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- James Bond - The Living Daylights DVD 1987 James Bond 007 - Halálos Rémületben / Directed by John Glen / Starring: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Joe Don Baker, Art Malik, Jeroen Krabbé / Written by Ian Fleming
James Bond - The Living Daylights DVD 1987 James Bond 007 - Halálos Rémületben / Directed by John Glen / Starring: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Joe Don Baker, Art Malik, Jeroen Krabbé / Written by Ian Fleming
James Bond - The Living Daylights DVD 1987 James Bond 007 - Halálos Rémületben / Directed by John Glen / Starring: Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Joe Don Baker, Art Malik, Jeroen Krabbé / Written by Ian Fleming / Egylemezes változat
REGION 2 PAL DVD
MADE IN HUNGARY
AUDIO: Hungarian 5.1, English 5.1, Czech 5.1, Polish 5.1
SUBTITLES: Hungarian, English, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Hebrew, Icelandic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish
Runtime: 125 minutes
The Living Daylights is a 1987 British spy film and the fifteenth entry in the James Bond film series produced by Eon Productions, and the first to star Timothy Dalton as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. Directed by John Glen, the film's title is taken from Ian Fleming's short story The Living Daylights, the plot of which also forms the basis of the first act of the film. It was the last film to use the title of an Ian Fleming story until the 2006 instalment Casino Royale.
James Bond is assigned to aid the defection of a KGB officer, General Georgi Koskov, covering his escape from a concert hall in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia during intermission. During the mission, Bond notices that the KGB sniper assigned to prevent Koskov's escape is a female cellist from the orchestra. Disobeying his orders to kill the sniper, he instead shoots the rifle from her hands, then uses the Trans-Siberian Pipeline to smuggle Koskov across the border into Austria and then on to Britain.
In his post-defection debriefing, Koskov informs MI6 that the KGB's old policy of 'Smiert Spionam', meaning 'Death to Spies', has been revived by General Leonid Pushkin, the new head of the KGB. Koskov is later abducted from the safe-house and assumed to have been taken back to Moscow. Bond is directed to track down Pushkin in Tangier and kill him, to forestall further killings of agents and escalation of tensions between the Soviet Union and the West. Bond agrees to carry out the mission when he learns that the assassin who killed 004 (as depicted in the pre-title sequence) left a note bearing the same message, "Smiert Spionam".
Egy ismeretlen alvilági szervezet sorra gyilkolja a nyugati világ legjobb titkosügynökeit, megbontva ezzel a kelet és a nyugat hidegháborús, langyos egyensúlyát. Bár az akció kétségtelenül a szovjetek malmára hajtja a vizet, kivételesen nem a KGB keze van a dologban, hanem egy köpönyegforgató orosz tábornoké, akinek egykor még maga James Bond segített nyugatra szökni. A 007-es ügynöknek azonban most el kell kapnia a tábornokot, akihez csak egyetlen módon kerülhetnek közel: ha megtalálják egykori barátnőjét, Karát, a cseh csellistalányt. Bondnak először őt kell kiszöktetnie az országból, majd rá kell jönnie, mire is megy ki a dolog. Kalandjai során ópium- és fegyvercsempészekkel hozza össze a sors és belecsöppen az afganisztáni háború közepébe...
Cast / Szereplők:
- Timothy Dalton as James Bond: an MI6 agent assigned to look into the deaths of and conspiracies against several of his allies.
- Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy: Koskov's girlfriend and later Bond's love interest.
- Joe Don Baker as Brad Whitaker: An American arms dealer and self-styled general. Baker called his character "a nut" who "thought he was Napoleon".
- Jeroen Krabbé as General Georgi Koskov: Whitaker's ally and a renegade Soviet general.
- John Rhys-Davies as General Leonid Pushkin: The new head of the KGB, replacing General Gogol.
- Art Malik as Kamran Shah: a leader in the Afghan Mujahideen.
- Andreas Wisniewski as Necros: Koskov's henchman, who poses repeated threats to Bond.
- Thomas Wheatley as Saunders: Bond's ally.
- Robert Brown as M: The head of MI6 and Bond's superior.
- Desmond Llewelyn as Q: MI6's "quartermaster", who supplies Bond with multi-purpose vehicles and gadgets useful in the latter's mission.
- Geoffrey Keen as Frederick Gray: The British Minister of Defence
- Caroline Bliss as Miss Moneypenny: M's secretary.
- John Terry as Felix Leiter: A CIA agent and ally to Bond.
- Walter Gotell as General Gogol: The retired head of the KGB, now a diplomat shown in a cameo at the end of the film.
- Virginia Hey as Rubavitch: General Leonid Pushkin's mistress in Morocco
- Julie T. Wallace as Rosika Miklos: James Bond's contact in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia who works at the TransSiberian Pipeline.
- Catherine Rabett and Dulice Liecier as Liz and Ava: two CIA agents assisting Felix Leiter.
- Nadim Sawalha cameos as a police chief in Tangier. Sawalha also appeared in a previous 007 film, The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), as Aziz Fekkesh.
|Directed by||John Glen|
|Produced by||Albert R. Broccoli
Michael G. Wilson
|Screenplay by||Richard Maibaum
Michael G. Wilson
|Based on||The Living Daylights
by Ian Fleming
|Music by||John Barry|
|Edited by||John Grover
|Distributed by||United International Pictures (MGM/UA Communications Co.)|
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