The World Is Not Enough: Declassified
Henchmen: Bullion (Goldie), Gabor (John Seru), Sasha Davidov (Ulrich Thomsen)
The Girls: Dr Christmas Jones (Denise Richards), Dr Molly Warmflash (Serena Scott-Thomas)
Locations: Spain, London, Scotland, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkey
The Song: The World is Not Enough performed by Garbage
The cars: BMW Z8, 1965 Aston Martin DB5,
Rolls Royce Silver Shadow II
Stun Walther P99 / spectacle detonator
Bagpipes with flamethrower and machine gun
Inflatable suit jacket
Omega Seamaster with night-light and grappling hook
Visa card lock pick
High tech palm top
The Bull's explosive briefcase
Elektra's torture chair
Zukovsky's walking stick with gun
Renard: You can't kill me. I'm already dead.
James Bond: Not dead enough for me.
Lachaise: So good of you to come see me, Mr
Bond, particularly on such short notice.
James Bond: If you can't trust a Swiss banker, then what's the world come to?
Dr. Molly Warmflash: [start kissing Bond] You'd
have to promise to call me
[squeezes his shoulder that has been injured]
Dr. Molly Warmflash: this time.
James Bond: What ever the doctor orders.
Elektra King: I could have given you the
James Bond: The world is not enough.
Elektra King: Foolish sentiment.
James Bond: Family motto.
James Bond: I've always wanted to have
Christmas in Turkey.
Dr. Christmas Jones: Was that a Christmas joke?
James Bond: From me? No. Never.
Dr. Christmas Jones: Is it about time to unwrap your present?
James Bond: [in bed with Jones] I was wrong
Dr. Christmas Jones: Yeah, how so?
James Bond: I thought Christmas only comes once a year.
Rugby player Jonah Lomu was originally asked to play Gabor, but he declined.
Producer Barbara Broccoli - a big fan of Peter Jackson's Heavenly Creatures (1994) - was interested in Jackson directing the film. However, when she saw Jackson's The Frighteners (1996), she was put off by the director's style.
The title The World Is Not Enough traces its origins to the English translation of the Latin phrase Orbis non sufficit, revealed in the novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service and its film adaptation to be the Bond family motto.
The boat chase took 7 weeks to shoot, as the Thames' 9-MPH boat speed limit had to be factored in. The filming of the boat chase sequence was broadcast live over the Internet via webcam set up at specific points over the River Thames. Two "Clamper" policemen were disturbed in their line of duty during filming, being soaked so much that one of them ended up nearly going over the front of the car they were supposed to be clamping. Needless to say, their reactions in the film are very much real.
When the real MI6 learned that this film would shoot a scene around their headquarters, they moved to prohibit it, citing a security risk. However, Foreign Secretary Robin Cook, at the urging of Member of Parliament Janet Anderson, moved to overrule them and allow the shoot, stating, "After all Bond has done for Britain, it was the least we could do for Bond."
To create the effect when Bond looks through his X-ray glasses,
the actors were first filmed in their regular costumes, then again
this time wearing special costumes that revealed the shapes of guns
and knives underneath translucent clothing. The two were then