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Lavrentiy Beria

“It was a Beria operation in Stalin’s time.”
There is much to be learned about the actual organisation of Soviet Intelligence and how it has been depicted in the Bond films. 797 more words

The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights

This will be our first foray into thinking about the formal and ideological differences between literature and film. Many of you have seen at least one James Bond film in your lifetime, so the codes of how a Bond story work should be familiar to you. 105 more words


The Living Daylights

PG  |  130 min  |  Action, Adventure, Romance  |  31 July 1987 (USA)

James Bond is living on the edge to stop an evil arms dealer from starting another world war. 38 more words

The Living Daylights

When U Say My Name

China Glaze in When U Say My Name with OPI in The Living Daylights for sparkle on the ring finger.

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Project Bond: The Living Daylights

Well, well, well. What have we here? Timothy Dalton, you dark horse, you. This was an unexpected pleasure. I’m not sure if I was just so utterly sick of Roger Moore, or if Dalton was genuinely brilliant, but this was one of my favourite Bond films so far. 448 more words


REVIEW: The Living Daylights (1987)

James Bond (Timothy Dalton) must stop an arms dealer from starting another world war. But that it isn’t easy when he’s unsure to trust KGB defector General Koskov (Jeroen Krabbe) and the cellist Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo). 337 more words


Field Report: Jonathan Hopson from the Victoria and Albert Museum

This week we welcome Jonathan Hopson from the V & A Museum in London, in from the cold, to submit his Field Report.

What is your favourite Chopping cover and why? 582 more words

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