You can make a jubilee of everything, no matter how. The organizers of the “Bond in Motion” exhibition at the London Filmmuseum must at least have thought of something similar. The curators pay tribute to the 30th anniversary of Timothy Dalton’s first assignment as agent 007. This Bond could only play in two films and stands before the even less fortunate George Lazenby at the lower end of the popularity scale.
Except for the occasion, there is the exhibition nothing to complain about. It shows the largest collection of James Bond vehicles in the world, including the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, who curled through the snowy streets of Austria in the 15th 007 movie “The Living Daylights”. The show also features over 100 original artifacts that include all 24 bond movies, including vehicles, miniatures, conceptual art, and storyboards. It even has the famous cello case that Bond uses to ride a snow-capped mountain.
The London Film Museum is located on 45 Wellington Street, Covent Garden and is open seven days a week.
Tickets are available from www.londonfilmmuseum.com