The French “Shademaker” Production Is Tribute To Ian Fleming, The Author Of The James Bond Novels On Which Many Of The Films Are Based, And EON Productions, The Makers Of The Official 007 Films. The Film Was First Released In 2015 And Runs Just Under An Hour Long. This Is Part Three Of A James Bond Tribute-Trilogy And It Can Be Downloaded From Constellation’s Website Or Viewed On YouTube (Special Thanks To Director Eric Saussine, Also For The Unique Special 007Collector DVD Cover Edition)


Legally, The Filmmakers Cannot Profit From Shademaker, But They Didn’t Make It For The Money, Rather The Thrill Of Creating An Original Bond Film. The Plot Is Fairly Simple, In One Last Adventure From A Trilogy A James Bond Tribute Films, 007 Finally Finds His Arch-Nemesis Ernst Stavro Blofeld. The Story Is Loosely Adapted From Ian Fleming Novels The Spy Who Loved Me And On Her Majesty’s Secret Service

When Bond Loses His memory And Finds Himself Isolated And Stranded In The Canadian Rockies In A “Straw Dog”- Like First Part Of His Mission He Will Have To Find All The Resources Within Himself And Can Only Count On The Help Of Local Lodge Manager Vivienne Michel To Face Two Mysterious Men Nicknamed Horror And Sluggsy. The Rest Of His Mission Will Lead Him To Geneva, Switzerland Where These Two Men Were Last Seen. In The Shadows, Blofeld Has Secretly Moved Back To One Of His Former Bases (Schilthorn Piz Gloria) And Plans To Ransom The World With One Deadly Weapon…


DVD Facts Running Time 70 Min. / 16:9 /2.20:1 / Language: French, English, German & Swiss German / French & English Subtitles / Eric Saussine (Director, Editor, Director Of Photography & Producer) Written By Eric Saussine / Music By John Barry (Main Theme By Monty Norman), David Arnold & Thomas Newman

Cast Serge Rotelli (James Bond), Erika Lillo, Bruno Baube, Phillippe Fournet, Pearl Manias & Martial De Calbiac… (Small Appearance Of Michael Hackl & Markus Hartmann As “United Official #4 & #5”) Bonus Features Teaser Trailer / Action Trailer / Deleted Scenes / Making Of & Bloopers


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