Bourne Valley Fruit Farm is an established family farm which was created 25 years ago. The farm is situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty near the idyllic village of St Mary Bourne.

When Jason Bourne is framed for a CIA operation gone awry, he is forced to resume his former life as a trained assassin to survive.

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It’s that formula that made The Martian work so well, bringing another world back down to Earth. And it’s one of the things that prevents Bourne from seeming like just a tight-lipped killing machine.

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But that still leaves the question of Bourne himself. The world may have changed, but has he? We last saw him having recovered his memory and learned the full truth of who he was and what he had done. Surely he wasn’t going to have a whole other identity crisis? How many times could he forget who he was?

But it was a revealing episode. Obviously, behind Damon’s usually affable exterior, something about Gilroy had really got up his nose. So when I ask them what they thought of Gilroy’s Legacy, starring Renner, there’s a pregnant pause before Greengrass turns to Damon and says with knowing laughter: “Do you want to take that one?”

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A great deal of that money was generated by a partnership that Damon went on to form with Greengrass. A one-time journalist who co-wrote the stunning exposé of the secret services, Spycatcher, with Peter Wright, Greengrass was known in British television for gritty realist dramas such as Bloody Sunday.

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But this is the movies and when someone makes a definitive statement like that, you just know the next scene will show them doing the opposite. So here we now are with a new Jason Bourne film called, with Ronseal-like literalism, Jason Bourne. And here are Greengrass and Damon sitting back with a look of satisfaction, a tough job completed, listening to me read out all their past quotes about not doing another Bourne film. What happened to their previous stance of no going back?

The Bourne films are a series of action spy thriller films based on the character Jason Bourne (Matt Damon), a CIA assassin suffering from extreme memory loss who must figure out who he is,[5] created by author Robert Ludlum. The Bourne Legacy introduces a new main character, Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner), a Department of Defense operative who runs for his life because of Bourne's actions in Ultimatum.

“The idea that they approach that issue in a top-down way is the exact reverse,” he says. “That’s the problem with TV over here [in the UK]. The executives over here are way, way too empowered. The average director’s experience in British television is to get notes in an email from someone who they’ve never even met telling them in the most minute detail what to do. I’m glad I don’t work in TV over here because I wouldn’t be able to cope. I’d fall out with them all.”

Jason Bourne dodges a ruthless CIA official and his agents from a new assassination program while searching for the origins of his life as a trained killer.

The British film-maker Paul Greengrass and the Hollywood film star Matt Damon are sitting in a suite at the Corinthia hotel in central London talking about the opening scene of their new film, a bruising fight in the punishingly visceral style for which the pair have become justly celebrated.

“I’m not going to make the mistake of saying ‘never’, like I did before,” says Greengrass. “But I’m not going to be sitting around. I’ve got other films to make.”

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Fifteen years ago, when Damon had just turned 30, he signed up to make an intriguing thriller based on a Robert Ludlum novel about a mysterious trained killer suffering from amnesia and in the grip of an identity crisis.

However, Hollywood abhors a vacuum, particularly when it comes to highly lucrative franchises, and Universal, the studio that owned the rights to Ludlum’s character, had to produce a Bourne movie or lose its option.

“My guess is it will be a while before we’ll even get around to doing another one. They might reboot me before I bow out,” says Damon.

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They both burst out laughing. There’s clearly a lot of mutual admiration and joshing between them. I ask them what they like about working together and there’s a pause.

He likes to cite the example of the scene at the end of The Bourne Supremacy in which Bourne goes to see the daughter of two people he had killed while under the drugged-up influence of a secret US counter-intelligence mission.

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The Bourne series has received generally positive critical reception and grossed over $1.5 billion. It is noted for its use of real stunt work, in contrast to the growing use of computer-generated imagery in action scenes.


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Greengrass in particular wants to dispel what he sees as the myth of Hollywood executives getting involved where they’re unwanted. Instead, he argues, that is a much more common experience in Britain.

Damon quickly issued an apology, explaining that his feelings had been hurt and he was wrong to speak publicly because it was “stupid and unprofessional and just kind of douchey of me”.

He thought a new reality could be reflected in a new Bourne film. So we see a Julian Assange-type character and a Facebook-type company and the post-Edward Snowden world of super-hackers and governmental surveillance.

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The writer and star had such a terrible time making The Bourne Ultimatum they vowed to quit the series. So why did they change their minds?

They both speak of the experience of making The Bourne Ultimatum like war veterans recalling a particularly attritional campaign. The problem, which turned out to have a long afterlife, was that they were working on an uncompleted script.

Arthur Bishop thought he had put his murderous past behind him when his most formidable foe kidnaps the love of his life. Now he is forced to travel the globe to complete three impossible assassinations, and do what he does best, make them look like accidents.

He goes on about the bind that everyone was in and how the best answer available was Gilroy’s. I suggest that it diluted the purity of the idea, having another quasi-Bourne running around beating the crap out of everyone. He doesn’t disagree but it’s not a topic he’s desperate to get into in depth. So is this other rogue ex-government agent set to continue?

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Greengrass, however, believes that Damon packs a lot of feeling into his non-verbal acting. “I think what makes a Bourne movie is the violence and the set pieces,” he says, “but there’s a tremendous amount of emotionality in the character.”

The Bourne series has received both critical and commercial success. Ultimatum won three Academy Awards: Best Film Editing, Sound and Best Sound Editing.[7] Both Supremacy and Ultimatum won the Empire Award for Best Film.[8][9]

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The song "Extreme Ways" by musician Moby is used as the end title theme of all five films.