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The Bourne Ultimatum is a 2007 action-thriller film directed by Paul Greengrass loosely based on the 1990 novel of the same name by Robert Ludlum. The screenplay was written by Tony Gilroy, Scott Z. Burns and George Nolfi and based on a screen story of the novel by Gilroy. The Bourne Ultimatum is the third installment in the Jason Bourne film series, after The Bourne Identity (2002) and The Bourne Supremacy (2004). The fourth film, The Bourne Legacy, was released in August 2012, without the involvement of Damon, and the fifth film (a direct sequel to Ultimatum), Jason Bourne, was released in July 2016.

Matt Damon reprises his role as Ludlum s signature character, former CIA assassin and psychogenic amnesiac Jason Bourne. In the film, Bourne continues his search for information about his past before he was part of Operation Treadstone and becomes a target of a similar assassin program.

The Bourne Ultimatum was produced by Universal Pictures and was released on August 3, 2007, and grossed a total of $444.1 million worldwide becoming, at the time, Damon s highest-grossing film with him as the lead. The film received universal acclaim from critics, who considered it to be the best film in the series. It was chosen by National Board of Review as one of the top ten films of 2007 and went on to win all three of its nominations at the 80th Academy Awards: Best Film Editing, Best Sound Mixing and Best Sound Editing.


Following his pursuit by Kirill in The Bourne Supremacy, Jason Bourne evades Moscow police while wounded through a train station and deals with more flashbacks of when he first joined Operation Treadstone.

Six weeks later, CIA Deputy Director Pamela Landy reveals the audiotaped confession of Ward Abbott, the late former head of Treadstone, to Director Ezra Kramer. Meanwhile, in Turin, journalist Simon Ross of The Guardian meets an informant to learn about Bourne and Operation Blackbriar, the program succeeding Treadstone. The CIA tracks Ross as he returns to London, after his mention of Blackbriar during a cell phone call to his editor is detected by the ECHELON system. Bourne reappears in Paris to inform Martin Kreutz, the brother of his girlfriend Marie Helena Kreutz, of her assassination in India, also in the previous film.

Bourne reads Ross s articles and arranges a meeting with him at London Waterloo station. Bourne realizes that the CIA is following Ross and helps him evade capture for a while, but when he panics and ignores Bourne s instructions, Ross is shot and killed by Blackbriar assassin Paz on orders of Deputy Director Noah Vosen. Vosen s team, reluctantly assisted by Landy, analyzes Ross s notes and identifies his source as Neal Daniels, a CIA station chief involved with Treadstone and Blackbriar. Bourne makes his way to Daniels office in Madrid but finds it empty. He incapacitates gunmen sent by Vosen and Landy. Nicky Parsons, a former Treadstone operative who shares a history with Bourne, tells him that Daniels has fled to Tangier and aids his escape from an arriving CIA unit.

Nicky learns that Blackbriar asset Desh Bouksani has been tasked with killing Daniels. Vosen sees that Nicky accessed information about Daniels and sends Bouksani after Nicky and Bourne as well, a decision with which Landy fiercely disagrees. Bourne follows Bouksani to Daniels but fails to prevent Daniels s death by a planted bomb. However, Bourne manages to kill Bouksani before he can kill Nicky. Bourne opens up to Nicky and then sends Nicky into hiding. Bourne examines the contents of Daniels briefcase and finds the address of the deep-cover CIA bureau in New York City, where Vosen directs Blackbriar. Bourne travels to New York.

Landy receives a phone call from Bourne, which is intercepted by Vosen. When Landy tells him that his real name is David Webb and gives him the birth date 4-15-71 , Bourne tells Landy that she looked tired, indicating that he is in New York and watching her from an overlooking building. Vosen intercepts a text to Landy from Bourne of a location to meet up, and leaves his office with a tactical team. Bourne, however, waits for them all to leave, enters Vosen s office, and takes classified Blackbriar documents. When he realizes that he has been tricked, Vosen sends Paz after Bourne, but the resulting car chase ends with Bourne and Paz s vehicles crashing into a concrete barrier. Bourne holds the injured Paz at gunpoint, but spares his life.

Bourne arrives at a hospital at 415 East 71st Street, having figured out Landy s coded message. Outside, Bourne meets Landy and gives her the Blackbriar files before going inside. Vosen also figures out Landy s code and warns Dr. Albert Hirsch, who ran Treadstone s behavior modification program, that Bourne is coming. He follows Landy inside the building but is too late to stop her from faxing the Blackbriar documents out. Meanwhile, on an upper floor, Hirsch is confronted by Bourne, who now remembers that he was forced to volunteer for Treadstone. As Bourne flees to the roof, he is confronted by Paz, who asks, Why didn t you take the shot? Bourne asks Paz if he knows why he s supposed to kill him, and repeats the dying words of The Professor in The Bourne Identity: Look at us. Look at what they make you give. Paz lowers his gun, but Vosen appears and shoots at Bourne as he jumps into the East River.

Three days later, Nicky watches a news broadcast about the exposure of Operation Blackbriar, the arrests of Hirsch and Vosen, a criminal investigation against Kramer, and the status of David Webb, a.k.a. Jason Bourne. Upon hearing that his body has not been found after a three-day search of the river, Nicky smiles. Bourne is shown swimming away in the East River.


  • Matt Damon as Jason Bourne, a former operative for the black ops Operation Treadstone.
  • Julia Stiles as Nicolette Nicky Parsons, Bourne s former Treadstone contact in Paris.
  • David Strathairn as Noah Vosen, CIA deputy director in charge of the new Treadstone black ops upgrade called Operation Blackbriar.
  • Scott Glenn as Ezra Kramer, director of the CIA.
  • Paddy Considine as Simon Ross, a reporter for The Guardian who has been investigating Treadstone.
  • Édgar Ramírez as Paz, a Blackbriar assassin.
  • Albert Finney as Dr. Albert Hirsch, the psychologist who oversaw Treadstone s behavioral modification program.
  • Joan Allen as Pamela Landy, CIA deputy director and task force chief, sent in to aid Vosen in tracking down Bourne.
  • Daniel Brühl as Martin Kreutz, Marie s brother

Tom Gallop reprises his role as special agent Tom Cronin, Pamela Landy s assistant. Corey Johnson plays Ray Wills, Vosen s deputy at Operation Blackbriar. Joey Ansah plays Desh Bouksani, a Blackbriar asset tasked to kill Bourne in Tangier. Colin Stinton plays Neal Daniels, CIA station chief in Madrid and a former member of Treadstone, who observed David Webb s initiation into the project and his transition to Jason Bourne. Lucy Liemann plays Lucy, a Blackbriar technician. Franka Potente has an appearance in a flashback as Marie Kreutz, Bourne s murdered girlfriend.


