Does No Time To Die live up to the hype?
The much-anticipated and long-delayed finale to Daniel Craig’s time as James Bond finally lands in Australian cinemas today.
The film has been thrice delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic after originally being slated for release in April last year.
No Time To Die reunites Bond with his lover, psychiatrist Madeleine Swann, following his retirement from MI6. But the ghosts of his past, and hers, still swirl.
As scrutiny over the Bond franchise’s position in a modern world continues, this iteration of the world-famous spy also sees a new generation of Bond girls and a new kind of James Bond under the pen of Fleabag star Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
Today on Please Explain, senior writer Garry Maddox joins Nathanael Cooper to look at where the film fits in the James Bond canon.
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