Pola Ivanova is a fictional Soviet spy from the 1985 James Bond film, A View to a Kill. She is played by the British actress Fiona Fullerton.

Film biography

A Soviet agent from James Bond's past, Pola Ivanova is spying on Max Zorin's testing facility, when Klotkoff is caught and executed. Bond realizes she's been taping an incriminating conversation between Zorin and his oil company chief, Bob Conley. Emerging from the sea, Bond and Ivanova fight on dry land until they recognise each other.

He later meets Pola and seduces her in a hot tub at the Nippon Relaxation Spa. After this interlude Pola hurriedly absconds to pass the tape of Zorin's conversation to General Gogol who immediately plays it in his car stereo. Much to Pola's embarrassment, Bond has swapped the tape with a cassette of Japanese music which had been playing in the spa.



Fiona Fullerton and Roger Moore Hot Tub Scene In A View To A Kill03:20

Fiona Fullerton and Roger Moore Hot Tub Scene In A View To A Kill

The famous Hot tub scene. R.I.P. Roger Moore.

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