Art Comes First Presents Avec Ces Freres
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"What about when you get old?"
Tattooed Seniors answer the question.
Commander Ian Fleming (Dominic Cooper) is away in neutral Lisbon, where he squanders Naval Intelligence petty cash gambling at cards against uniformed Germans in the casino. Then he goes to the gents’ and rescues a pretty refugee. Her Nazi rapist lies dead on the bathroom floor, garrotted with cheese-wire by a man in evening dress who scuttles out. “Help me! I’m Jewish,” she says. What’s an Old Etonian chap to do? Fleming politely ushers her out, and locks the door on the dead man.
Nicholas Rankin, author of Ian Fleming’s Commandos: The Story of the Legendary 30 Assault Unit, on Ian Fleming’s adventures during the Second World War.
Image: Ian Fleming (Dominic Cooper) in Fleming (c) BBC America.
"Keep it simple — just love somebody. And sooner or later that love will come back."
He built a mountain in the desert. He lived in his truck with no lights or running water, happy just working in the sunshine to spread his message of love. Rest in peace Leonard Knight.