Audio problem: When Bond and Domino are dancing the tango, we hear Domino ask "What is it you're after?" but her lips don't move. (01:17:40)
Bond helps Leiter and his team retrieve the missiles, then goes after Largo, who nearly kills him before being taken out by Domino. With the world safe, Bond decides to retire from MI6 and live with Domino. Nigel Small-Fawcett, the bumbling civil servant seen earlier in the film tries to persuade Bond to return to the service; Bond replies by throwing Small-Fawcett into his swimming pool and telling him "never again."
Q: Welcome back, Mr. Bond. I trust there will be lots of gratuitous sex and violence occurring.
Question: Sean Connery took dancing lessons for 11 years in his youth, and he surely knew how to dance when he made this film in his 50s. So, why is his choreographed tango with Kim Basinger in this film so painfully, embarrassingly awkward and heavily edited? Is this perhaps due to the fact that Kim Basinger had virtually no dancing skills?
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