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Movie A View To A Kill
Title A View To A Kill
Original title A View to a Kill
Year 1985
Director John Glen
Genre Thriller, Adventure, Action
Plot – James Bond’s mission is to discover the production of sophisticated microchips from computers similar to the ones realized in the Silicon Valley. The Soviet secret service are interested as well and Bond goes to Paris to meet Max Zorin, a Russian industrialist, pretending to be interested in a horse livestock. In Zorin’s villa, Bond enters the underground lab and finds the needed proofs. His partner is killed by May Day, a ruthless Zorin’s colleague. In reality, Zorin is a KGB agent who wants to betray the Russians and sells them an extraordinary project: a device that provokes an earthquake underneath the Silicon Valley that is able to destroy all the technological machines. Bond enters in Zorin’s headquarters helped by Stacey Sutton, the daughter of the ex-owner of the place. The headquarters flood and Bond makes the device explode outside the mine, but Zorin escapes with Stacey. After a frightful fight, James Bond kills Zorin and saves the girl.
All actors – Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts, Grace Jones, Patrick Macnee, Patrick Bauchau, David Yip, Fiona Fullerton, Manning Redwood, Alison Doody, Willoughby Gray, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Brown, Lois Maxwell, Walter Gotell, Geoffrey Keen, Jean Rougerie, Daniel Benzali, Bogdan Kominowski, Papillon Soo, Mary Stavin, Dominique Risbourg, Carole Ashby, Anthony Chinn, Lucien Jérôme, Joe Flood, Gérard Buhr, Dolph Lundgren, Tony Sibbald, Bill Ackridge, Ron Tarr, Taylor McAuley, Peter Ensor, Seva Novgorodtsev, Sian Adey-Jones, Caroline Hallett, Nike Clark, Paula Thomas, Gloria Douse, Lou-Anne Ronchi, Elke Ritschel, Mayako Torigai, , Maud Adams, Celine Cawley, Helen Clitherow, Tim Condren, Clive Curtis, Deborah Hanna, Kit Hillier, Frank Jakeman, Terri Johns, Haydon-Pearce Josanne, Karen Loughlin, Derek Lyons, Robert Ian Mackenzie, Roland Malet, Norman Mark, Kim Ashfield Norton, Doug Robinson, Terry Sach, Suzanne Saunders, Jane Spencer, Michael G. Wilson, Richard Winter-Stanbridge, Steven Zax
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