Director: Doug Liman
Authors/Writers: Tony Gilroy, William Blake Herron, and Robert Ludlum
Characters/Actors: Jason Bourne…Matt Damon
Marie Helena Kreutz…Franka Potente
Alexander Conklin…Chris Cooper
Rating: Rated PG-13
Box Office: $ 27,118,640 (opening weekend)
$ 121,468,960 (gross)
Setting/Time: USA, Germany, Czech Republic, Paris (*couldn’t find year movie was based on)
Runtime: 119 minutes
Synopsis: Jason Bourne, a former Treadstone agent, is found at sea with no memory of who he is. He slowly regains bits and pieces of his memory, while with a woman, Marie, who gives him a ride to Berlin. He defends himself from assassins sent by Treadstone to eliminate him so he fights to both regain his memory and shutdown Treadstone.
Audience/Appeal: I believe that the audience for the movie, “The Bourne Identity” are adolescents the age of 13 and up because some of the aspects of the movie is not meant for children under that age. Based on the language, the viewers or audience should be at an age where they would see it and think that its alright to say the profanity used in movie. Not only that but there is one sex scene where it becomes dark but you would know what happens. The most significant reason on why the audience has to be over that age is because of the violence. There is a lot of violence in this movie, from beginning to the end Bourne fights with multiple assassins who are chasing them, even though he’s using his fist, he later on begins to use guns as well. Alcohol is also introduced in the movie, even though its at one or two scenes. Children might take violence as something not frowned upon because in “The Bourne Identity”, the directors make the violence are as something morally correct because Bourne fights against almost everyone that confronts him about Treadstone and the people that are around Bourne doesn’t show... [continues]
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