It’s the right size – When Bond gets a new suite at the hotel because of the bugged suite, he returns to it to find Tatiana Romanov in his bed. This is the first time they meet. When she says to him that she thinks her mouth is too big, Bond says “it’s the right size . . . for me that is.”
Of course, this is a sexual reference to the size of his manhood, and naturally, she says her mouth is too big, and Bond, knowing what size he is, says, “it’s just the right size . . . for me that is.” Can’t get more direct than that. If she thought her mouth was too small, and he said it’s the right size, what would we think?! This is clever dialogue, which illuminates us as to how Bond works, gives us more details of his physique, and shows his confidence literally in bed with women.
Again we see Bond is flirtatious with women, and even while kissing her, he is asking her about the Lektor, where it is, and how she can draw a map of the consulate, and that they should meet at Saint Sophia where she can leave the map. This is the next scene we will examine.
Though he may be enjoying the moment, he knows what his job is and never forgets it. It is obvious they will sleep together from the dialogue, and Tania (her friends call her that) looks fabulous and inviting. Again, Daniela Bianchi is gorgeous and perfect as Tania. We also discover that behind the mirrors, they are being filmed – part of a plan to do away with them both later in the film. Bond wants the Lektor – and whatever he must do to get it, he will. And it is clear in this scene. And, apparently it is the right size.