The Bourne identity
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SummaryBourne, is pulled from the sea suffering from amnesia with a pair of bullet wounds in his back. His only clue to his own identity is a bank account number etched on a capsule implanted in his body. He finds the Zurich bank where money, a gun, and several passports with different names await. He quickly realizes he can trust no one and offers a German gypsy named Maria ten thousand dollars for a ride to Paris. With Maria's reluctant help, Bourne edges closer to the truth, something CIA officials want concealed at all costs.
The Bourne series
#1 - The Bourne identity
#2 - The Bourne supremacy
#3 - The Bourne ultimatum
#4 - The Bourne legacy
#5 - The Bourne betrayal
#6 - The Bourne sanction
#7 - The Bourne deception
#8 - The Bourne objective
#9 - The Bourne dominion
#10 - The Bourne imperative
#11 - The Bourne retribution
#12 - The Bourne ascendancy
#13 - The Bourne enigma
#14 - The Bourne initiative
Amnesia -- Drama.
Intelligence officers -- Drama.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| Universal City, CA :Universal Pictures,
|Edition||Collector's ed., full screen version.|
|Other Titles|| Bourne identity.
Potente, Franka, 1974-
Cooper, Chris, 1951-
Cox, Brian, 1946-
Akinnuoye-Agbaje, Adewale, 1967-
Powell, John, 1963-
Ludlum, Robert, 1927-2001. Bourne identity.
Universal Pictures (Firm)
Matt Damon, Franka Potente, Chris Cooper, Clive Owen, Brian Cox, Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje.
Director of photography, Oliver Wood ; editor, Saar Klein ; music, John Powell.
Includes English, Spanish, and French language tracks, with optional English or Spanish subtitles.
DVD release of the 2002 motion picture.
Based on the novel by Robert Ludlum.
Special features: exclusive alternate ending; explosive deleted scenes; the making-of "The Bourne identity"; feature commentary with director Doug Liman; "Extreme ways" music video by Moby; production notes; cast and filmmaker's biographies and film highlights; original theatrical trailer; DVD-ROM.
DVD; Dolby digital; fullscreen (1.33:1); dual layer; DVD-ROM drive required for some special features, including games.
1 videodisc (118 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.