What would you like to do?

Why was the nambutu embassy used in casino royale?

already exists.

Would you like to merge this question into it?

already exists as an alternate of this question.

Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it?

exists and is an alternate of .

Nambutu is a fictional country, so my best bet is that it was used so that the directors would not offend any country in particular (as it implies that the country harbours terrorists).
In my opinion, the Embassy scene was used to show that sometimes diplomatic policy can get in the way of a job being done; as Molaka was under protection from the Nambutu government despite his actions during the chase. It also illustrates Bond's transformation from a 'thug' to a calculating agent.
2 people found this useful
Thanks for the feedback!

What is Casino Royale theme music?

  The song is called 'You Know My Name' by Chris Cornell, who has been the lead singer of Audioslave and Sound Garden, the song can be found on his solo record.

Nambutu embassy guards how many were killed in casino royale?

  None. Bond shot to confuse or distract e.g. when he detonated the gas cylinders or pierced the pipes. He attempted to minimise the diplomatic casualties. Any deaths were

What is the jumping called used in casino royale?

It is also know as Parkou and it originated in France. There have been several documentaries about the new "sport" the most widely known probably being "Jump London" where the

Where is the Royal Netherlands embassy in Nigeria?

The address of the Royal Netherlands embassy in Nigeria is 21st  Crescent off Constitution Avenue, Abuja, Nigeria.

Is there an embassy in the US?

Pretty much every country in the World has an embassy in Washington DC; similarly the US has an embassy in pretty much every country in the World.
In Yachts

Who owns casino royale yacht?

David McDonald. Former CEO of pelco. He is a huge supporter of fireman and police. Who were killed or injured in 9-11. Very generous man. Liven life to the fullest now!