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Wonder what it would feel like to be a Bond girl … especially this one? Very glamorous, to say the least! Have a marvelous week!
Oh yes, Eva Green — what a great choice for a post Ada, and so well written! I loved that movie just because of her, well mostly as I do like Daniel Craig too.
She is probably my favorite Bond girl since Carole Bouquet who was also a Chanel girl. Eva had such great personal style and it was more than the clothes but as you so smartly point out, she has the best wardrobe yet of any Bond girl, a wardrobe sophistication matching Bond—a true love interest.
Gotta love James Bond… then they added Daniel Craig -wow! A lovely post Adaxx. Eva Green is hands-down my favourite Bond girl so I loved this post!
She totally captivated me with her poise and grace. The red wrap dress that she wears towards the end of the movie has always stuck in my mind.
I barely remember casino Royale, but I love the old bond films. I think my favorite Bond girl is the blond in from Russia with love.
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Vesper has a terrible secret, however: Her kidnapping was staged to lure Bond into Le Chiffre's clutches. After Le Chiffre's death, she is initially hopeful that she can have a fresh start with Bond, but she realizes this is impossible when she sees a SMERSH operative, Gettler, tracking her and Bond's movements.
Consumed with guilt and certain that SMERSH will find and kill both of them, she commits suicide, leaving a note admitting her treachery and pledging her love to Bond.
Bond copes with the loss by renouncing her as a traitor and going back to work as though nothing has happened. He phones his superiors and informs them of Vesper's treason and death, coldly saying "The bitch is dead.
Bond's feelings for Vesper are not totally extinguished; Fleming's tenth novel, On Her Majesty's Secret Service , reveals that he makes an annual pilgrimage to Royale-les-Eaux to visit her grave.
Furthermore, in the novel Goldfinger , when a drugged Bond believes that he has died and is preparing to enter heaven , he worries about how to introduce Tilly Masterton , who he believes has died along with him, to Vesper.
In this version, which bore little resemblance to the novel, Vesper is depicted as a former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office "because if I wore it in the street people might stare".
Bond played by David Niven , now in the position of M at MI6, uses a discount for her past due taxes to bribe her into becoming another agent, and to recruit baccarat expert Evelyn Tremble Peter Sellers into stopping Le Chiffre played by Orson Welles.
Vesper and Tremble have an affair during which she eliminates an enemy agent sent to seduce Tremble "Miss Goodthighs". She presumably does this for the same reason she does in the novel, as she remarks that it isn't for money but for love.
Though her ultimate fate is not revealed in the film, in the closing credits she is shown as an angel playing a harp, showing her to be one of the "seven James Bonds at Casino Royale" killed by an atomic explosion.
Vesper is initially skeptical about Bond's ego and at first is unwilling to be his trophy at the poker tournament with Le Chiffre. However, she assists Bond when fighting Lord's Resistance Army leader Steven Obanno attacks him, knocking away a gun out of Obanno's hand and giving Bond the chance to kill him.
She afterwards retreats to the shower, feeling that she has blood on her hands from helping to kill Obanno. Bond kisses the "blood" off her hands to comfort her, and they return to the casino.
His kindness does not prevent her from doing her job, however; she refuses to bankroll him after he goes bankrupt on an early hand.
Shortly afterwards, she saves Bond's life. Poisoned by Le Chiffre's girlfriend, Valenka, Bond struggles unsuccessfully to connect a key wire to his automatic external defibrillator , but Vesper arrives and makes the proper connection, allowing the machine to revive him.
They fall into Le Chiffre's trap, but both are saved by Quantum henchman Mr. White , who shoots and kills Le Chiffre for misappropriating the organisation's funds.
While both are in a hospital to recover from torture, Bond and Vesper fall deeply in love, and Bond plans to resign from the service to be with her.
As in the novel, Bond and Vesper go on vacation to Venice, hoping to start a new life. Unknown to Bond, however, Vesper embezzles the money and delivers it to a gang of Quantum henchmen.
When Bond realizes what has happened and goes after Vesper, the thugs take her hostage and lock her in an elevator while they do battle with him.
After several explosions, the flooded building sinks, but Vesper resigns herself to death and locks herself in, even as Bond frantically tries to open the elevator.
In a final gesture, she kisses Bond's hands to clear him of guilt; she then commits suicide by opening her mouth and drowning herself.
Bond finally extricates her and tries to revive her using CPR , to no avail. As in the novel, Bond copes with his lover's death by renouncing her, saying "The job's done and the bitch is dead.
When Bond opens Vesper's mobile phone afterwards, he finds that she has left Mr. White's phone number; this enables Bond to track down and confront him at the movie's end.
At the end of the film Quantum of Solace , Yusef is revealed to be an agent working for Quantum, asked to seduce high-ranking women in the world's intelligence agencies.
He is then "kidnapped" by Quantum, and the women are forced to become double agents in the hope of securing his freedom. This information vindicates Vesper in Bond's eyes, making him finally see that her "betrayal" was not her fault.