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Bond Girls Are Forever is an interesting documentary that explores the world of the Bond Girls from the James Bond film series. Maryam d'Abo, star of The Living Daylights, hosts the film and interviews several actresses from the different eras of Bond, and gets their take on what a Bond Girl is and how it has impacted their lives. Some of the actresses interviewed include Ursula Andress, Maud Adams, Jane Seymour, Rosamund Pike, and Halle Berry. There's really not that much depth to the documentary, but on a surface level it does provide a lot of interesting information about the actresses and about the changing sensibilities that the series has had toward the Bond Girl. As Bond Girls Are Forever aptly demonstrates, the actresses of this series have played a major part in defining the franchise, and have an iconic quality to them.
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