The Bourne Supremacy

The Bourne Supremacy
The Bourne Supremacy

Year

2004

Duration

108 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Thriller

Language

English

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Synopsis

Former CIA assassin Jason Bourne is on the run again in this exciting action sequel. He's been hiding out in India, trying to put his violent past behind him and lead a normal life. But after he's framed for a crime, Bourne is dragged back into the dangerous world of international espionage - and this time he's out for revenge. The film features the same non-stop action and globetrotting adventure as the original, as Bourne turns the tables and hunts down those who want him erased. Using a handheld camera to capture some exhilarating set-pieces, the film is a mixture of compelling visuals and intelligent thriller, which has become associated with its British director, Paul Greengrass.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate violence and one use of strong language.

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