Quantum of Solace opens with a thrilling car chase, which swiftly veers off the highway and through:
|an olive farm|
|a marble quarry|
|a fruit market|
|the Piazza del Campo in Siena|
Bond arrives safely in Siena. What was in the boot of his Aston Martin?
|Vesper’s ex-boyfriend Yusef|
The theme song, Another Way To Die, is the first to be a duet. Name the artists:
|Jack White and Alicia Keys|
|Chris Martin and Norah Jones|
|Jarvis Cocker and Amy Whitehouse|
|Brandon Flowers and Katy Perry|
According to Mr White, what is the first thing M should know about his organisation?
|“We always pay our debts.”|
|“We look after our own.”|
|“We always get what we want.”|
|“We have people everywhere.”|
MI6 traces another member of the mysterious Quantum organisation, Mr Slate. Slate is currently in which little pleasure spot?
Bond says that Slate is a “dead end”. M correctly interprets this to mean:
|Slate has no useful information|
|Slate is a red herring|
|Slate has been killed by Bond|
|Slate does not exist|
Here’s the villain of the movie, played by Mathieu Amalric. His name is Mr.:
Greene is prepared to orchestrate a coup on behalf of General Medrano in which country?
This is Camille, and like many a Bond character she has a mixed heritage. Her father was a Bolivian army officer, and her mother:
|an Israeli Nazi hunter|
|a Russian dancer|
|a Swedish artist|
|a French pastry chef|
In exchange for orchestrating the coup, Greene is seeking land, which he claims he will use:
|as an ecological reserve|
|to drill for oil|
|to mine for gold|
|as a private getaway|
Greene heads to a secret meeting of Quantum in Austria, held at a performance of which opera?
Meanwhile, Bond is cut off from MI6 for his disobedience. Who does he go to for help?
|Chief of Staff Bill Tanner|
|Vesper’s ex-boyfriend Yusef|
Arriving in La Paz, Bond and Mathis are met by:
Bond does not approve of the cover Fields has provided him with. What cover does he select?
|millionaire playboy and adventurer|
|heir to a diamond fortune|
|English lord and occasional gambler|
|teacher on sabbatical who has won the lottery|
In the hotel, what line does Bond use to seduce Fields?
|“Shall we order room service?”|
|“I like to be tucked in at night.”|
|“I can’t find the stationery. Can you help me look?”|
|“Here’s something you can hang your towels on.”|
Sadly, Mathis is killed in the line of duty. What happens to his body?
|some henchmen dump it in the trunk of Bond’s car|
|Bond tosses it in a dumpster|
|Greene feeds it to the ants|
|Medrano has it stuffed|
It turns out General Medrano killed Camille’s entire family. What memento does she have from the experience?
|burn scars on her back|
|strangling scars around her neck|
|Medrano’s brand burned into her arm|
|no little finger on her left hand|
Why do Greene and Quantum really want the land?
|to dig for oil|
|to develop a nuclear weapons program|
|to hoard water|
|to interfere with the world’s satellites|
Arriving back at the hotel, Bond finds Fields has been:
|strangled in the bath|
|poisoned by chocolates|
|drowned in oil|
|impaled by a lampshade|
Greene, Medrano and the Chief of Police meet in a desert hotel, which is highly combustible due to:
|its proximity to a natural gas field|
|its accumulation of flammable compost|
|being powered by fuel cells|
|being built above a volcanic spring|
This is Greene’s cousin, and main henchman. His name?
“Sounds like you just lost another one.” Who says this to who?
|Bond to Greene|
|Greene to Camille|
|Greene to Bond|
|Leiter to Bond|
Captured, Greene tells Bond what he wants to know. Bond dumps him in the middle of the desert with:
|a can of gasoline|
|a can of motor oil|
|a can of antifreeze|
|a can of Mountain Dew|
Job done, Bond appears to have come to terms with things, even leaving Vesper’s ex-boyfriend Yusef alive to be questioned. At the time, Yusef was seducing an intelligence agent from:
Bonus Question: The Fleming short story Quantum of Solace, concerns Bond:
|investigating the mysterious death of a NATO dispatch rider in France|
|destroying an Italian smuggling operation flooding the UK with marcotics|
|undertaking an off-books assassination of a Cuban hitman|
|listening to a dull story at a dinner party in the Bahamas|