Monday, 16 March 2015

Trevelyan's Mainframe - FILE: Simonova, Natalya / Twenty Years Removed

How very predictable of you, to now choose Miss Simonova’s file for review. I’m starting to believe this organization gave you too much credit, friend. Again, your codes check out and access shall be granted. The following is what we have in the database for your subject, twenty years removed from her GOLDENEYE appearance...

This transmission begins with some preliminary information on subject Natalya Fyodorovna Simonova, former Level 2 programmer for the Russian Space Forces (Severnaya installation). Since the regrettable burning up of the Mischa and the deactivation of the Petya satellites, Simonova has been able to stay a distance away from any major frequencies, so to speak. She is a surprisingly tough one, as she is reported here as having a hand in the death of our lady Xenia Zergeyevna Onatopp and several other associates in 1995. With that in mind, it is important to understand that she remains a prime target and enemy of the Janus Syndicate.

It is noted that after about four years away from the silver screen, Izabella Scorupco found herself in quite a pickle as Helena Kurcewiczówna in the 1999 Polish historical drama film, WITH FIRE AND SWORD. Helena finds herself in between the love of a Polish knight and a Cossack Ataman during the Khmelnytsky Uprising of 1648. The film would go to be a financial success despite being the most expensive Polish film ever made (at the time of its filming).

Data here shows that just a year later, Miss Simonova would assume the role of Monique Aubertine in the American action-thriller, VERTICAL LIMIT, directed by none other than GOLDENEYE’s own Martin Campbell. Scorupco would deliver a notable performance in the film, working well together with the familiar director. Speaking of which, we have a file on him as well, if you’re at all interested in the future… 

The next entry in this file is dated year 2002, where Scorupco would become Alex Jensen alongside a star-studded cast of Christian Bale, Matthew McConaughey, and Gerard Butler in the post-apocalyptic action fantasy film titled REIGN OF FIRE. According our sources, the film was set in the year 2020 England, with the reawakening of dragons threatening human existence. REIGN OF FIRE would go on to be nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Fantasy Film by the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, and by the Festival de Cine de Sitges for Best Visual Effects and Best Film Awards. I suppose I should give credit to where credit is due. Don’t get used to it, though.

The mainframe suggests that by the year 2004, Izabella would shift her focuses to the horror genre, starring in EXORCIST: THE BEGINNING as a character named Sarah. Though noted here, it seems as though this film ended up being a financial and critical failure. Ah, see. Now, that’s more like it! But, alas, I digress. From the year 2005 onward to today, Izabella Scorupco has made several more small appearances in Swedish, American, and Polish film.

That concludes entries on the main file, so I suppose we should move on to the few side notes on the subject. The list here is no where near as full as Bond’s was. It has been marked that in 2011, Scorupco revisited her pre-GOLDENEYE singing career, duetting with Swedish musician Peter Jöback, in his single Jag Har Dig Nu. She would also star in Jöback's later short film titled, La vie, L'amour, Le mort. Following that, it is noted that by the spring of 2012 Simonova would host the series, Sweden's Next Top Model. However, it is reported here that she did not continue for a second series. 

In conclusion, unlike her British counterpart, Natalya Simonova seems as though she has successfully assimilated into life away from us boys with toys. As a successful actress, model, singer and female icon, Izabella has also amazingly been able to become an equally successful wife and mother. The information provided should suffice for any apprehension techniques with additional information to be accessed directly through me personally, if deemed absolutely necessary.

Well then, that’s it for this subject’s file, old boy. I must admit though, I’m going to seem rather shot with my wrap up this time around. After all, reviewing these entries has left me with quite a hankering for strawberries…

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