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She poses as a radio seller, working with Rene Mathis, and later as Bond's companion to infiltrate the casino in Royale-Les-Eaux, in which Le Chiffre frequently.


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In CASINO ROYALE, René Mathis (Giancarlo Giannini) is 's (Daniel to explain the game to Treasury official Vesper Lynd (Eva Green).


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The plot was so mismanaged that the writers had to enlist M at the very end, to quickly explain everything to us. ("Oh by the way , Vesper had.


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This scene appears in the source novel by Ian Fleming, albeit with a paper note rather than an SMS. At four o'clock Bond was about to call for.


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Daniel Craig took over as James Bond in Casino Royale. Either I'm being dumb or the plot isn't adequately explained. And finally, the stage whispers of Mathis throughout: “Bond will have to go all in to call his bluff.”.


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Questions and answers for Casino Royale (). Question: When Vesper is kidnapped by Le Chiffre, Bond suspects Mathis betrayed him, and Le Chiffre even confirms it. But then it is Any explanation would be greatly appreciated. 2.


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I've always read that scene characterwise as shooting first and grieving later, albeit briefly. Yup, that's why Bond will not even give a second thought of grief after Aki dies in his arms! This scene puzzled me for the reason that 1 We don't know really what clued Bond in and 2 I never really understood what Le Chiffre intended by luring Vesper out of the hotel. Some say that Bond suspected Mathis to have tipped Bond off about Le Chiffre's "tell" while bluffing, but Bond didn't seem to have nursed any suspicions about Mathis before then. I hope it's a trait that will continue, although I wouldn't expect him to be fooled in quite the same way twice. I think the different angles being presented serve to validate the one picture, pretty much how it happens in real life. Bond is an intelligence agent and I don't think his world should be as unmistakenly clear as it has been in past films. I expect much of that will be answered by Bond 22, but I wouldn't mind if that film raised questions of its own. The plot was so mismanaged that the writers had to enlist M at the very end, to quickly explain everything to us. A bit like the bit where he calls the phone on the body in that guy's boot - presumably the car and owner are part of le Chiffre's gang, but he hasn't been set up well enough for us to know him. What stands out to me the most: -Mathis is the Montenegro contact potential for earlier dealings with criminal network. Also, shouldn't he have suspected Vesper as one of two potential leaks? I was never convinced, for example, that Vesper had to die. We don't find out what happened to them once Felix gave Bond the money. I think you certainly can be too cryptic, but one of the things I really liked about the CR script is that it didn't spend a lot of time explaining what was, for a Bond film, a complicated plot M's briefing Bond on the boyfriend angle aside and let the audience piece together the outlines of it from the action. I think the different angles being presented serve to validate the central picture, pretty much how it happens in real life. I like the concept of a rookie Bond being more fallible That's not the way it happened in the original novel. The novel itself presented a more convincing case. I believe Bond becomes suspicious because Mathis fails to make a personal appearance at the resturaunt. That's very true. It would be risky to lift her under Bonds nose with a clue so he chased them right away. You do get the feeling that somewhere along the way an important scene was cut. M certainly missed something when she warned Bond to keep his ego out of it and overlooked the honey trap aspect of Vesper's role until the end, which is a common text-book intelligence hazzard. Her actions in the film are meant to protray a smart, accomplished professional, suddenly tossed into international espionage, who is then blackmailed into betraying her goverment - all in the space of a few days. That's a good point! The car is pretty distinctive too- feels like we should recognise it. What was his relationship to LeChiffre? While Vesper's actions are more overt in the film she becomes an active participant in the bad guys scheme her motivations are the same as in the novel - trying to save her trapped lover, and later trying to escape her bad situation by using Bond. But it fell apart as the thriller it was supposed to be because I knew the "secret" 10 minutes into the plot and couldn't figure out why the main characters -- a supposedly brilliant lawyer and engineering genius -- couldn't figure it out. I think we're so used to Bond films ending with the traditional defeating the madman set piece and bedding the leading lady that CR was a major mind-blower. When he and Vesper are on the beach, Bond blames him for revealing the 'tell,' but one has to consider the possibility that it was Vesper, and not Mathis I think Mathis was a double or triple?