Camille kills Medrano. Bond (Daniel Craig) and Camille escape the hotel. Mr. Greene tries to escape but is interrogated by Bond and he gives information about the organization Quantum. Bond drives away and leaves Mr. Greene in the desert with a can of motor oil. Bond goes to Russia and confronts Vesper's (Eva Green) boyfriend Yusef (mentioned in the previous film and this one). He's really an agent of Quantum who seduces intelligence agents then fakes his own kidnapping in order to get secrets and information from agents. M (Judi Dench) and Bond talk and she mentions that Mr. Greene was found dead (shot in the head) in the Bolivian desert. Bond has now moved on and no longer angry about his relationship with Vesper after confronting Yusef. He discards Vesper's necklace and walks away...
Question: Saw the film once in the movies and now on DVD. Still can't figure this out. Bond follows Camille to the dock and watches from a distance as Dominic talks to General Medrano about using Camille, then killing her. Then Camille (not knowing her fate, only knowing that she wants to kill the General) leaves on a boat with Medrano. As the boat leaves, Bond suddenly realizes that he must get Camille away from the General and goes through a series of very dangerous moves on the water to kidnap her away from him. The question: why? Bond could not possibly have heard Dominic's remarks about killing her. Bond's sudden decision to steal Camille away from the General makes no sense.BocaDavie
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