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The World Is Not Enough (1999) On Swedish Television

By: Anders Frejdh
The World Is Not Enough poster
The first 19 films in the official James Bond series will once again be broadcast on Swedish television by TV3. This week it will be The World Is Not Enough (1999).

A large British businessman and friend of M, Sir Robert King, is assassinated inside the MI6 headquarters in London. M sends its agents on the hunt for the killer.

When Agent 007 is assigned to protect the victim's daughter, Elektra, a hot oil heiress, he is thrown into a passionate and colourful adventure. He is against one of his greatest enemies, Renard, a ruthless high-tech terrorist, with a total inability to feel pain makes him a formidable enemy, virtually unstoppable. Luckily, Bond gets help from the female scientist, Dr. Christmas Jones.

The film is directed by Michael Apted.

Pierce Brosnan (James Bond), Sophie Marceau (Elektra King), Robert Carlyle (Renard), Denise Richards (Christmas Jones), Robbie Coltrane (Valentin Zukovsky), Judi Dench (M), and Desmond Llewellyn (Q), and John Cleese (R).

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Photo above:
Original film poster for The World Is Not Enough (1999) from Anders Frejdh’s private collection.

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