As pointed out by TikTok user @hiisedmoviedetails, early in “No Time to Die” James Bond visits the grave of his “Casino Royale” lover to try to make peace with her death. On her grave are inscriptions in Latin, “What you are, I was. What I am, you will become.” The scene comes and goes pretty quickly and is pretty pointless to those who can’t understand Latin, but it certainly seems to foreshadow Bond’s death later in the film.
It’s somewhat pertinent that a clue to Bond’s fate will come from Lynd’s grave since her death in “Casino Royale” acted as a catalyst for Bond’s character arc during Craig’s time. depict him. In fact, it’s the big event that ties most of his films together as he hunts down the organization responsible for forcing her to work for them (which led to her death). The filmmakers can’t say for certain if the inscription on her grave is an intentional foreshadowing, but it does add an extra layer of emotional complexity to the moment Craig becomes a mythic figure. phone.
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