Jason Bourne

Jason Bourne
Jason Bourne




123 minutes


Action and Adventure, Crime, Thriller



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Returning to the screens with the director of The Bourne Supremacy and The Bourne Ultimatum Paul Greengrass, the renowned former CIA agent Jason Bourne is forced back into the world of dangerous intrigue and conspiracy in an attempt to put the final pieces of his past together. While new CIA Agent Heather Lee, hot on cyber technology, is put in charge of tracking Bourne down, the unscrupulous Head of CIA Robert Dewey is illegally courting private intel from a global internet company. The film explores the dubious parameters of police surveillance versus personal privacy in the midst of ensuring Bourne doesn’t get his hands on precious information. More violent and explosive than the previous films, this is Bourne at his tipping point – struggling to identify with who he is yet determined to put his past to bed in the only way he knows how.

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Moderate violence.

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