The Bourne Ultimatum was filmed at Pinewood Studios near London and in multiple locations around the world, including Tangier, London, Paris, Madrid (as itself and double for Turin), Berlin (as double for Moscow), New York City including the Springs Mills Building (as the deep cover CIA offices), and other locations in the U.S.

Tony Gilroy, who had co-written the screenplays of the first two Bourne films, had intended The Bourne Supremacy to emphasise Bourne s repentance and atonement for his murders, but felt that the released film omitted this focus. Gilroy was persuaded to write an initial draft of The Bourne Ultimatum, but did not participate further, and as of 2009 had not watched the finished film. Gilroy s screenplay draft was subsequently criticized by Matt Damon.

Tom Stoppard wrote a draft of the screenplay, later saying I don t think there s a single word of mine in the film. Greengrass said the film included several allusions to scenes from previous Bourne films; for example, the opening chase sequence of The Bourne Ultimatum is a continuation of the Russian police attempts to capture Bourne in Moscow near the end of The Bourne Supremacy and takes place soon after Bourne s apology to Neski s daughter.

Paul Greengrass spoke about the characterization of Jason Bourne in The Bourne Ultimatum shortly before its release:

Bourne is a real man in a real world in pursuit of a mythic quest. What s wonderful is that it s an oppositional story. Is he a killer, or was he made to be a killer? There is an underlying feeling that Bourne is one of us, and he s running away from them. He s trying to get answers, and he doesn t trust them. They re all bad, and the system s corrupted. To convey that with a sense of excitement in a very contemporary land-scape is great fun. If you opened your door in New York or Paris or London or whatever, you ve got to believe that whatever the story it is that Bourne s engaged in could be happening there. What attracts me to Bourne s world is that it is a real world and I think I m most comfortable there.


As with the previous films in the trilogy, the score was composed by John Powell. A new version of Moby s Extreme Ways , entitled Extreme Ways (Bourne s Ultimatum) , was recorded for the film s end credits.


A premiere of The Bourne Ultimatum was held in downtown Oklahoma City on July 31, 2007, at Harkins Bricktown Theaters to benefit The Children s Center, located in suburban Bethany. The film was shown simultaneously on three screens. Matt Damon was at the event to greet guests. The film premiered at Leicester Square in London on August 15, 2007, with Matt Damon, Julia Stiles and Joan Allen attending. The film was released the next day. The film premiered in Sydney on August 8, 2007, at the State Theatre, with Matt Damon attending. An advance screening of The Bourne Ultimatum was held at The Egyptian Theatre to benefit Boise Contemporary Theater on July 30, 2007. Producer Frank Marshall and actor Matt Damon were in attendance. The first two films, The Bourne Identity and The Bourne Supremacy, also had advance charity screenings in Boise. The Bourne Ultimatum was released nationwide on August 30, 2007.

The film was released on both DVD and HD DVD Combo Format on December 11, 2007 in North America. The DVD was released in both Fullscreen and 2.35:1 Widescreen aspect ratios. The HD DVD and DVD special features include several deleted scenes, featurettes, audio commentary, and exclusively on the HD DVD version, HDi Interactive Format features such as Picture-in-Picture Video Commentary. In addition to the stand-alone DVD release, there is a limited edition The Jason Bourne Collection gift set, featuring all three films on DVD and a bonus disc with myriad bonus features such as deleted scenes and featurettes. The gift set features Swiss Bank safe deposit box packaging including foreign currency and a Jason Bourne passport. The film and special features on the HD DVD version are presented in 2:35:1 Widescreen high definition 1080i and offer Dolby TrueHD 5.1 lossless and Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 audio options.


Box office

The Bourne Ultimatum earned $69,283,690 during its opening weekend at the box office, which at the time held the record for the highest grossing August opening for seven years, later overtaken by Guardians of the Galaxy in 2014. At the end of its theatrical release, the film grossed a total of $227,471,070 in the U.S. and $215,353,068 in foreign markets for a worldwide total of $442,824,138, making it the highest-grossing film in the series.

Critical response

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film had an overall approval rating of 92% based on 265 reviews and an average score of 8/10. The website s critics consensus reads, The Bourne Ultimatum is an intelligent, finely tuned non-stop thrill ride. Another strong performance from Matt Damon and sharp camerawork from Paul Greengrass make this the finest installment of the Bourne trilogy. On Metacritic, the film received a weighted average score of 85 out of 100 based on 38 critics, indicating universal acclaim . Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade A on scale of A+ to F. All segments of the audience gave it a grade A or better. The audience was 56% male, and 82% was 25 or older.

Like its predecessor, The Bourne Supremacy, the film was criticized for its use of shaky camera work, as Richard Corliss of Time magazine, in an otherwise positive review, wondered why, in the chat scenes, the camera is afflicted with Parkinson s? The film frame trembles, obscures the speaker with the listener s shoulder, annoys viewers and distracts them from the content of the scene.

In the British press, the inclusion of a fictional journalist from the real British paper The Guardian and scenes set in the United Kingdom (particularly Waterloo railway station) were commented upon. In particular, that newspaper s reviewer joked that dodging bullets from a CIA sniper… is the sort of thing which happens to us Guardian journalists all the time.

The film was also well received in the hacker subculture, as it showed actual real-world applications such as the Bourne-again shell and Nmap, unlike many other films featuring hacking scenes (such as Hackers).

Top ten lists

The film appeared on several critics top ten lists of the best films of 2007.

