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Well, like Inception and a quite a few Nolan films the critical thing is he's not checking the top -- to invoke Steely Dan, he already bought the dream.
And I suspect something likewise for this - perhaps there's no way the man can survive but the myth is eternal.
I've always interpreted Inception's ending in a similar way, but with a different angle — the whole film is about the fragility of reality, how much of it is perception. Does it matter whether he is in the "dream" or "real"? He overcame the blockade and went back to his kids. That's what matters.
The water reflection is in Safin's lair, too. Hmmm...
And there is a frozen lake...and Madeleine swimming...and Bond in his boat...and then almost drowning in another boat...and "pools"...and a car chase on bridges over water...
You see where I am going with this, folks. :)
Staring at these...
Because of Linus Sandgren's amazing use of lighting and silhouette. N-n-nothing more.
Is this the interview that was posted here earlier?
It's one of the newer ones. I'm yet to see that one uploaded in good quality on YouTube as of yet.
NO TIME TO DIE: THE PREMIÈRE IN MATERA
The Italian premiere of No Time To Die will be held in Matera at the Guerrieri Theater, shot right in the UNESCO heritage city between August and September 2019. The evening was strongly desired by Lucana Film Commission, partner of the Italian filming of the film, and announced by the its president Roberto Stabile at the Venice Film Festival. Now finally come some details about it.
The event will start at 7.30 pm with guests of honor Giancarlo Giannini (actor, director and voice actor who appeared in Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace), Maria Grazia Cucinotta (who had a small role in The world is not enough) and Gina Lollobrigida, myth of the Italian cinema. In addition, the city of Matera will award Giannini and Cucinotta the I Sassi d 'Oro award in recognition of their contribution to the 007 saga, while Lollobrigida will receive a recognition for her career.
Access is by invitation only, and the guests will be the extras of the Matera procession and the local workers who contributed to the realization of the sets and effects for the shooting.
The world premiere of No Time To Die will be held on 28 September at the Royal Albert Hall in the presence of the cast and other key figures of the production, the Royal Family and the British medical staff who will be the guest of honor. Other premieres will be held at the same time in Paris and Zurich, followed by another 57 premieres around the world, including the Italian one in Matera. No Time To Die is released in theaters for the public on September 30th.
Video unavailable, sadly!
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Great to hear PWB worked on Q's scenes - I am sure we would have known anyway ;)
There's a clip FFS in that article. Brand new footage!!! Matera car chase starts.
There is also a new clip in there of the car chase!
Very interesting to hear the horror elements and French noir. I think Cary really gets Bond from a character perspective and it's nice to see him throw a nod to Dalton portrayal too.
Agreed. The couple of seconds alone provided me more suspense than a certain Rome car chase 😉
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I'd like to see the video too, if you don't mind.