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It is no coincidence then, that in a film preoccupied with relevance, ageing and obsolescence, Bond finally sleeps with a more mature woman Lucia Sciarra played by Monica Bellucci, who at 50 years is the oldest Bond conquest. After attempting to teach her to use a gun a skill she chooses not to use , Bond watches her effortlessly disarm the weapon. As has been threatened across the entire series of Craig films, the Bond Girl is now obsolete; she has grown into, as Bellucci suggested, the Bond Woman. With the introduction of Craig, not only was Bond brought into the twenty-first century, but with a wink and a nod to long-term fans, his character was also imbued with the qualities that made him a lauded popular culture and hegemonic masculine figure in the first place. Bond challenges assumptions about his own sexuality when Silva makes references to fellatio. His engagement with homoeroticism throws into question a stable or even desired heterosexuality linked as it is with a reductive hegemonic masculinity. He kisses the woman and immediately goes out the window onto the roof to set up surveillance on Sciarra who is in an adjoining hotel. Implied is that the pursuit of Demetrius takes priority over sex with Solange. Le Chiffre ultimately fails, and while Bond might require treatment, healing, bed rest and recuperation on an island, his masculinity is never in doubt. The Skyfall scene contributes to the characterisation of Bond β€” dislocated from his role as a highly trained and capable spy, the scene reflects a rawness and recklessness β€” but does not advance the plot. Katharine Cox proposes that:. This is Bond the man, not Bond the spy, an identity reinforced by him sending his resignation to M in the following scenes. Further ambiguity is established when Bond is being shaved by Miss Moneypenny in Skyfall. They all initially, or completely, resist him. Similarly, in the opening sequence of Spectre the camera tracks a costumed Bond walking hand-in-hand with a woman through the crowded Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City into a hotel and up to a hotel room. Williams Despite the sexual prowess of its protagonist and a heavy reliance on sexual innuendo, the Bond franchise largely adheres to this convention, trading on what Tanya Krzywinska identifies as the seductive promise. For the first time, sexual tension dissipates over and above action and purpose. I say Bond Lady. Arguably, this fluidity and challenge to oeuvre conventions is carried beyond Quantum and into the following two films as well, as the ghost of Lynd, the revenge Bond seeks and what she came to mean to him personally, haunts the narratives. Neither are they seen interacting in a sexual or even sensual fashion with the women at their sides β€” except for a brief kiss Severine and Silva in Skyfall ; Greene and Camille in Quantum , Le Chiffre and Valenka in Casino Royale. The little finger replaces the penis as object of desire and in doing so offers a fragmented and queer reading of sexual pleasure. This problematic impression worked to equate homosexuality with notions of criminality and moral impropriety and rendered these villains in the franchise more deplorable. In the early Bond films homosexuality was perceived and presented as a form of sexual deviance. Surrounded by henchmen, beautiful women, wealth and weapons, they nonetheless rarely engage with Bond except to torture or verbally threaten him, their whispery, soft and feminised voices functioning contrapuntally to the viciousness they inflict. But like the car, Bond is remade. And as Funnell and Dodds observe the accompanying soundtrack to sex scenes in Bond films signal the style of encounter. While love is fleeting for Bond, and arguably framed by queer pleasure and tarnished by betrayal and sacrifice, sex suggests his hegemonic masculine armour is restored. Able to love and allow himself to be loved, sex has become more than a tool in his politically incorrect arsenal. No longer Bond Girls but active participants with a great deal at stake, Moneypenny and M put duty and professionalism first. Instead of culminating in sex, the scene ends with Bond ordering room service for one and cuts to him following Demetrius into Miami. There is no doubt the British agent enjoys sex with women outside using them to manipulate and extract information. In real life and on celluloid, Bond, Lucia and the actors playing their roles are imbued with sensuality and sexuality, and shown as far from sexually or culturally redundant. Or did you think it was coincidence that all the women in your life ended up dead? While his sexual interactions with age-appropriate Lucia break new ground for Bond, they also tread and bed familiar old ones he still uses her to extract information. They might be defunct and devalued, but as Bond and his brand of masculinity and masculine sexuality asserts over and over, they are not yet irrelevant. Cox However, when Bond is tortured by Le Chiffre in Casino Royale relations between them go well beyond flirting, becoming a parody of sexual intercourse replete with orgiastic cries of pleasure. In Quantum Bond joins forces with Camille Montes, a former Bolivian agent, to not only enact his own vengeance, but help her achieve her own. Unlike the Bond of series past, Craig-era Bond almost revels in his physical and, more importantly, emotional vulnerability. She gets killed in an original usually grisly fashion mid-way through the film. Girl number two is anti-Bond and usually captures him, and he has to save himself by knocking her out with his sexual charm and power. Lynd is simultaneously both Bond Girl and villain. The once traditional masculine world view has a place otherwise, why continue the franchise? Bond has proven he is a changed man. The focus on age, redundancy, obsolescence and death dominate Skyfall and Spectre. An ellipsis marks an omission from speech or writing, assuming words are superfluous and context will provide meaning. Sex, sexuality and gender are defining characteristics for the British secret agent, which function narratively to demonstrate personal and professional power. But this conventionally physical masculinity sits alongside exposed vulnerabilities β€” physical vulnerabilities signified by apparent bodily injuries accompanied by weariness and, as the film progresses, emotional ones made visible through his love for and loss of Vesper Lynd. His partially clothed body usually his taut torso is offered for scopophilic pleasure and audience consumption, again inverting the traditional male gaze and feminising the subject. When it comes to sex with , much more is implied than seen. This notion is taken even further when eager to culminate their desire and to prove his phallus still works; also, to recoup his heterosexuality after being violated by a man , Bond and Lynd burst into his hospital