  • 1st — Empire
  • 1st — Best Action/Adventure, Rotten Tomatoes
  • 2nd — Claudia Puig, USA Today
  • 2nd — Steven Rea, The Philadelphia Inquirer
  • 2nd — Joshua Rothkopf, Time Out New York
  • 9th — Rene Rodriguez, The Miami Herald
  • 10th — Christy Lemire, Associated Press


Award Category Recipient Result
Academy Awards Best Film Editing Christopher Rouse Won
Best Sound Editing Karen M. Baker and Per Hallberg Won
Best Sound Mixing Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis Won
BAFTA Awards Best Direction Paul Greengrass Nominated
Best Cinematography Oliver Wood Nominated
Best Editing Christopher Rouse Won
Best Sound Scott Millan, David Parker, Kirk Francis, Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg Won
Best Special Visual Effects Peter Chiang, Charlie Noble, Mattias Lindahl, and Joss Williams Nominated

Other awards

  • ITV3 Crime Thriller Award for Film of the Year, 2008
  • Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture, 2007


In May 2007, prior to the release of The Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon claimed that he would not be interested in returning for a fourth Bourne film, stating (of his participation in the Bourne franchise): We have ridden that horse as far as we can. Damon said in August 2007:

I think in terms of another one, the story of this guy s search for his identity is over, because he s got all the answers, so there s no way we can trot out the same character, and so much of what makes him interesting is that internal struggle that was happening for him, am I a good guy, am I a bad guy, what is the secret behind my identity, what am I blocking out, why am I remembering these disturbing images? So all of that internal propulsive mechanism that drives the character is not there, so if there was to be another one then it would have to be a complete reconfiguration, you know, where do you go from there? For me I kind of feel like the story that we set out to tell is has now been told. I love the character, and if Paul Greengrass calls me in ten years and says, Now we can do it, because it s been ten years and I have a way to bring him back, then there s a world in which I can go, Yeah, absolutely. We could get the band back together if there was a great idea behind it, but in terms of now and this story, that part—the story s been told…

However, on February 22, 2008, Variety reported that a fourth film was indeed in the works, with both Damon and Greengrass on board.

On October 16, 2008, it was announced that George Nolfi would write the script, with Frank Marshall producing, and Jeffrey Weiner and Henry Morrison executive producing. Matt Damon, Julia Stiles, Joan Allen, and Paul Greengrass were also attached to the film. Joshua Zetumer had been hired to write a parallel script—a draft which could be combined with another (Nolfi s, in this instance)—by August 2009 since Nolfi would be directing The Adjustment Bureau that September.

On February 1, 2010, Damon, speaking at the U.K. premiere of Invictus, revealed that a follow-up to The Bourne Ultimatum was at least five years away . Greengrass, also at the premiere, re-stated that he would not be part of any further Bourne films unless the right script came along . However, Damon revealed that in the meantime there may be a Bourne prequel of some kind, with another actor and another director . Matt Damon reconfirmed this on a March 10, 2010 appearance of Today and that he would only be involved if Greengrass was directing.

In June 2010, it was announced that Tony Gilroy would be writing The Bourne Legacy and it would have a 2012 release date. That October, Gilroy was announced as the director of The Bourne Legacy; he confirmed that Damon would not return for this film and that there would be a whole new hero :

This is not a reboot, it s a whole new chapter. The easiest way to think of it is an expansion or a reveal. Jason Bourne will not be in this film, but he s very much alive. What happened in the first three films is the trigger for The Bourne Legacy, and everyone who got into them will be rewarded for paying attention. I m building a legend and an environment and a wider conspiracy. We re going to show you the bigger picture, the bigger canvas… The world we re making enhances and advances and invites Jason Bourne s reappearance somewhere down the road.

The Bourne Legacy was released in the U.S. on August 10, 2012.

Universal Pictures stated at a media conference in Los Angeles, California, that they are likely to release more Bourne films, despite The Bourne Legacy being given mixed reviews by critics. On September 15, 2014, it was announced that Damon and Greengrass will indeed return for the next Bourne film, taking the release date, with Renner returning as Cross in a separate film at a later date. On June 18, 2014, the studio pushed back the film from August 14, 2015, to July 15, 2016. The film Jason Bourne premiered in the United States on July 29, 2016 to mixed reviews.

