"It was basically a rapist." Thus he has stayed Cary Fukunaga, director of without time to die, the 25th film of the Bond saga, when he has referred to the construction of the character starring Sean Connery. Under the framed parameters established by the #Metoo movement, Fukunaga ensures that in one of the thunder operation scenes (1965), the actress that interprets Nurse Patricia Fearing is forced to reject the insinuations of the secret agent when he pushes him After kissing her by force.
Also in James Bond against Goldfinger (1964), Bond puts his hand on the neck of Pussy Galore (honor Blackman) to kiss her. Fukunaga has criticized that macho and violent attitude to Hollywood Reporter, where he has also assured that at the new adaptation of him maintains the parity between the male and female characters, providing the last of some empowerment.
Without time to die, he also supposes the appearance for the first time of a Spanish Bond girl, Ana de Armas (33), who enjoyed Daniel Craig (Bond) at all times during shooting. The charismatic character wrote him Ian Flemming in 1952 and was adapted to the cinema a decade later thanks to the impetus of producer Albert R. Broccoli, whose daughter Barbara inherited her power in the frames of 007. The producer has affirmed on some occasion that there is no need Go on the easy way to convert male characters into feminine, but scriptwriters should write female papers thinking exclusively on women.
In this regard, Daniel Craig, who has given life to the secret agent on five occasions, is also a supporter that Bond remains a man, a comment supported by several companions, among them, Halle Berry, who again erotized the girl with her Memorable beach departure (filming in Cádiz) as he did in the first installment Ursula Andress.
Fukunaga, son of Japanese Father and Swedish Mother, is one of the great bits of the modern Hollywood who speaks fluent English, Spanish and French.Date Of Update: 23 September 2021, 22:12