The Gypsy Camp – Bey uses the gypsies for information. This has caused tension with the rival gypsy groups. This is a beautiful scene on a beautiful evening, with belly dancing, and even a serious fight between two gypsy women.
We quickly see that Krilencu is involved here as well, and it is also clear that Klebb’s assassin, Red Grant, is nearby too, though Bey took precautions not to be followed. The assassin is at this point protecting Bond because he needs Bond to get the Lektor first. Bey is wounded in the arm in the shootout. Bond was almost shot, but Red Grant shoots the guy who was going to shoot Bond.
Krilencu was trying to kill Bey. So, next Bey and Bond head to where Bey knows Krilencu lives. Bey feels he better kill Krilencu before Krilencu gets another chance to kill Bey. So Bond, with his trusty AR-7 briefcase rifle, heads to the known living location of Krilencu.
The Gypsy Camp is a beautiful scene, with lots of scenic details, great close-ups, strong dialogue. It was quite elaborate a scene for the time – previous spy movies had much simpler sets in general. It was filmed at Pinewood Studios, north of London.