Year 2007
ReleaseDate 2007-08-03
RuntimeMins 115
RuntimeStr 1h 55min
Plot Jason Bourne dodges a ruthless C.I.A. official and his Agents from a new assassination program while searching for the origins of his life as a trained killer.
Awards Won 3 Oscars, 29 wins & 42 nominations total
Directors Paul Greengrass
Writers Tony Gilroy, Scott Z. Burns, George Nolfi
Stars Matt Damon, Edgar Ramírez, Joan Allen
Produced by Zakaria Alaoui,John Bernard,Patrick Crowley,Cristina Ecija,Doug Liman,Frank Marshall,Henry Morrison,Colin J. O’Hara,Paul Sandberg,Andrew R. Tennenbaum,Jeffrey M. Weiner
Music by John Powell
Cinematography by Oliver Wood
Film Editing by Christopher Rouse
Casting By Daniel Hubbard,John Hubbard,Avy Kaufman
Production Design by Peter Wenham
Art Direction by Robert Cowper,Alan Gilmore,Jason Knox-Johnston,Andy Nicholson
Set Decoration by Tina Jones,Eliza Solesbury
Costume Design by Shay Cunliffe
Makeup Department Sonia Akouz,Christine Beveridge,Milu Cabrer,Martial Corneville,Anja Daum,Cecilia Escot,Kay Georgiou,Andrea Gotowtschikow,Todd Kleitsch,Marilyn MacDonald,Monika Münnich,John Quaglia,Valeska Schitthelm,Miguel Sesé Guillot,Loulia Sheppard
Production Management Jerome Albertini,María Cabello,Anna Cassina,Omar Chraibi,Patrick Crowley,Sergio Díaz,Stefanie Ebert,Marta Gila,Nigel Gostelow,Philipp Klausing,Henning Molfenter,Mark Mostyn,Duncan Muggoch,Toni Novella,Denis Pedregosa,Lyn Pinezich,Miguel Ángel Poveda,Christine Raspillère,Michael Scheel,Vincent Servant,Denis L. Stewart,Matthieu Vogel,Suzie F. Wiesmann,Salvador Yagüe,Benoit Hemard,Matt Jones,Sean T. Stratton
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Tarik Ait Ben Ali,Natalie Allin,Francisco Barrionuevo,David Boitard,Dan Bradley,Tom Brewster,Chris Carreras,David Daniels,David Decio,Ralph Eisenmann,Ukeme Emem,Yann Mari Faget,Aaron D. Forste,Gary Granger,Richard Graysmark,Robert Grayson,Nate Grubb,Hanna Haffenden,Sallie Hard,Kali R. Harrison,Ahmed Hatimi,James Andrew Haven,Andrea Izquierdo,Karim Kahkhani,Scott Kirby,Ariane Lacan,Bryn Lawrence,Charlie Lázaro,Peter MacDonald,Terence Madden,Terry Madden,Guilhem Malgoire,Beatrice Manning,Darren Maynard,César Mendizábal,Maggie Murphy,Carlos Navarrete,Jaesung Oh,Nick Satriano,Nick Shuttleworth,Amy Stares,Jasmin Steigler,Denis L. Stewart,Rhys Summerhayes,Jennifer Truelove,Kurt Uebersax,Adil Abdelwahab,Irene M. Borrego,Jamie Christopher,William Dodds,Johnny Egan,Pablo García,Borja Grandío,Adam Jenkins,Angela Jensen,Sandrine Loisy,Óscar Manero,Sébastien Marziniak,Matthew Mason,Paul Mindel,Ferran Rial,Jane Ryan,Michael Stevenson,Paul Taylor
Art Department Tommy Allen,Sonia Aranzabal,Grant Armstrong,Roman Avianus,Graham Barford,Youness Benbakrim,Susan Bode,John Bohan,Alex Boswell,Abdallah Bougtifa,Henning Brehm,Matthew Broderick,Jason ‘Jay’ Brown,Peter Bundrick,Dan Burke,Mat Campbell,Carolyn Cartwright,Joe Cecchini,Eric Cheripka,Sophia Chowdhury,Mick Chubbock,Kelvin Cook,Anita Dhillon,Jonathan Downing,Paul Duff,Michael Düwel,Peter Edge,James Enright,Gill Farr,Joanna Foley,Katie Gabriel,Heidi Gibb,Apache Gonzalez,Gavin Gordon,Alex Gorodetsky,Dierk Grahlow,Bruce Lee Gross,Rohan Harris,Catherine Haugh,Richard Hebrank,Terry Heggarty,Jay Hendrickx,Gina Herold,Clare Holton,Michelle Hosier,Thomas Jones,James Kent,Alex King,Robin Koenig,Sebastian T. Krawinkel,Oliver Krönke,Robert Krüger,Matthias Kulewatz,Linda Kurzweil,Tim Lanning,Cathal MacIlwaine,Tom Martin,Dawn Masi,Dan Maslen,Jeffrey D. McDonald,Jean Miel,Graham Mitchell,John Moore,Victor Morales,Colin Mutch,Jennifer Alex Nickason,John O’Connor,Andreas Olshausen,Javier Orgaz,Joel Ossenfort,Wolfgang Osterholzer,Anthony Owen,David Packard,Keith Perry,Mark Pollard,Allen J. Polley,Joshua Polley,Verena Popp,Ulrich Posselt,Rachid Quiat,John Ralbovsky,Daren Reynolds,Mark Reynolds,Amin Rharda,Julio Daniel Rodriguez,Jeffrey Rollins,Daniel Rosenfeld,Steve Rosenzweig,Richard Selway,Marcia C. Suter,David Swayze,Clive Ward,Christopher Weiser,Kevin Wheeler,James Whelan,Ashley Winter,Greg Winter,Paul Wolstencroft,Jess Alexander,John Allen,Ellis J. Barbacoff,Katharina Birkenfeld,Joshua Black,Tristan Carlisle-Kitz,Graham Caulfield,Dean Coldham,Jen Day,Adriaan Engelbrecht,Enzo Enzel,Melissa Eybers,Jordana Finkel,Alex Horwitz,Rhys Ifan,Greg Izzo,Thomas Jones,Nicky Kaill,Dave Lieber,Tony Marks,Paula Marín,Simon McGuire,Kay Mitchell,Rob Muia,Marek Oyrzinski,Daniel Pleacoff,Kevin L. Raper,Jennifer Santucci,Matt Sims,Miriam Skelton,Emma Vane,Carl Wilson
