GoldenEye Opening Title Sequence




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Published on Apr 1, 2008

Daniel Kleinman creates one of the most nuanced layered sequences in the series for the action adventure thriller GoldenEye (1995), starring Pierce Brosnan in his first outing as James Bond. With the franchise returning after a seven year hiatus and many questioning 007's purpose, the film addresses the issue head on by reflecting the new geopolitical structure of a post Cold War world, with the focus being on broken and fractured Communist Russian imagery and the dangers therein. This inevitably caused controversy at the time of the film's Russian release. The song, a favourite among Bond fans, is performed by Tina Turner and was written by Bono and The Edge, though sadly it does not feature throughout the film's score. No copyright infringement intended. To be removed at the behest of the distributor.


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