Austrian Ice Q “Spectre” Film Location Poster (420 x 600mm) Sölden Is Action, Ice Q (3048m) Original Shooting Spot Of Spectre, The Lates 007 Film (Special Thanks To Markus Hartmann)

The Ice Q Peak Restaurant And Agent 007 Filming Spot On Gaislachkogl Might Be Quite As Legendary As James Bond Himself. The Gourmet Restaurant Opened In 2013, Ranks Among The Most Spectacular Alpine Buildings Due To Its Location At 3048 Meters Above Sea Level. Characterized By Its Purist Architecture, The 900 m² Glass Facades Are Glittering In The Bright Sunshine, Overlooking The Breathtaking Scenery Of the Ötztal Alps. „It‘s Almost Surrealistic, It Resembles A Painting,“ Stated Actor Dave Bautista (Mister Hinx) When He First Arrived On Top Of The Peak. The Ice Q Glass Cube Plays An Important Role In The “Spectre” Movie. Not As A Gourmet Temple But As A Futurist Hospital Where Villain Christoph Waltz (Franz Oberhauser Aka Blofeld) Pursues His Devilish Plans…

Around The Turn Of The Year 2014/15, All 007 Stars And A 500-People Film Crew Stayed In Sölden. The Super-Handy Agent 007 Was Keen To Shoot The Most Thrilling Action Scenes And The Wildest Chases On The Ultra-Modern Mountain Gondola, On Sölden‘s Ski Slopes And The Panoramic Glacier Road With Europe‘s Highest Road Tunnel. Daniel Craig‘s Allies And Enemies (Like Ben Whishaw, Léa Seydoux And Dave Bautista) Met Right Amid Tirol‘s Picture-Book Winter Landscapes. Producer Barbara Broccoli Was Enthusiastic About The „5-Star Infrastructures From The Valley Floor Up To 3000 Meters“, So Important For Her Team And The Film Shooting Itself
Ötztal Sölden, Austria 2015

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