Sound Department James Ashwill,Christopher Assells,Karen Baker Landers,Bob Beemer,Eddie Bydalek,Rick Canelli,Krissopher Chevannes,John T. Cucci,Robert Deschaine,Dino Dimuro,Robin Atkin Downes,Benjamin Dunker,Joe Dzuban,Kirk Francis,Hector C. Gika,Peter Gleaves,Dan Guachione,Per Hallberg,Dan Hegeman,Chris Hogan,Xavier Horan,Craig S. Jaeger,Chris Jargo,Bobby Johanson,Cecilia Lanzi,Lawrence Loewinger,Kimaree Long,Anna MacKenzie,Rhys Maitland-Jones,Craig Mann,Scott Millan,Magic A. Moreno,Philip D. Morrill,Miles Neff,Tony Negrete,Michael Novitch,Dan O’Connell,Thomas J. O’Connell,Kelly Oxford,David Parker,Michelle Pazer,Evan Rautiainen,Robert A. Sacchetti,Ian Sands,Ann Scibelli,Brian Simmons,Gary L.G. Simpson,Frederick H. Stahly,Peter Staubli,Greg Steele,Gary Summers,Rachael Tate,Jon Title,Tami Treadwell,Karl Wasserman,Drew Webster,Ian Wright,David Young,Greg Zimmerman,Rick Gould,Mark Sheffield
Special Effects by Steve Austin,Mark Bero,Grant Boulton,Ben Broadbridge,Andy Bunce,Dave Busick,Wilfred Caban,Carmen M. Campolo Jr.,Simon Cockren,Rich E. Cordobes,Keith Dawson,Michael Dawson,Peter Didier,Stuart Digby,Richard Bryan Douglas,Matthew Duggan,Tony Edwards,Jody Eltham,Csaba László Eröss,Terry Flowers,Ken Goodstein,Anh Le Hoang,Thomas R. Homsher,Steven Kirshoff,Jason Leinster,Devin Maggio,Ben Mahoney,John Mason,Bruce Mayhew,Zac Meeking,Martin Montoya,Neil Murray,Mark Noel,Frank C. Oliva Sr.,Hanin Ouidder,Joe Pancake,Steven Pancake,Francis Pennington,Elia P. Popov,Mark Raymond,Delroy Reid,Roy Savoy,Robert J. Scupp,Keith Shannon,Michelle Stella,John Stifanich,Michael A. Tice,Omar Torres,Thomas Viviano,David j Watson,Hayley J. Williams,Joss Williams,Victoria Williams,Ashley Yallop,Anthony S. Ciccarelli,Pau Costa,Javier Jal,Javier H. Moneo,Eric Pastore,Andrew Ryan,Anne Marie Walters
Visual Effects by Simon Allmark,Jaume Arteman,Judy Barr,Robin Beard,Jennifer C. Bell,Paul Bellany,Frank Berbert,Andre Braithwaite,Richard Briscoe,Andre Brizard,Nik Brownlee,Astrid Busser-Casas,Daniel Cairnie,Dominic Carus,Peter Chiang,Debra Coleman,Christopher Cram,Zoe Cranley,Ciaran Crowley,Emma Cummins,Marcello Da Silva,Philipp Danner,Dimitri Delacovias,Linda Drake,Miles Drake,Miller Drake,Bronwyn Edwards,Ellie Faustino,James Foster,Mike Foyle,Walter Gilbert,Azzard Gordon,Tom Griffiths,James Guy,Jerry Hall,Pete Hanson,Michael Harrison,Aeon Henderson,Lee Ifans,Claire Inglis,Ludovic Iochem,Alex Ireland,Oliver James,Phil Johnson,Rafal Kaniewski,Marcin Kolendo,Serena Lam,Matthew Leach,Tracey Leadbetter,Gawain Liddiard,Mattias Lindahl,Eugene Lipkin,Jan Maroske,Sangita Mistry,Alice Mitchell,Dan Neal,Charlie Noble,Gregory Oehler,Alexandra Papavramides,Adam Paschke,Tilman Paulin,Ana Sofia Mestre de Almeida Pereira,Kate Phillips,Fred Place,Matthew Plummer,Joel Prager,John Purdie,James Reid,Tom Richardson,Laurent-Paul Robert,Sam Schwier,Foad Shah,Brian Shows,Ian Simpson,Dan Snape,Jim Steel,Jelena Stojanovic,Sean Stranks,Chris Ung,David Vickery,Mauricio Villamil,Andy Warren,Guy Williams,Daniel Wood,Anna Yamazoe,Patrick Zentis,George Zwier,Matt Ashton,Pete Bebb,Craig Bilsky,Martin Body,Jamie Briens,Elika Burns,Huseyin Caner,Mark Coleran,Tom Collier,Dayne Cowan,Yoshi DeHerrera,Stefan Drury,John Flores,Donald Fly,Richard Fox,John J. Galloway,Larry Gaynor,Crystal Hadcroft,Ed Hall,Adam Hammond,Sarah Hemsley,Richard Higham,Marcus Hindborg,Ian Holland,Brian Holmes,Lorea Hoye,Andrew Kingston,Diane Kingston,J. Kitazaki,Andrew Koutsou,Kevin Kutchaver,Simon Leech,Duncan Lees,Taz Lodder,Thierry Muller,Thomas Müller,Julia Neighly,Heather Holty Newton,Julie Orosz,Glen Pratt,Julia Reinhard,Gareth Repton,Valeria Romano,Paul Round,James Russell,Rhys Salcombe,Bob Schneider,Sam Spacey,Angela Stanley,Richard Stay,Paul Venn Stirling,Christopher Sweet,Luigi Tommaseo,Samantha Tracey,Sheila Wickens,Rachel Wright,Anton Yri