room, instruments and gadgets falling and shattering as they seek to unite. Sex continues to feature in contemporary Bond films, but there are distinct changes in what and who is seen with Craig in the role. Romantic music is played in scenes with Bond Girls e. For Funnell and Dodds,. Pushing her against a mirror before kissing her and unzipping her dress to reveal a naked back, the scene cuts to him getting dressed to leave as Lucia, sitting on the bed with post-coital dishevelment and disappointment inscribed upon her face, looks utterly sensual and sated in a black corset and stockings. The relationship between Lynd and Bond builds slowly and peaks with his proclamation of love and desire to give up being an agent. Interestingly, this does not throw his masculinity into question so much as indicate its fluidity: he is at once a beautiful, masculine commodity inscribed with ruthless muscularity, white imperialism, secrets and sex, but also a site of feminine longing and display. When Swann asks Bond why he chose the life of a paid assassin, he replies he was not sure he ever had a choice. They are on a level playing field until the climax of the film where Bond is forced to rescue her from the booby-trapped MI5 building. On the contrary, by adopting a subservient position himself β€” physically as he is shaved and professionally as he is reprimanded about inappropriate behaviour by the possessor of a phallic and sharp instrument β€” Bond, the blunt one, is curtailed. There is no speaking, minimal underscore, and the longest shot in the scene is a slow zoom in on the couple lying on the bed post-coitus: both are clothed, although Bond is shirtless. To do this, the Bond films rely on a number of cinematic conventions with which audiences are already familiar. As Funnell a: argues in relation to Casino Royale and his intimate scene with Solange:. Yet they have also developed their own codes and conventions. Inseparable from country, M is Britain incarnate. Along with Bond driving off beside the beautiful Swann in the rebuilt Aston Martin, it would be easy to read the final scenes as a return to old form ulas. To reconcile the imbalance Funnell attributes this role to the equivocal figure of Bond himself, feminising him in the process:. Moreover, sex appeal gets separated out as part of his professional toolkit. She is dangerous, sexually desirable and professionally capable; moving fluidly between the two primary Bond female roles, she blurs boundaries and, in the process, alters audience expectations β€” of her and Moreover, the depth of their relationship elucidates an emotional vulnerability in Bond not previously seen in the franchise. Vivarelli Like Skyfall , Spectre firmly focuses on an ageing Bond β€” one who, like the organisation he works for, is perceived as increasingly antediluvian, principally now his champion, M, is dead. She argues that while Lynd functions as a romantic interest in Casino Royale , her ties to the villainous Yusef and ultimate betrayal of Bond exclude her from fulfilling the traditional Bond Girl role. Mercer The imagery of Craig in Casino Royale is therefore operating within an already established Bond trope. The third girl will manage to survive to the end of the film. It is an expression of deep affection, a temporary shedding of the masculine armour he dons.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Bond may have met his female equivalent in other films, but a sexually desirable and occasionally vulnerable woman who understands him and has no urge to see him change has remained elusive. Garland, While some instances of transgression of the fairly steady formula are identified, there is consensus that Bond films predominantly work to maintain clear gender binaries through conventional depictions of masculinity and femininity. New tricks. Within the context of the visual repertoire of Bond films, the sequence unambiguously speaks of the tantalising promise of sex. Their sexuality, however, appears fluid if not suggestively aberrant from heteronormativity. Since then, Bond has survived the Cold War, the demolition of the Berlin Wall, the sexual revolution, feminism, the technological revolution and global terrorism, and in doing so serves as a historical and cultural marker of social and sexual politics. Nowhere is this more apparent than Casino Royale and the character of Lynd who, beyond any Bond Girl to date, inhabits dual identities and purposes. The setting is stripped back a makeshift hut on the beach , Bond is also stripped back rough and scruffy , and so is the sex. The enduring appeal of the British agent is often cited as being that of a man every woman wants and every man wants to be β€” both inherently grounded in sexual allure and prowess. Then again in Skyfall, heterosexual congress serves little to no purpose except to portray a displaced and cold Bond. Eschewing her father and what he represents, Swann has determined her own path outside patriarchal and masculine constructs. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}The British spy was created by Ian Fleming in and featured in 12 books and two short story collections before being brought to the screen in with Sean Connery in Dr No. The intertextual allusion locates Bond as sexual spectacle, and the reversal of roles β€” Bond in a scant swimsuit being watched by a fully clothed Lynd on the beach β€” makes him the object of the female gaze. Not only does Blofeld seek to destroy Bond, he is intent on ruining his entire life by erasing his memories, which includes those that make him the masculine superspy and saviour of queen and country he is. Sex scenes are also longer, and while sex acts remain obscured, there is more foreplay, more vocalisation, and the female body is more overtly on display. This is primarily done through sexual encounters, which are sites where heteronormativity prevails. Bond is stripped naked and tied to a seatless chair so his genitals are exposed. As Jeremy Black notes, such scenes typically serve a purpose:. More generally, his successful sexuality is also a release from other aspects of the story, offering a variety of pace, scene and characterization, as well as an important source of humour, and sometimes pathos, and a crucial support to the notion of his competence. In a sexually suggestive and dominant pose, Moneypenny straddles Bond, holds a phallic cut-throat razor to his neck and demands subordination. No longer driven solely by libidinous urges, understanding that women are pivotal to his masculine and professional self beyond their sexual worth, his masculinity, while still harkening back to older models like his beloved Aston Martin is broader, more flexible and fluid, constantly challenging reductive definitions while at the same time playfully reasserting them. It is not until Bond encounters Dr Madeline Swann later in the same film that the Bond Girl once more comes to the fore.