Although the title is adapted from Ian Fleming 's short story " From a View to a Kill ", the film has an entirely original screenplay. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson , who also wrote the screenplay with Richard Maibaum.
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Caroline Cossey born 31 August is a British model. Following her appearance in the film, she was outed as transgender by British tabloid News of the World. In , she became the first trans woman to pose for Playboy. Cossey was born in Brooke, Norfolk. Through puberty, Cossey was distinctly feminine in appearance due to a variant of Klinefelter's syndrome , where, instead of having the XY chromosome pattern, she possesses the genotype XXXY   people with Klinefelter's syndrome usually have XXY.
James Bond 25: Next ‘Bond Girl’ revealed? Guess which actress has ‘impressed execs’
For over 50 years, the "Bond Girl" has been a staple of pop culture. No matter who is in the role of , every Bond film has at least a couple of stunningly beautiful ladies who make the movie stand out. Many are brief parts for a quick liaison with Bond and not serving the plot. Often, he'll have a couple of ladies competing to see who can get him. A few times, the gal can be on the bad guy's side, which just makes her better.
For decades, fans debated the existence of a Bond girl that was actually a man. Now, Universal Exports is proud to tell the true story of Caroline Cossey — the brave Bond Girl who was, indeed, born a man. Klinefelter syndrome is a condition related to the X and Y chromosomes the sex chromosomes. People typically have two sex chromosomes in each cell: females have two X chromosomes XX , and males have one X and one Y chromosome XY. Most often, Klinefelter syndrome results from the presence of one extra copy of the X chromosome in each cell XXY.