Stunts Rachid Abbad,Don Abbatiello,Lasfer Abdelghni,G.A. Aguilar,Brian Keith Allen,Guiomar Alonso,Bill Anagnos,Roy T. Anderson,Scott Armstrong,Luis Miguel Arranz,Chris Barnes,Joseph Basile,Randy Beckman,Said Belaamim,Hami Belal,Benito Benitez Crespo,Michael Bornhütter,David Bosch,Dan Bradley,Tim Buchanan,Paul Bucossi,Peter Bucossi,Mike Burke,Bruce Cain,Marvin Campbell,Chris Cenatiempo,John Cenatiempo,Nick Chopping,Bob Colletti,Chris Colombo,George B. Colucci Jr.,Gilbert B. Combs,Aris Comninos,Ben Cooke,J. Patrick Daily,Juan Carlos Delgado,Kelly Dent,Jacob Dewitt,Miguel Diaz-Aboitiz,Ben Dimmock,George R. Doering III,Levan Doran,Norman Douglass,Geoffrey Dowell,Georg Ebinal,Rick English,Peter Epstein,Jonathan Eusebio,Roy Farfel,Adil Farsi,John R. Favre,Victor Fernandez,Frank Ferrara,Stephanie Finochio,Dean Forster,Glenn Foster,Tanner Foust,Marvin Francis,Jeremy Fry,Tim Gallin,David Garrick,Andy Godbold,Eduardo Gomez,Mohamed Gouyd,Evangelos Grecos,James Grogan,Eduardo Gómez,Tarick Hadouch,Richard Hansen,Gene Harrison,Mark Henson,Adolfo Heredia,Rob Herring,Cort Hessler,Don Hewitt,Donald John Hewitt,Jery Hewitt,Jorge Huergo,Jason Hunjan,Rob Hunt,Jeff Imada,Rob Inch,Rowley Irlam,Martin Ivanov,Viktor Ivanov,Eugenio Jiménez,Ramón Jiménez,Keone Kim,Adam Kirley,Mike Lambert,Joanne Lamstein,Derek Lea,Maurice Lee,David Leitch,Antonio Lemos,Samir Machtioui,John E. Mack,Steve Mack,Guillermo Maestre,Stephen Mann,Paul Marini,Erik Martin,Boris Martinez,Santiago Martinez,Anna Mastroianni,Darren Maynard,Nick McKinless,Jeff Medeiros,Erol Mehmet,Andy Merchant,Peter Miles,Lee Millham,Gareth Milne,Lee Morrison,Mark Mottram,Dino Muccio,Ray Nicholas,Brian Nickels,James O’Donnell,Chris O’Hara,Shawn O’Neil,Mick O’Rourke,Oscar Outerino,Janet Paparazzo,Miguel Pedregosa,Peter Pedrero,Dave Pope,Gary Powell,Greg Powell,Nikki Powell,Dominic Preece,Darrin Prescott,Cedric Proust,Susan Purkhiser,Eva Raboso,Markus Ranglack,Buster Reeves,Scott Rogers,John Roney,Markos Rounthwaite,Alison Ryan,Johan Saentz,Ignacio Garcia J. Sanchis,Lutz Schleisner,Kevin Scott,Gordon Seed,Terry Serpico,Diz Sharpe,Matt Sherren,Nicola Short,David Shumbris,Keith Siglinger,Craig Frosty Silva,Jesús Silva,Jorge Silva,Peter B. Simpson,Shane Sinutko,Brian Smyj,Mark Southworth,Matthew Stirling,John Street,Gary Tacon,Roy Taylor,Shawnna Thibodeau,Arran Topham,Mustapha Touki,Greg Tracy,Vladimir Troitsky,Manuel Valle,Tony Van Silva,Aaron Vexler,Vincent Wang,David Ware,Dean Watt,Reg Wayment,Ronny Wechselberger,Donna Williams,Alberto Zapata,Jose Zorrilla,Michael Arthur,Damon Caro,Jacob Dewitt,Jeffrey Lee Gibson,Tony Lazzara,Philippe Losson,Kai Martin,James O’Donnell,Abdellah Oukseh,Álvaro Quiroga,Diz Sharpe,Peter B. Simpson,Brian Smyj
Camera and Electrical Department El Mokhtar Aboukal,Celia Abraira,Brahim Amarak,Jonathan Ames,David Appleby,Marc Atherfold,Zakaria Badreddine,James Baratta,Klemens Becker,George Bird,Abderrahim Bissar,Matt Blades,Jasin Boland,John Bowman,Jeremy Braben,Peter Bulavinetz,Michael Cambria,Roberto Campos,Charles Carpentier,David M. Carr,Andrew Casey,Tony Christie,Paul Colangelo,Peter Colavito,John Conroy,Jeffrey A. Cook,Jim Crowther,Chris Dale,Doug Dalisera,Tim Dean,Luis Del Prado,William DiCenso,Birgit Dierken,Steve Drellich,Jean-François Drigeard,Kevin Edland,Florian Emmerich,Russell Engels,Daniel Erb,Stephen Fell,Stanley Fernandez Jr.,Gavin Fernandez,Roberto Fernández,Wick Finch,Greg Finkel,Conor Finlay,Kevin Flynn,Jonny Franklin,Kevin Fraser,Billy Gamble,John Gamble,Manuel Gaspar,Abbot Genser,Thomas Gottschalk,Hassan Hajhouj,Mira Hamza,Jamie Harcourt,Dan Hartley,Kevin Haverty,Colin Hazell,Brian Heller,Chris Henry,Chris Hensel,John Higgins,Stuart Howell,Darren Howton,Martin Hume,Lee Kazista,Chris Kilduff,Jennifer Koestler,John Krause,Wayne Leach,Adam Lee,David Lee,Eric Leigh,John Leigh,Clive Mackey,David Mackie,James Mah,Brendon Malone,David Maund,Lance Mayer,Tim McAuliffe,Adrian McCarthy,Jim McConkey,Larry McConkey,Danny McGee,Joe McGee,Campbell McIntosh,Gavin McKenzie,Igor Meglic,Eric Mikhaelides,Tim Molema,William Moore,William D. Moran,Mark Moriarty,Dean Morris,Dean Morrish,Beda Mulzer,Neil Munro,Phil Murray,Ed Nessen,Shaun O’Dell,Justin Owen,Robert Palmer,Won-suk Park,Dino Parks,Gary Parnham,Kelly Paul,Craig Pecchia,Andrew Peck,Balint Pinczehelyi,Michael J. Prate,Tom Prate,Andrew Priestley,Guillaume Renberg,Jonathan ‘Chunky’ Richmond,Lance Rieck,Michael Rieck,Eric P. Robinson,Gary Romaine,Sam Rosedietcher,Thomas Royal,Kelly Rutkowski,Jorge Sacristán,Sam Sale,José Vicente Salvador,Joe Sarao,Christian Scheibe,Ronald Schwarz,Ron Shane,Richard B. Shean,David Sinfield,Ian Sinfield,Paul Slatter,Julian Sternthal,Bjoern Susen,Eric Swanek,Mike Valentine,Bob Van Heek,Oliver Ward,Jon Webb,Paul Wheeldon,Peter Wignall,Ben Wilson,Alan Wolfe,Sarah Woodward,Rene