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The Title "The Man from U.N.C.L.E." refers to Napoleon Solo. The movie is a reboot/prequel of the 1960's show of the same name. Solo is Number One in Section Two (Operations and Enforcement) at U.N.C.L.E. (During the show's black & white first season, the number on his official badge was the Roman numeral 'II,' signifying that he was the head of ...


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I don't think that the rainbows were meant to indicate any sort of meaning. Rather, they are lens flares, they either happened organically during filming or were added later on to give the movies a slightly more "rustic" feel. Lens flares occur when light, usually strong light, hits the lens of the camera at particular angles. Back in the day it was a lot ...


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It's possible. The car in the scene is a VEB Sachsenring Trabant, a weak POS, in terms of both power and construction. This explains why Illya Kuryakin was 1) able to slow down the car when Gaby and Solo were trying to drive off, and 2) rips the trunk lid off. From wiki: The Trabant was a steel monocoque [Supported by it's skin, like an eggshell] design ...


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If you actually read that link, you'd see it was explained in the movie's MB. ;o) http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1638355/board/nest/248914054?ref_=tt_bd_6 United Network Command For Law Enforcement


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