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Jayson Bend: Queen and Country (2015)

Not Rated | | Action, Comedy, Sci-Fi | 1 May 2015 (UK)
Jayson Bend, R.I.M. Agent 009, teams up with a Swiss counterpart to try and stop the launch of a satellite that will turn Ray Perdood, the owner of the largest global hair salon chain, into one of the most powerful men in the world.


Matt Carter


Andrew Faure (story), Andrew Faure




Credited cast:
Davis Brooks Davis Brooks ... Jayson Bend
Paul Norton Paul Norton ... Ray Perdood
Tom Read Wilson Tom Read Wilson ... Alec DeCoque
Djalenga Scott ... Katya Kokhov
Chris Lew Kum Hoi ... Dr. Tu Yung (as Chris Kum Hoi Lew)
Jonathan Hansler ... G
Joseph Potts Joseph Potts ... Mr. DickyDollar
Louise Templeton Louise Templeton ... L
Wayne Fitzsimmons Wayne Fitzsimmons ... Evil Hairdresser
William Ludwig William Ludwig ... Max Johnson
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Andrew Faure ... Hair Test Subject
Jennifer Kitching Jennifer Kitching ... Helix Balls Lab Assistant
Rosalind McKenna Rosalind McKenna ... G's Lab Assistant
Vander McLeod Vander McLeod ... Katya's Hanchman
Vlad Moldovan Vlad Moldovan ... Perdood's Henchman


Jayson Bend, Royal Intelligence Ministry agent, teams up with his Swiss counterpart, Alec DeCoque, to stop the activation of a newly launched satellite that will turn Raymond Perdood, the billionaire owner of the largest global chain of hair salons, into the most powerful man in the world. This film combines both comedy and action in this James-Bond styled LGBT themed satire. Written by Anonymous

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Man on man on Bond...
24 March 2020 | by CinemaSerfSee all my reviews

What makes this James Bond parody quite interesting is that it quite successfully juxtaposes all the heterosexual stereotyping and language into an homosexual environment. The "Dr. Goodhead" & "Pussy Galore" characterisations renamed "Alec Du Coque" and "Katya Kokhov". The story - not that it matters - is of an evil hair salon owner who has devised a cunning plan to take over every hairdressers in the world by way of some secret formula and a satellite. British intelligence sends it's best agent ("009") - a very suave, dapper Davis Brooks to sort him out. Tom Read Wilson (his lovestruck sidekick - bears a passing resemblance to Rami Malek) and Paul Norton in his best Steven Berkoff role as the baddie have their tongues firmly planted somewhere (best not to ask). It's had some decent cash to play with; it's got all the gadgets, fast cars, designer suits and the photography, effects and style of the thing aren't at all bad. Sure, the humour is a bit puerile with loads of clumsy double-entendres - but hey, isn't James Bond?

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