The Bourne Identity

The Bourne Identity
The Bourne Identity

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Year

2002

Duration

113 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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The first part of the gripping spy action series introduces Jason Bourne, an amnesiac determined to discover who he really is. The only problem is that he doesn't like what he finds out - because Bourne is a CIA assassin, and it appears that now he's the one with a price on his head. Armed only with the contents of a safe deposit box, he must avoid his pursuers and work out who, if anyone, he can trust. Traversing a series of European locations, the film introduced the kinetic, visceral style of action sequences which would go on to become the series' trademark and is a hugely entertaining action thriller.

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Contains strong language and moderate violence.

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