Continuity mistake: When Bond and Natalia eject from the helicopter, you can clearly see two white parachutes, but when the capsule lands, in two scenes you see the parachutes being red and white. (01:12:20)
It turns out that 006 (Alec Trevelyan) didn't die at all. He actually was Janus and he was conspiring with Onotopp and Ourumov. Onotopp ropes from a helicopter and tries to kill Bond but Bond shoots the pilot and the chopper flies out of control and Onotopp's back is broken as she hits a tree. Bond sticks a pipe into the satellite's controls and before it could lock onto Goldeneye. 006 and Bond fight on the satellite and Trevelyan falls. Bond makes it to a helicopter and it flies away. The satellite explodes and falls on Trevelyan.
Alec Trevelyan: I might as well ask if all those vodka martinis silence the screams of all the men you've killed... Or if you've found forgiveness in the arms of all those willing women, for the dead ones you failed to protect?
Trivia: This was the first Bond film to have designed credits by Daniel Kleinman. The director loved the opening credits so much that Kleinman kept the job.
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