Celebrating the 25th year of the Bond series, THE LIVING DAYLIGHTS introduces the fourth actor to take on the role of 007, Timothy Dalton, a 40-year-old veteran of the English stage whose Bond is more human and serious than that of the wry Sean Connery and the droll Roger Moore. Scripters
Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson have also shifted the emphasis away from glitz and gadgetry and back to the business of spying. Bond is sent to Czechoslovakia to assist with the defection of Gen. Georgi Koskov (Jeroen Krabbe), a KGB higher-up, whose escape is accomplished in a specially
designed vehicle that whisks him through the trans-Siberian natural gas pipeline to Austr...