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Swiss Movement (1969)

 -  Documentary | Short  -  1969 (UK)
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Documentary short about the making of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) in Switzerland with a particular focus on the principal actors and the Piz Gloria mountain top setting.

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Documentary short about the making of On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) in Switzerland with a particular focus on the principal actors and the Piz Gloria mountain top setting.

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If only this Swiss "invasion" had been real . . .
1 June 2014 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

. . . the American national debt would have evaporated, and the United States would be in no danger of running budget deficits. Switzerland is known mostly as a producer of luxury goods, such as watches, knives, and chocolates. Who can afford to squander cash on such trivial items while 90% of the world goes to bed hungry or poorly clothed? All the "One Percenters" who use part of their wealth to buy the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of their home countries to "game the system," and then stash the bulk of their unimaginable and untaxed cash assets with the amoral Swiss--that's who. Does SWISS MOVEMENT show how ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE will promote Democracy by sending James Bond after all these plundering fat cats? Heck no! "Her Majesty" is just another dame in cahoots with the Robber Barons, and James Bond is an ugly appendage of The Man with his foot on the necks of ordinary people. SWISS MOVEMENT belongs in the Crapper!


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