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Q’s private life stays a bit of a mystery however (perhaps to be explored in later films), the only allusion to it coming when Bond teases him about living alone with his cats. “I think he’s a very guarded man, I get the feeling he’s a pretty solitary human being.” The Bond universe is filled with solitary human beings, with Daniel Craig famously describing Bond as a “lonely misogynist” earlier this year, though both Harris and Whishaw think Craig/Mendes have negotiated the character away from this somewhat."I haven't really suffered a death in my life and I think that is one of the things that attracted me to the piece because I think that death is such an important part of life.I think only when you come to terms with death can you really appreciate the fragility and, also, the beauty of life.Not necessarily of the character, but of her ability to play the character—somewhat of the character, too, because it’s really easy for that character to just be a negative image. And even I, in writing the piece, I was conflicted, because there is a version of Chiron’s story that doesn’t have that character in it, you know? I think there are black kids who come from middle class families that struggle with their sexual identity also, who have a great support system. For a long time, I wasn’t comfortable talking about that part of my history, and I even remember when the first #Oscars So White or the second #Oscars So White—I can’t remember which one—when that happened, I’m on Twitter.And I’m kind of active on Twitter, but I’m more of a lurker.Nearly halted because of a work visa issue and her promo tour for "Spectre," a determined Harris worked closely with a voice coach via Skype to lose her delightful, ripe accent.

The focused daughter of television writer Lisselle Kayla didn’t get to rehearse.tells the story of Chiron, a young boy growing up in a poor, predominantly black neighborhood in Miami.Bullied at school and neglected by his mother, Paula (Naomie Harris), at home, his only stable source of emotional support arrives in the form of a kindly local drug dealer named Juan (Mahershala Ali) and his girlfriend, Teresa (Janelle Monae).(I guess I can’t lurk now; people know who I am.) But there was this conversation going on about all the black actors who’ve won Academy Awards and the roles they’ve played them for.And they go, “We only maids and crackheads” and blah, blah, blah.