Marker for the Lorenzo Bond family
Influential marker used as a pseudonym.
The quote on this marker was the inspiration for Ian Flemings' short story "The Living Daylights"(1987) the fifteenth entry in the James Bond film series.
The beginning of the film resembles the short story, in which Bond acts as a counter-sniper to protect a Soviet defector, Georgi Koskov.
He tells Bond that General Pushkin, head of the KGB, is systematically killing British and American agents.
When Koskov is seemingly snatched back, Bond follows him across Europe, Morocco and Afghanistan.
A coincidental scenario of reality as "Art imitates Life" & "Life imitates Art".
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