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Yes, when I first saw The Living Daylights as a child on ITV is around 1993 (I taped some of the audio on a cassette tape!) that scene stood out as being a bit gross. It doesn't bother me now though.
It's more the sexual stuff.
Xenia doing Admiral Farrell.
Elektra trying to get Bond hard by strangle him in that chair.
Silva getting all gay and touching Bond.
MayDay getting on top.
Can't stand those scenes. I want to throw up.
There are other moments when I think "that's nasty" but never get me physically uncomfortable.
The torture scene is SP is pretty disturbing.
Yes, there is a bit of overkill there with the expanding face before the explosion.
I always turn the volume down on the Xenia/Farrel scene. Wouldn't do to have my neighbours think I'm watching porn
Haha! Who are your neighbours?
Sure I love sex but I don't want to be dominated by some psychotic woman or Grace Jones, yikes.
And Silva is so gross I would throw up on the spot if he'd touch me like that.
And I sure don't need to die by getting strangled in a sex game accident.
Yes, that was a pretty excellent joke, @Thunderfinger, given your obvious love of the Brosnan Bond era. ;)
Yes, that's a tough one to sit through even though it is more grimly realistic than virtually any other Bond film death.
What a queer exercise that sounds.
Yes, that was rather disturbing.
That scene gets a lot of praise but it seems like it's trying too hard given that it is never really capitalised on.
I only just realised that "No Time To Die" was the title of a Columbo episode, and a search of this forum finds @Dragonpol mentioning it in the above comment in 2016. Almost certainly the first use of that phrase :D
Curiously, it is the only episode of Columbo in which no murder takes place.
Now who will prescribe me pills for everything?