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I believe this scene shows a fallacy which is not uncommon in action movies - the idea that the strength and fortitude will somehow always overcome adversity. Blofeld tells Bond: "When the needle hits the point right here in the brain, you can't recognize no one! You will not remember her because she will be another face on your grave." Now, there ...


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The building was supposed to have been being prepped for demolition after both Silva's bomb and the move to the new combined centre. Likely this would have been erected by the demolition crew, to protect them whilst they prepared the explosives, to stop debris falling on them down the central well. I've seen similar on real UK demolition sites, both ...


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Whilst I'm happy to be corrected, I'm going to be boring and say health and safety. From the Health & Safety Executive in the UK: The law says that all demolition, dismantling and structural alteration must be carefully planned and carried out in a way that prevents danger by practitioners with the relevant skills, knowledge and experience. ...


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I'm not sure the painting is significant, or if it's the restaurant itself that is significant. The restaurant shown is the Rules Restaurant, the oldest restaurant in London. The painting shown in Spectre does indeed hang there and doesn't appear to be a particularly famous work. Therefore, I'd suggest the restaurant symbolises a few things: Firstly, M - ...


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836547 can spell out "ten lip." "Ten" might be a reference to a "perfect ten" and "lip" might be a body part or the attitude/sass that body part can be used to express. It's much more likely this was a filming goof, but if you want something more interesting to think about in line with the story, there you go!


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I think that 836547 has to be divided this way 83 - 65 - 47 Those are Vesper's body measures. In the scene before we see Vesper giving Bond a perfect tailored smoking, hand made just for him. That's the point. The password was just his "revenge" on her deduction skill about his own body. The password is not Vesper but is anyway about her, or what Bond ...


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There are certain rules in relation to what can be put on gravestones. Though these differ by authorities/ Diocese. The Diocese of Oxford, for example, says that "inscriptions must be simple, reverent and theologically acceptable; they may include appropriate quotations from the scriptures or literary sources." Nicknames or pet names are allowed, ...



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