There's probably no director working who's made films focusing on a characters with a compact with loneliness the way that Marc Forster has. (Finding Neverland, Monster's Ball, The Kite Runner) He's brought James Bond into that world in which Bond has to figure out his own compact with loneliness. The new bond film is Quantum of Solace.
Forster discusses the challenges of making a Bond movie, how growing up in the mountains of Switzerland helped him relate to Bond's sense of solitude and isolation, making Bond a more human, three-dimensional character while maintaining the excitement of the film, and whether he would direct another 007 movie. "Never say never again!"