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Le Chiffre, a banker to the world’s terrorists, is scheduled to participate in a high-stakes poker game in Montenegro, where he intends to use his winnings to establish his financial grip on the terrorist market. M sends Bond – on his maiden mission as a 00 Agent – to attend this game and prevent Le Chiffre from winning. With the help of Vesper Lynd and Felix Leiter, Bond enters the most important poker game in his already dangerous career.
In the original Bond series, only a handful of films really attempted to touch base with the novels of Ian Fleming. “Dr. No” showed the Fleming feeling for character and action, but introduced elements to the plot that detracted from the ‘hard-boiled’ spy story that Fleming thought he was writing; “Thunderball” came close, but that was because Fleming developed the story on commission for the film. “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” had the book’s plot pretty down pat, and was made in a kind of ‘grand adventure’ style, but of course it suffered from the choice of Lazenby – a professional model, not an actor – as Bond. “The Living Daylights” showed the producers’ interest in returning to the roots, but Dalton was uncomfortable playing Bond, and uncomfortable with the wisecracks which had become part of the character’s schtick – and which were really badly written for the Dalton films. “Goldeneye” was admirable attempt to update the Fleming milieu for the end of the Cold War, but left the character himself as yet without an ‘updated’ definition.
The decision to make a 21st Century version of Fleming’s first Bond novel – and, beyond the update, to remain true to the novel, sans comic patter, sans sci-fi techno-schtick, sans major rewrite of the basic plot – promised to present Bond fans of all ages with a direct challenge. Do we want the hard-boiled spy Fleming first envisioned – patterned after Chandler’s Philip Marlowe and W. Somerset Maughm’s Ashenden (“or: The British Agent”)? Or would we really rather have the suave stand-up comedian and Playboy magazine contributor introduced by Broccoli, Maibaum, Young, and company, in the second Connery film, “From Russia With Love”?