What does the ending of Casino Royale mean?

What does the end of Casino Royale mean?

Bond (Daniel Craig) wins the game against Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen). … Bond resigns and plans to leave with Vesper but she takes the money out of the account. He chases her to her employers in Venice, kills them all and in the process collapses the building. Vesper drowns in an elevator while Bond tries to get to her.

Is Rene Mathis a bad guy?

Mathis doesn’t completely change. He’s a reliable and loyal asset in Casino Royale and he’s still a reliable and loyal asset in Quantum of Solace, despite Bond falsely accusing him of treason and MI6 torturing him.

Why did Mr White not kill Bond?

White enters with a silenced pistol aimed at Le Chiffre. Though Le Chiffre tries to reason with White by telling him that he will get the money back, White kills him because Quantum can no longer trust him anyway. Ironically, this action saves the life of MI6 agent James Bond, who will become Quantum’s main enemy.

How does Bond prove his love to Vesper?

In Venice, Vesper leaves Bond alone while she goes to withdraw funds for the trip. … Meanwhile, M phones 007 the inquire about the missing money which still hasn’t been returned to the British government, tipping Bond off that Vesper has been using him all along.

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What did m say about Vesper?

He meant that M was right that Vesper was being played by Quantum (and her “boyfriend”) and that she genuinely loved Bond and wasn’t trying to deceive him by pretending to love him.

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