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parody of US action films. The Tailor of Panama , 51 in a way a US-British film – US film, British hero invented by John Le Carré, in a satire of Graham Greene’s novels – is a parody of James Bond, like Michel Hazanavicius’s OSS 117. As for British cinema, James Bond movies themselves are very ambiguous, being on the one hand a nostalgic glorification of the British Empire and Rule Britannia, on the other hand a rather funny message with its very anachronism and exaggerations. But The Avengers series, 52 a contemporary of 007, is deliberately on the side of

in Cinematic perspectives on international law