Well-made documentary, reaching its goal of cementing Craig‘s complete embrace of the role.
I apparently underestimated how much his wrists-quote was still regarded by EON as something they have to fight off.
I also thought that the casting session would have persuaded me - from what they showed in this documentary I could not see him being perfect for Bond, nor from „Elizabeth“ (weird choice of film clip, with Craig hidden behind that cape).
And while it took me until SKYFALL to really accept Craig as Bond, I did enjoy his portrayal of Bond from CR onwards because it really was different from everything that came before.
I don‘t think that as BB says it is hard to imagine anyone else in that role. Simply because there already were great portrayals before. Hearing BB say this I wondered whether she had forgotten the predecessors and why.
All in all, the biggest revelation here was that Craig‘s leg injury during SPECTRE was so bad that he wore that brace for most of the principal photography, making it necessary to adapt the scenes to that. Which explains a lot. He was in pain the whole time, and all those scenes in which he sits or just stands now make sense.
Craig had the good fortune to step in when the world wanted a change. But I don‘t think that others if given this chance would not have been able to deliver this, too.
Edit: One more thing: Craig comes across as much more relaxed and funny than he was (allowed?) as Bond. In other words: he seemed to have much more fun in “Knives Out” than as Bond. Maybe that was due to the pressure he felt to deliver. But was it also a problem in the conception of his era?