|Domino is brought out to be sold in "North Africa"|
|Villefranche-sur-mer in the summer of 2010|
|Bond escapes with Domino on horse back|
When Bond escapes from Largo's prison cell he hangs out the window opening and pulls out one of the guards in order to escape through the door. This part of Palmyra can be found just behind the parking lot. It is fairly accurate since Bond looks out the opening and can see Domino from the cell, but in reality the facade is facing the wrong way. In the picture to the left you can see the small window opening and the fact that it isn't any water beneath it. Like most of the action, dialogue and the rest of Never say never again, these final scenes are very stupid and it's a mystery how they could end up with action like this. Not much in the film makes sense and if it would have the honor to be compared with the rest of the official films in the series, it would definitely end up last on the list (even though it is a close call with Diamonds are forever). That said, the film has a few memorable scenes, like the tango between Bond and Domino in Monte Carlo. Connery also appears to be more dedicated here and is definitely better looking than he was in Diamonds 12 years earlier.
|Bond hangs out the window opening and waits for the guard to arrive|
|La Citadelle (Palmyra) to the right and Port de la Darse (where Fatima Blush gets the last bullet) to the left. Largos yacht, the flying Saucer is anchored in the bay.|