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I don't think it is plothole. To open a Bank account you would need to provide certain details with which the identity of the person who is opening the account can be determined. Now imagine if you are a bad guy would you prefer to give out your account number to a government personal, with which you could be traced. You will also expose all the other ...


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It is a little joking throwaway line, but I think it directly relates to her earlier dialogue, when she says In the old days if an agent did something that embarrassing he'd have a good sense to defect. That might be what she is missing in this particular situation, a way for Bond to easily "dispose" himself without making MI6 any further shame. If she ...


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Le Chiffre is basically planting a red herring. So, in order to manipulate Bond, he implies that Mathis is the one that betrayed him and passed information along, rather than the real traitor. It has the added effect of cutting out another support leg from under Bond.


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This is a bit of a non-answer, but having watched the scene(s) many times and scoured the Internet, I'm going to say it's just a movie mistake. It's certainly identified as such (continuity error) on most Movie Mistake websites. My only reasoning is thus: one, there doesn't appear to be another solution and one is unlikely forthcoming and; two, despite the ...



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