Victor "Renard" Zokas, a former KGB agent turned high-tech terrorist. Years ago, Renard kidnapped Elektra King in exchange for a massive ransom demand. The ordeal resulted in a failed assassination attempt by MI6 and left Renard with a bullet lodged in his brain which renders him impervious to pain as well as slowly killing off his other senses. Renard now seeks revenge on both the King family and MI6 for his death sentence, as the bullet will kill him when the bullet reaches the center of his brain.
  • Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones, an American nuclear physicist assisting Bond in his mission.[3] Richards stated that she liked the role because it was "brainy", "athletic", and had "depth of character, in contrast to Bond girls from previous decades".[4] Richards stated that a lot of viewers "made fun of" the character's attire but that "These Bond girls are so outrageous and if I did really look like a scientist, the Bond fans would have been disappointed."[5] Writer Ben Bussey stated in a Yahoo! Movies article that "it's clear that Eon were never aiming especially high with this character" since the company "reportedly" auditioned Geri Halliwell and Tiffani Thiessen for the role.[6]
  • Robbie Coltrane as Valentin Zukovsky: A former Russian mafia boss and Baku casino owner. Bond initially seeks out Zukovsky for intel on Renard and is subsequently aided by him when Zukovsky's nephew falls into Renard's captivity. Coltrane reprises his role from GoldenEye.
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q: MI6's "quartermaster" who supplies Bond with multi-purpose vehicles and gadgets useful for the latter's mission. The film would be Llewelyn's final performance as Q. Although the actor was not officially retiring from the role, the Q character was training his eventual replacement in this film. Llewelyn was killed in a car accident shortly after the film's premiere.
  • Judi Dench as M: The head of MI6.
  • John Cleese as Q's appointed successor: Q's assistant and successor. A humorous James Bond refers to him as "R": "If you're Q....does that make him R?"
  • Michael Kitchen as Bill Tanner: M's Chief of Staff.
  • Colin Salmon as Charles Robinson: M's Deputy Chief of Staff.
  • Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny: M's secretary.
  • Serena Scott Thomas as Dr. Molly Warmflash, an MI6 agent and doctor assigned to examine Bond, as well as describing Renard's seeming invincibility due to the terminal bullet in his brain that will kill him when it reaches the center of his brain.
  • John Seru as Gabor: Elektra King's bodyguard who is seen accompanying King wherever she travels.
  • Ulrich Thomsen as Sasha Davidov: Elektra King's head of security in Azerbaijan and Renard's secret liaison.
  • Goldie as Bull: Valentin Zukovsky's gold-toothed and gold-haired bodyguard. Although listed as 'Bull' in the credits, Zukovsky refers to him as 'Bullion' in the film.
  • Maria Grazia Cucinotta as "Cigar Girl": An experienced assassin working for Renard, who appears as a lady who supplies Bond and the banker with cigars during their meeting in Bilbao and who tries to assassinate Bond in London. In the novelisation, the character is given the name Giulietta da Vinci.
  • David Calder as Sir Robert King: Elektra's father and an oil tycoon who is later killed during a bomb attack on MI6 headquarters.
  • Sean Cronin as Renard's Henchman (uncredited)
  • Martyn Lewis as newsreader

Coltrane and Carlyle previously appeared together in Cracker, but they do not share any screen time in this film.

Magyar Hangok:

SzerepSzínészMagyar hang
James Bond Pierce Brosnan Kautzky Armand
Elektra King Sophie Marceau Kökényessy Ági
Victor `Renard` Zokas Robert Carlyle Epres Attila
Dr. Christmas Jones Denise Richards Madarász Éva
Valentyin Dimitrovics Zukovszkij Robbie Coltrane Csuja Imre
M Judi Dench Tímár Éva
Q Desmond Llewelyn Kun Vilmos
R John Cleese Barbinek Péter
Julietta, a szivaros lány Maria Grazia Cucinotta Pokorny Lia
Miss Moneypenny Samantha Bond Kocsis Mariann
Bill Tanner Michael Kitchen Orosz István
Charles Robinson Colin Salmon Galambos Péter
Bull Goldie Bicskey Lukács
Sir Robert King David Calder Kardos Gábor


Directed by Michael Apted
Produced by Michael G. Wilson
Barbara Broccoli
Screenplay by Neal Purvis
Robert Wade

Bruce Feirstein
Story by Neal Purvis
Robert Wade
  • Pierce Brosnan
  • Sophie Marceau
  • Robert Carlyle
  • Denise Richards
  • Robbie Coltrane
  • Judi Dench
Music by David Arnold
Cinematography Adrian Biddle
Edited by Jim Clark
Eon Productions
Distributed by MGM Distribution Co. (US)
United International Pictures (International)
Release date
  • 8 November 1999 (Los Angeles, premiere)
  • 19 November 1999 (United States)
  • 26 November 1999 (United Kingdom)
Running time
123 minutes
Country United Kingdom
United States
Language English


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