Bond (Daniel Craig) wins the game against Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen). Vesper (Eva Green) gets captured and Bond goes after her but swerves to avoid her on the road and crashes. Le Chiffre tortures him for the account password but Mr. White enters and kills him. Bond blacks out and some time later sees Vesper and Mathis (Giancarlo Giannini) in his hospital room. While recovering, he has Mathis arrested for questioning by MI6. Bond resigns and plans to leave with Vesper but she takes the money out of the account. He chases her to her employers in Venice, kills them all and in the process collapses the building. Vesper drowns in an elevator while Bond tries to get to her. Mr. White escapes with the money. M calls Bond and tells him they need him but that they have run out of leads for Vesper's employers. She informs him that Vesper took the money because she was being blackmailed by some mystery organization and her husband was held captive by them. And the reason why Bond was spared on the night that Le Chiffre was killed was because Vesper made a deal with the organization: Bond's life for the money. Bond looks on her PDA and finds White's number. He finds him, shoots him in the leg and introduces himself... "Bond. James Bond."
Continuity mistake: In a scene towards the end of the movie where Bond and Vesper are lying on the beach, Bond has sand on his back through most of the scene. When they start to kiss, in the distant shot towards the end of the scene, he has no sand on his back at all. (01:57:10)
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