Hammersmith Bridge

Saga James Bond
Movie No Time To Die (2020)
Back in the good graces of the head of MI6 (Ralph Fiennes), James Bond (Daniel Craig) informs him of the progress of his mission when he visits London. Far from the austere offices of British counter-espionage, the two men are chatting on the banks of the Thames, not far from Hammersmith Bridge.
Hammersmith Bridge in London

Because a James Bond film must necessarily pass through London, No Time to Die also made use of the urban landscape of the English capital. One of the most defining sequences, in which James Bond and M put aside their grudges and move in the same direction, is shot on the promenade near Hammersmith Bridge. A site that has been little exploited in the cinema, that Mourir peut attendre (Dying can wait) puts in the spotlight before flying off to faraway lands, in the purest tradition of the 007 saga.


At 163 minutes, No Time to Die is the longest film in the James Bond saga.

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By Gilles Rolland

Thursday, October 21, 2021

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– Dr No (1962)
– From Russia with Love (1963)
– Goldfinger (1964)
– Thunderball (1965)
– You Only Live Twice (1967)
– On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)
– Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
– Live and Let Die (1973)
– The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
– The Spy Who Loved Me (1976)
– Moonraker (1979)
– For Your Eyes Only (1981)
– Octopussy (1983)
– A View to a Kill (1985)
– The Living Daylights (1987)
– Licence to Kill (1989)
– GoldenEye (1995)
– Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
– The World Is Not Enough (1999)
– Die Another Day (2002)
– Casino Royale (2006)
– Quantum of Solace (2008)
– Skyfall (2012)
– Spectre (2015)

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