In November, after numerous transfers, the premiere of the thriller by Carey Fukunaga “No Time to Die” will finally take place. The 25th Bond film will be not only the last for James Bond performed by Daniel Craig, but also the first for the actress Ana De Armas. Little is known about her heroine Paloma. And the actress in an interview with the British edition of Express shares details about her character:
Of course, in Bond films, glamor is important. But I do not want Paloma to be characterized only by what she is wearing. This is a girl in a dress and high heels. But this is only a fraction of who she really is. Paloma is a Cuban-born CIA agent. And she wears a dress and diamonds because she’s on a mission. She needs to fit into the environment. So this outfit has an explanation.
After playing a girl wearing diamonds in a Bond film, De Armas took part in an advertising campaign for The Natural Diamond Council, an organization that brings together the world’s leading diamond mining companies. Members are expected to maintain ethical practices in mining and support women and the family in diamond mining communities. Ana said about this job:
It was right to work with those whose values I respect and share. I like to think of diamonds as special symbols of personal moments in life. They represent joy, warmth, and beauty.