Adefarasin,Nick Allsop,Jeremy Braben,Travis Cadalzo,Andrew Cavagnet,Joe Chess,Harry Clark,Chris Clarke,Rashad Clinton,David Cozens,Ben Dailey,Carlos De Carvalho,Sylvestre Dedise,Adam Dorney,Lee Eldred,Will Finch,Neil Flaherty,Max Frankston,Daniel Gago,Tash Gamper,Christopher Garland,Chris Gilbertson,Luke Andrew Haddock,Graham Hall,Joel Holland,Gabriel Hyman,Alec Jarnagin,Nicholas Kay,Wayne King,Andrew Lawrence,Chaz Lyon,Todd MacNicholl,Nathan Mann,Tobias Marshall,Chris McAleese,Guy McCormack,Maurice K. McGuire,Toby Merritt,Jamie Mills,Michael Nie,Antonio Ponti,Simon Rainer,Marcos Rodríguez-Quijano,Pete Romano,Tony Rowland,Darren Ryan,Bob Scott,Steven Search,Adrian Spanna,Christian Wehrle,Charlie Whitaker,Santiago Yniguez
Casting Department Julie Hutchinson,Zinedine Ibnou Jabal,Franck Jouard,Caitlin McKenna,Iris Müller,Dearbhaile O’Hanlon,Betsy Royall,Leeba Zakharov,Elizabeth Dean,Chuck Douglas,Marcel Dykiert,Mihal Freinquel,Terry L. Lamfers,Jennifer Sabel,Grant Wilfley
Costume and Wardrobe Department Pam Aaron,Nuria Barrio,Lucy Bowring,Elena Calvo,Ken Crouch,Liz Dann,Kate Edwards,Angela Egan,Natalia Georgiadou,Sabine Groh,Suzie Harman,Daniel Lawson,Jevyn Nelms,John Norster,Marcia Patten,Usue Peña,Adam Roach,Meike Schlegel,Barnaby Smith,Cristina Sopeña,Jonathan Stow,Caroline Thorpe,Sarah Tiffin,Carol Anne Wegner,Sacha Chandisingh
Editorial Department Esther Bailey,Christopher Robin Bell,Karen M. Boyle-Anastasio,Derek Brechin,Eduardo Cisneros,John Dietrick,Mark Fitzgerald,Jimmy Fusil,Maria Gonzales,Nancy Jundi,Robert Malina,Lindsey Morrow,Stephen Nakamura,Jason Overbeck,Katie Pastore,Russell Pawson,Julie Saegert,Stephen Bearman,Bill Ceresia,Ollie Gatehouse,Imogen Gay,Daniel Greenway,Simon Harris,Jamie Millhoff,Ken Rubenfeld,Adrian Spanna,Darin Wooldridge
Location Management Youssef Abagourram,Jerome Albertini,Roman Avianus,Khalid Banoujaafar,Tristan Barnard,Mohamed Benhmamane,Sam Breckman,Romain Courtine,Ana Cuadra,Rebecca Davis,Piers Dunn,Florence Fischel,Amanda Foley,James Grant,Khalid Haberraih,Faical Hajji,Darren Helman,Arnaud Kaiser,Silke Krüger,Doron Levi,Leonardo Martínez,Chris Moore,Duncan Muggoch,Kip Myers,Emma Patiño,Emma Pill,Lauri Pitkus,Daniel Pollack,Jonathan Reich,Félix Rosell,Mimi Turner,Jamie Vermilye,Isaac Viejo,Martin Wady,Mercedes Barbod,Ellen Athena Catsikeas,Abby Eon,Scott Ferlisi,Dena Ghieth,Klaus Große Darrelmann,Sven Jenuwein,Christopher LeStrange,Philip Lobban,Matthew Dillon Noonan,Andrew Poppoon,Christian Reinhardt,Simon Sansone,Ricardo Serrano,Colby Shrefler,Kevin Speight,James Stittle
Music Department Roger Argente,Nick Barr,Chris Barrett,Ramiro Belgardt,Richard Berry,Nigel Black,Tom Brown,David Butterworth,Thomas A. Carlson,David Channing,Ben Chappell,Gustav Clarkson,Paul Clarvis,Nick Cooper,Caroline Dale,David Daniels,Peter Davies,Caroline Dearnley,Philip Eastop,Richard Edwards,Koji Egawa,Robin Firman,Dave Foster,Germaine Franco,Paul Gargham,Cathy Giles,Morgan Goff,Gavin Greenaway,Simon Gunton,David Hage,Roger Harvey,Jan Hendrickse,Tony Hinnigan,Nick Hitchens,Garfield Jackson,Luis Jardim,Sam Jones,Paul Kegg,Peter Lale,Daniel Lerner,Tony Lewis,Martin Loveday,Steve Mair,Craig Mann,Charlotte Matthews,James McKee Smith,Keith Mcnicholl,Don McVay,Nick Mera,Perry Montague-Mason,Shawn Murphy,Kate Musker,Peter Myles,Everton Nelson,Kathy Nelson,Daniel Nielsen,Martin Owen,Andy Parker,Jake Parker,Victor Pesavento,Tom Pigott Smith,Chris Pitsillides,Anthony Pleeth,Jim Rattigan,Simon Rayner,Joel J. Richard,Frank Ricotti,George Robertson,Islam Sabry,Frank Schaefer,Neil Shewan,Richard Skinner,Owen Slade,Rob Sneddon,Curt Sobel,Dave Stewart,Erik Swanson,Gary K. Thomas,John Ashton Thomas,Mike Thompson,Jon Thorne,Lee Tsarmarklis,Ivo van der Worff,Allen Walley,Katie Wilkinson,Carston Williams,Furesth Williams,Jonathan Williams,Nick Wollage,Chris Worsey,Warren Zielinski,Rachel Bolt,Chris Clad,Bruce White
Script and Continuity Department Sue Mahoney,Annie Penn,Louise Wade,Laura Miles,Tom Stoppard
