Somewhere in Cairo in the 1930s, a man named Jim Bond (Jason Schwartzman) roams the back alleys and dark backroom bars plying his trade as a confidence man. The trouble is, he’s not very good at it. In fact, he’s so bad that he’s the guy other con men hire on the downlow, so his failed schemes will distract their mark while they clean them out, with Bond never the wiser…He catches the attention of a real spy (Bill Murray) who decides to amuse himself with Bond, and in turn take some of the heat off of himself.
If Wes Anderson directed a James Bond film