Squire Technologies Unite for Private Viewing of No Time To Die
After 20 months of being separated as a result of remote working during several lockdowns, most of the head office team at Squire Technologies are looking forward to seeing each other in person this week for a private viewing of the latest, and arguably most anticipated installment of the Bond franchise, No Time To Die.
The team are once again delighted to support our local independent cinema after a challenging period for venues as the country went in and out of several periods of lockdown. The Plaza on Trinity Street, Dorchester, a 1930’s picture house that was dubbed the third best independent cinema in the country in a travel and tourism study last year.
With the release date pushed back several times as Bond was sent on assignments to find out whether or not the Chinese were behind COVID19, and to assassinate anybody who could testify that Prince Andrew never entered a Pizza Express in Woking, this latest outing for Ian Fleming’s immortal superspy is Daniel Craig’s final appearance as 007 having begun his tenure in Casino Royale. It’s fair to say that after spending 15 years in the role drinking Vodka Martini and taking beatings from eccentric psychopaths and their henchmen, a break is probably due.
There’s no doubt that confidence is very high that the ever-so-cool-under-fire icon of British soft-power can deliver the usual bucket loads of action, car chases, drama, comedy, heartbreak and much more, with anticipation that can only be matched by thoughts of who will possibly be able to replace DC as the inimitable Commander Bond.
With a plotline heavily guarded and bound in secrecy, the question is what highlights await the viewing public, and how if at all the storyline perhaps reflects the unprecedented period of time that the film has completed its production through?
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