Transportation Department Outayeb Abdeslame,Khalid Ameskane,John Atkins,Mounir Badia,Ali Bakkioui,Bryan Baverstock,Markus Bendler,Cristina Campos,Ian Clarke,David Conelli,Alice Cordie,Maxime Couteret,Jens Enderling,Dennis Erdmann,Jay Immersi,Graham Kelly,Nicole Kreyßel,Oliver Kueper-Grobecker,Diego Leco,David G Mahoney,Charles Miambanzila,Wayne Moran,Robert J. Napier,Nacho Nolla,Boris Olomi,Mickey Pastoriza,Patricia Picazo,Jaime Polo,Alberto Poveda,Tony Power,Octave Raspail,Francisco Rojo Villada,Andreas Schumacher,Jérôme Servant,Chris J. Smith,Ken Smith,Knuth Sorgers,Gabe Turiello,Ian Westwell,Jalal Aqdim,Andrés Cámara,Mickey Davie,Marcel De Lamotte,John R. Dove,Fabien Gourmelen,Rubén Gómez,Florian Haeger,Charles Heidet,Daniel Huhn,Yann Jouannic,Martin Kuschan,Paolo Maggio,Nina Ruhkala,Olivier Suffert,Alexandre Thiery,Sean Thornton,Tony Wadsworth
Additional Crew Abde Sallam Ait Abdellah,Clare Aldington,Daniel Altieri,Segolene Amice Lagny,Peter Arpesella,Simon Atherton,Ota Bares,Monica Barraza,Deborah Becker,Rosie Bedford-Stradling,Bouchra Bentayeb,Mustapha Bentayeb,Mirashyam Blakeslee,Ethan Blum,Nick Bommer,Michael Braun,Paul Brennan,Rachel Bucknor,Stephan Burle,Julien Béségher,Nina Büttner,Maurice Cabrera,Victoria Cadiou,Jana Camacho,Hélène Cardona,Gavin Carruthers,Juan Casado,Erin Charles,Terry Claybon,Daniel B. Cone,Nicole Cotton,John Crampton,Luke Crawford,Steve Cummings,Paige Day,Roberto De Jesus,Katherine DeJesus,John DeSimone,Kesho DeSouza,Tommy Dunne,Jennifer Eddy,Ceri Evans,Ian Evans,Michel Flaesch,Frédérique Flaesh,Emmanuel Fleury,Chris Forster,Sophie Fortat,Linda H. Friedman,Katharina Gapski,Kya Garwood,Jackie Gilbey,Robin Green,Frédéric Greene,Nicky Gregory,Jen Haines,Loren Hammonds,Jon D. Harris,Emma Hazell,Marina Hernando,Jonathan Hoeg,Deirdre Horgan,Sammy Horton,Jayyusi Husam,Andrea Izquierdo,Christopher A. Jackson,Jennifer K. Jacobs,Kate Johnson,Jessie Kerry,Joe Kobzan,Rowan Laidlaw,Kevin LaRosa II,Devin Laster,Marc Leroyer,Nicole Linares,Myriam Loukili,Fernando Lueches,Radim Macha,Sylvia Mackintosh,Vair Macphee,Theresa Marsh,Laura Mateos,Dean McManus,Rizelle Mendoza,Laura Menéndez,Davin Michaels,Frédéric Millet,Dina Morrone,Ali Moshref,Grégoire Mouveau,Hugh Mun,Mark Munnelly,John Nixon,Jorge Noguerales,Chris Norman,Janie Nugent,Lisa O’Hara,Shelly O’Mahony-Masso,Hilde Odelga,Antonia Olivares,Anji Oliver,Nancy A. Pavia,Patrick Tendai Pfupajena,Mike Phillips,Karsten Piel,Neil Pierson,Pam Plummer,Meredith C. Powell,Faunafilm Prag,Joanna Price,Jan Proppe,Yahia Qaci,Mary T. Radford,Rebecca Rae,Philip A. Ramos,Eric Scott Rau,Oliver Rayner,Patricia Reid-Douglas,Terry Rigarlsford,Jay Roberts,Jennifer Roberts,Megan Roberts,Claire Robertson,Germain Robin,Jean-Marc Rulier,Anna Schmigalla,Mark Schofield,Dave Shaw,Jason Simmonds,Joss Skottowe,Darryl A. Smith,Rob Sorrenti,Simon Staines,Luke Stevenson,Jen Stirling,Barbara Szeman,Widad Taha,Adam Teeuw,Christophe Thomas,Andrea Truscott,Sara-Jane Valentine,Jarik Van Sluijs,Jamie Vermilye,Oliver Veysey,Teddy Villalba,Fiona Vokes,Benton Ward,Ryder Washburn,David Wilcock,Deborah Wuliger,Dana Zolli,Ramona Adair,Eric Andrew,Jim Bacon,Philip Ball,Sam Blackmore,Carole Schmidlin Blanchard,Sarah Brook,Adam Byles,María Cabello,Joseph Carey,Neil Carter,Al Cerullo,Shinae Cho,Nathan Davis,Sean Devaney,Kay Di Rezze,Adrienne Dine,Jeff Dionne,Logan Wolfe Edler,Hedi El Ayoubi,Susana G. Esteban,Lisa Falzarano,Alexis Giraudeau,Pamela B. Green,John Hamilton,Berry Hatfield,Andy Hennigan,Hassan Heyward,Robert Hoehn,Sally May Homer,Asia Jarzyna,Chris Judd,Richard Kathlean,Andreas Kispert,Russ Klein,Khadja Koulla,Katie Kramer,Brendan Lee,Phillip Leung,Samantha Levenstein,Gareth Lewis,Alan Lowe,Jessica Luhrssen,Faya Madrid,Beatrice Manning,Cathleen McFadyen,James McGrady,Clem McIntosh,Melissa A. Messick,Ed Mitchell,Tom Mone,Mario Nila,Katherine M. O’Connor,James Parsons,Nicoletta Perdikos,Saray Perez,Joshua Brian Pierce,Guillaume Renberg,Valerie Milenka Repnau,Guy Richardson,Steven Robbins,Peter Roskovich,Kelsi Russell,Miranda Sajdak,Teddy Schenck,Adam Schweig,Christopher Scott,Deb Shufelt,Alexandre Singer,Nate Slevin,Callum Heckstall Smith,Toby Spanton,Johnny Starke,Michelle Stella,Amy Teitter,Miriam Tielmann,Craig Topham,Fernando Vallejo,Denise Violante,William Voermann,David Vogel,Luke Wanagel,Paul Wielunski,Richard Wild,Clarke Williams,Jonathan Wu
Thanks King Mohamed VI
Genres Action, Mystery, Thriller
Companies Universal Pictures, Motion Picture BETA Produktionsgesellschaft, The Kennedy/Marshall Company
Countries USA, Germany, France, Spain
Languages English, French, Arabic, Russian, Spanish
ContentRating PG-13
ImDbRating 8
ImDbRatingVotes 632831
MetacriticRating 85
Keywords memory,dark past,flashback,blockbuster,surprise ending