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From Russian With Love (James Bond Inspired)
« on: July 17, 2019, 09:26:40 pm »
From Russia With Love

I’m interested in doing a plot reminiscent of From Russia With Love one of the original James Bond Movies.

I want to get a few important points down right out of the bat

Do You Need To Know The Movie?

Not necessarily, I’m going to go over the plot details and what not in the interest

Am I playing James Bond?

No, I don’t want to play James Bond but I will be playing someone reminiscent of him.  Call it my own version of the character.  Or my own take on a “James Bond” like secret agent

Anyways! In the movie James Bond is dispatched to help a Russian Defector (who just so happens to be female) who has a top-secret encoder. Basically she’s selling it to Britain and expressly asks James Bond escort her to Britain.

This all turns out be a trap by a rival organization that wants Bond dead and so we have our tale.

I’m looking to play an American (Or British) Agent who finds himself sent on a similar mission. He’s asked to travel abroad to escort a defector back home with highly prized intel. Little does he know this is all a trap and we go from there.

Now the movie is set in the 64 and feature as said before a Russian Female. The time frame and the nationality of my partner is up to whoever I write with. The idea of her being “aware” of this mission or not is also entirely up to you.