{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} She's the girl in YOLT who dies whilst sleeping with Bond when an assassin drops poison meant for down a string. He doesn't know everything and neither does the audience. I just watched a finely directed and acted film with interesting characters called Fracture. So if the intention was to get Bond to follow them into danger, they had a pretty insipid plan. Maybe, but there should have been some dialogue or some other device to help the viewer avoid that particular plot ambiguity. Vesper's "Mathis needs me. Later they act like they didn't need Vesper dumping her out of the car. Should that be credit to Haggis? Wait until HH see this. The fact that Bond thought it was strange that Mathis would text Vesper and not himself is not so difficult to get round. The conversation with Bond after the game "Just because you've been doing something, doesn't mean you have to continue She is less a traitor in the film than in the book, where the Russian's have been holding her Polish lover for years, and Vesper has been handing over British secrets the entire time, secrets from Head of "S", the section that deals directly with the Soviets. Maybe they wanted Vesper as she was the one with the account number and possibly also the password, she could then be used as bait for Bond at a later date. Apologies if this has been discussed but I couldn't find anything; while celebrating a bit after winning the big pot, what clued in Bond that Vesper was in danger when she left the dining room? Yes, and what happened to Felix? Wouldn't they feel silly if Bond just sat there chewing his steak thinking that Vesper was indeed meeting with Mathis. But reality catches up and for Vesper, death becomes the only viable alternative. Since Vesper is essentially a civilian, she has trouble coping with the situation, and makes wrong choices. Then again, that was the point of the theme in exploring Bond's development as the experienced double 0 he would soon become. I don't think they intended for him to chase after them like that. There is a lot about CR that confuses me. If you liked the film, it seemed deeper than it really was, and if you hated it, incomprehensible as a Bond film. It's unusual for an escapist action film, and I think that's what throws off some people. Even Vesper's death does not seem so inevitable as to justify her commiting suicide in the film. Or Mathis and Vesper had no business working together, but that doesn't really hold water either and frankly this bit has baffled me every time I watch it. One thing I really hate is when the audience is smarter than the characters. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Active topics Unanswered topics. I don't know if Bond's arrogance can completely be discounted; the screenwriters made sure to have Bond concede that he'd been arrogant when he was trying to get the backup cash from Vesper. They were probably going to either get the bank info from her or ransom her for the information from Bond, but when he took off after them, they dumped her in the road to get him to crash. I completely agree, as always. She comes to appreciate Bond's strength, courage and seeming indestuctability, and he becomes her saviour! I think Mathis' full role is yet to be revealed. I'll leave that explanation to Percy Sledge:. Thanks everyone. Topic RSS feed. But why doesn't Bond also suspect Vesper? I thought this was the moment when he was brought down a peg or two. You must login or register to post a reply. Problem is that we see Mathis and Vesper together quite a bit at the poker games, so it doesn't seem unlikely that the two were in contact. It was an opportunity for Bond to really be brought down a peg or two and realize that maybe M was right about him. CR's Bond is much more fallible than we've seen him before, which follows the spirit of the novel specifically and Fleming's Bond generally. Pages 1 2 3 4 5 Next. One of the CR's strengths is that even if you know the story from the novel, there is still a sense of mystery and suprise at the end: who exactly is Mr. On HH's comment, M certainly missed something when she warned Bond to keep his ego out of it and overlooked the honey trap aspect of Vesper's role until the end, which is a common text-book intelligence hazzard. Afterall Mathis was Bonds contact, not Vespers. Doesn't seem convincing enough. The film substitutes a text message not possible when Fleming wrote the original for a note. Utterly dire! He was kidnapped by Le Chiffre's organization, and she was blackmailed. With the possible exception of the movie of Goldfinger; in which he's absolutely rubbish! I've read some explantions that made sense in another forum, but I can't remember them something to do with Mathis should be off arresting Le Chiffre? Bond promptly wakes up and shoots the bad guy, then turns to Aki in her dying moments just as Tiger bursts in. Vesper must have made a deal to spare your life in exchange for the money. Vesper's death is inevitable because that is the way old Ian Fleming wrote the origial novel. Maybe, but there should be dialogue or some other device to help the viewer connect with the plot. Vesper certainly doesn't seem surprised at him contacting her- unless she's supposed to be lying about who sent her the message? Why weren't you killed the night you were tortured? Who was the guy in Venice and how does he fit in? Placing her in the road was very risky as they could have killed both Bond and Vesper and never gotten the money, although this could be a last ditch attempt as Bond chasing them could have ended all hope of freedom and the money anyway. Bond's thought processes are explained in the novel. It's quite annoying- seems like something has been cut somewhere. Should that be credited to Haggis "layered" writing? Unfortunately, the screenwriters decided to blame Mathis. Bond may also have an instinct that something is "wrong". After that, things just clicked into place. I've explained Bond's brainstorm about Mathis in the dining before, so I won't do it again.