This is the second film in the series, but it’s the first one that I saw in the cinema.
The photography was so crystal clear, and the scenery, Byzantine: what more could a fella want? Girls? There’s plenty of them, too. (Shame about the cat fight, though.)
I watched this film last night, for the first time in years. My, how things have changed. Sean Connery would never be allowed to slap a woman around, in this day and age.
And the extras in the film look like up-and-coming actresses, or (more likely) film executives’ wives, especially on the train. One woman walked through the train corridor and I could have sworn I’d seen her some place before (other than in this movie). Most of them would probably be dead by now, anyway.
And who can forget the opening credits?