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From Russia with Love is a 1963 movie with a runtime of 115
Director Terence Young,
David C. Anderson,
Cast Sean Connery,
Agent 007 is back in the second installment of the James Bond series, this time battling a secret crime organization known as SPECTRE. Russians Rosa Klebb and Kronsteen are out to snatch a decoding device known as the Lektor, using the ravishing Tatiana to lure Bond into helping them. Bond willingly travels to meet Tatiana in Istanbul, where he must rely on his wits to escape with his life in a series of deadly encounters with the enemy Currently you are able to watch "From Russia with Love
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- MPAA Reason
- BBFC Reason
- Contains moderate violence and mild sex references
- Maturity Rating Reason
based on novel or book,
secret intelligence service,
- BBFC Ratings info
- FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE is the second film in the James Bond series, in which the spy travels to Russia to meet a beautiful Russian agent willing to defect to the West.
There are occasional scenes of mild violence, including brief sight of blood and the use of knives and a guns. A scene of moderate violence occurs in a train carriage, in which two men exchange punches and kicks, and at one point razor wire is used as a weapon.
Occasional mild sex references include use of terms such as 'making love', and brief, partially obscured sight of a nude woman, as well as a scene in which Bond kisses a woman on a bed.
Infrequent mild bad language includes 'hell' and 'bloody'.
- Sex & Nudity
- Sex & Nudity Reason
- As with most Bond movies, the intro features scantly clad women dancing. Although the credits are dark, cleavage, bare abdomens and legs can be seen.
Two woman in crop-tops and bikini bottoms wrestle. Ample cleavage and abdomen can be seen.
A woman is briefly seen nude climbing into bed. Rear nudity and bare breasts are visible for about three seconds.
A woman wears lingerie. No nudity is seen, however the outline of her nipples is clearly visible.
A shirtless Bond kisses a woman wearing a bikini. Cleavage and abdomen are visible. Sex is implied.
A woman with a low cut dress tries to seduce a man. Deep cleavage is visible throughout.
A belly dancer is featured in traditional garb. Cleavage and bare abdomen are visible.
A masseuse removes her shirt and skirt revealing a brassierie and high waisted panties as per 1960s fashion.
- Violence & Gore
- Violence & Gore Reason
- Bond knocks a man out near a car.
A bomb goes off and shakes a building.
Klebb delivers a vicious punch to Grant's abdomen with brass knuckles (a test of his physical strength).
Bond and a colleague assassinate an enemy using a sniper rifle. The enemy falls a short distance to the ground, screaming. The camera shows him partially hitting the ground, although the image is dimly lit and quick. No graphic detail is shown.
Bond slaps a woman in an attempt to get information from her.
A helicopter is shot down, then explodes upon hitting the ground.
There's a large, chaotic action sequence, involving many people firing guns or fighting. No graphic detail is shown. Bond shoots several people, and Grant shoots another man. Several people are beaten and attacked with weapons.
Several men are seen firing weapons at dummies, and practicing martial arts in a train area.
Early in the movie, a man is strangled to death by another man, as part of a SPECTRE training course. Later in the film, the same man tries to strangle Bond, however he escapes.
Bond and Grant engage in a brutal fight inside a train car. The ensuing fight scene is rather rough and hard-hitting, but still relatively mild. As they grapple, Grant starts to strangle Bond, but Bond is able to reach his knife hidden in the attache case and stab Grant in the shoulder. The wound is never seen, however there is blood visible on Bond's hand and knife. Bond then strangles Grant with his own cord.
There's a boat chase, involving several explosions and many gunshots (no one is hit). Some of the boats are blown up and lit on fire, and one man is seen partially on fire. He jumps into the water.
A woman uses a poisonous knife attached to her shoe to try and kill Bond. Bond pins her up against a wall with a chair to defend himself. The woman is then shot, although no graphic detail is shown.
- Profanity Reason
- The word "hell" is used twice.
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking
- Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking Reason
- Bond smokes and drinks.
Four of the films stars and five of the costars were seen smoking.
Even the secret password ("Got a match?" "I use a lighter") focused attention on cigarettes.
A woman unknowingly drinks wine with chloral hydrate in it, causing her to fall asleep. She is fine after waking up (but does not seem completely conscious for quite a long time, talking weirdly while very tired).
- Frightening & Intense Scenes
- Frightening & Intense Scenes Reason
- There is a very long fight on a train in the dark, which may scare young children.
A helicopter explodes in the sky, then crashes to the ground with a larger explosion.
The boat chase is intense.
The film's beginning, involving Grant cruelly killing another one (which we at first think is James Bond) just as an exercise, is likely to impress some.