I didn't understand the ending of Casino Royale? | Yahoo

I didn't understand the ending of Casino Royale? So let me skip to the bit where james has finished the poker game and goes on a romantic holiday in Venice with Vesper. So Vesper goes off to the bank to take out some money. However, Bond soon learns that his poker winnings were never deposited into the Treasury's account. Realizing that... Casino Royale is not one film but three: let’s christen them The Plane, Poker, and Venice. The quality and indeed the fabric of these three sections vary remarkably. Each reaches their own mini Bond thus travels to Casino Royale with Treasury agent Vesper Lynd (Eva Green), and does succeed, after some considerable setbacks, in bankrupting Le Chiffre; but instead of handing him to MI6, or even to the American CIA, as he is obliged to promise Agent Felix Leiter (Jeffrey Wright) in exchange for a financial bailout, Bond is captured by the enraged banker, and survives some particularly Ending / spoiler for Casino Royale (2006), plus mistakes, quotes, trivia and more. The seashell at the end of Casino Royale was one that 007 and Vesper Lynd had picked up when they were on the beach together and when he chucks it away he is just dismissing his lost love; Vesper. "Casino Royale" is a peppy pop instrumental composed by Burt Bacharach and performed by Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass, a relic of the fascinating period in music history when poppy jazz performed on the horn could reliably top the charts. I cannot imagine the song having too large of a natural fanbase 45 years later, but it did surprisingly well in '67, and I will confess to having a real Casino Royale (2006) Eva Green as Vesper Lynd. James Bond : [talking privately to Vesper after losing all of his chips] Well, I'm gonna need the other five million to buy back in. Vesper Lynd : I can't do that, James. Feeling dejected and still lacking a solid understanding of Casino Royale's ending, I returned to my hotel room, fell on the bed, and had a bizarre dream: I was at the temple of Apollo in Delphi, under the guise of Polonius, the great windbag; and Professor Otfried Götz, who was now convinced he was Plato, confronted me at the entrance and demanded that we discuss the ending of Casino Royale

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