Raoul Silva is a fictional male Human spy in the James Bond, 007 film series who was played on screen by Javier Bardem. Raoul Silva was once a British Intelligence M.I.6. operative who worked out in the Station H, China from 1987 to 1996. When he started hacking the Chinese, M gave him up in exchange for captured British Operatives. During capitivity, Roaul tried to commit suicide by breaking into a cyanide capsule, it failed to kill him, instead it burned his insides. When he managed to escape or was released, he stayed in China plotting his revenge against M and the British.
Raoul hired Patrice to get hold of a hard disk containing a list of imbedded NATO agents within terrorist organisations. Raoul then used Patrice to eliminate someone which is when James Bond becomes involved. Raoul is holed up on a diserted island which he runs his operation. Roaul is able to use the computers in his office to hack into the computers anywhere on the planet. Roaul is captured by James Bond and is brought back to the UK. Raouls capture was an elaborate plan to get back to the UK. Raoul is held in a glass cage, reminiscent of how Doctor Hannibal Lektor was held in Silence of the Lambs. It is here that M reveals that Raouls real name is Tiago Rodrigeuz whose name appears on the wall of the MI6 building. Q tries to break into Roauls computer but in doing so, releases Raoul who escapes. Roaul heads to where M is being questioned by Members of Parliament including Gareth Mallory. James Bond arrives at the meeting and is able to help defend M.
Raoul follows a bread trail to Skyfall manor where he faces off against Bond, M and Kincade, the old housekeeper of Skyfall manor. Roaul is finally killed by being knifed in the back by bond in a chapel on the outskirts of Skyfall Manor.
|Last Updated||Saturday, February 2, 2019|
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