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Appears in: Quantum of Solace
Actor: Mathieu Amalric. A French actor, he is known for playing whimsical intellectuals in French auteur dramas, those of director Arnaud Desplechin in particular.
Who he is: Dominic Greene is an elite member of the organization known as Quantum. His exact position is never stated, but he holds a great deal of influence. He is callous, greedy, hungry for power and holds little regard for human life. Despite his monstrous nature, Greene is quite unable to fight.
It is hinted that Greene suffers from severe paranoid schizophrenia as he explains to Camille:
"There is nothing that makes me more uncomfortable than friends talking behind my back. Feels like... ants under my skin."
Attempted methods of killing Bond:
Killing him with an axe, hiring Mitchell to kill him in Siena.
How he is dispatched:
At the end of 'Quantum Of Solace', Bond and Dominic are in a fight in the exploding "La Perla De Las Dunas" hotel involving Dominic trying to kill 007 with an axe. Greene swings the axe down on Bond but misses and chops his own foot in half. Dominic topples off of a ledge and almost plunges to his death, but this is prevented by Bond, who grabs him by his hair. At that moment the agent is distracted by a gunshot from General Medrano's room and abandons Dominic to save Camille.
After the two of them escape, Bond interrogates Dominic about Quantum, and after securing a promise that Bond will let him go he tells everything that he knows. 007 subsequently drives Greene many miles into the harsh Bolivian desert and strands him there, telling him that it is quite likely that Greene's associates will know he broke under interrogation. He also leaves him a can of motor oil, stating "I bet you make it 20 miles before considering drinking that".
Shortly after this M tells Bond that Greene was found dead in the desert, two bullet holes in his head, implying that he was indeed executed by Quantum assassins. She also tells him that Greene had a stomach full of motor oil.
Restore dictator General Medrano in order to secure a large piece of land in Bolivia that is needed for Quantum's plans. They plan to acquire 60% of Bolivia and suck up all of its water - NOT oil, as once presumed by many. Quantum plans on exploiting the country by imposing a man-made drought and keeping a monopoly on the country's water supply.
How plans were foiled:
Camille kills Medrano and Bond leaves him in the Bolivian desert to die.
Elvis, Mr. Slate, Mitchell
"Be careful with this one, Mr Bond. She will not go to bed with you unless you give her something she really wants... but you make a fine couple - you are both, what's the expression? Damaged goods?"
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|Anonymous||Dominic Greene||3||Nov 19 2010, 5:54 AM EST by Anonymous|
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I thought all the best villains ended after GoldFinger was killed. But Dominic Greene really brought back the villain that I wanted to see. A villain that I could relate to.
|Anonymous||DOMINIC GREENE||3||Jul 29 2009, 1:13 PM EDT by JamesKerns007|
|Anonymous||Dominic Greene||15||Jan 27 2009, 9:25 PM EST by moore4ever|
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