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The Bourne Supremacy, Movie, 2004 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Die Bourne Verschwörung (Germany)
  • El Mito de Bourne (Spain)
  • La mort dans la peau (France)

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carchasesfanatic ES

2006-05-23 22:39

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Nice chase with the mercedes g class and the GAZ volga.

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G-MANN UK

2007-01-25 12:03

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After buying the Ronin DVD recently I realised exactly how much better the chases in it are than the ones in most other recent Hollywood films, take the chase in this film, it wasn't bad but there was so much editing (too many shots of Bourne changing gear and putting his foot down) and shakey camera movement instead of raw speed and stunt driving, the cars never seemed to be going faster than 50 mph, whereas the cars in Ronin did well over 100 mph in places. It's like a lot directors doing action films have been affected by Michael Bay syndrome, where everything is edited to within an inch of its life and shots never last longer than a single second.

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antp BE

2007-01-25 12:06

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I was quite disappointed for this chase of "Bourne Supremacy". As you said, way too much editing and camera movement :(
I liked the chase in the first movie, and of course the chase in Ronin :)

93montero

2007-06-23 21:58

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I find myself agreeing with you antp, on a regular basis. I really did not like the fast camera movement in this chase. I really had a hard time figuring out what was going on. The chase with the BMW driving the wrong way on the highway in Ronin is absolutely amazing. I think the Bourne Identity is much more of a solid film. We will have to wait and see for the third upcoming Ultimatum.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-12-02 00:34

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Quote Filming Locations for
The Bourne Supremacy (2004)

Alexanderplatz, Mitte, Berlin, Germany

Bahnhof Zoo, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

Berlin, Germany

Germany

Goa, India

Haus des Rundfunks, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

India

Kaiserstraße, Berlin, Germany

Karl-Marx-Allee, Berlin, Germany

Kemper Platz, Tiergarten-Tunnel, Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany

Kurfürstendamm, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

Leipziger Straße, Mitte, Berlin, Germany

Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
(end scenes)

Moscow, Russia

Naples, Campania, Italy

Ostbahnhof, Friedrichshain, Berlin, Germany

Palais am Funkturm, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

Russia

S-Bahn Station Friedrichstraße, Mitte, Berlin, Germany

Studio Babelsberg, Potsdam, Brandenburg, Germany

Tempelhof Airport, Tempelhof, Berlin, Germany

The Westin Grand Hotel, Berlin, Germany

Walter-Benjamin-Platz, Charlottenburg, Berlin, Germany

Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany

Zoologischer Garten, Tiergarten, Berlin, Germany

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0372183/locations

antp BE

2007-12-02 00:48

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I replaced/added pictures from the DVD.

It seems that CarChasesFanatic & I are not the only ones to add a "no?" instead of "isn't it?" to transform a sentence into a question:

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Bravada PL

2007-12-02 11:19

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:rotfl:

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carchasesfanatic ES

2007-12-03 09:42

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Who else does it? :p

antp BE

2007-12-03 18:15

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The CIA guy sit at the desk who was speaking in the picture abouve

ggj NL

2008-06-25 20:44

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Where is that Mercedes 190E that was in the taxi-chase?

ingo DE

2009-11-08 23:09

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G-MANN wrote I realised exactly how much better the chases in it are than the ones in most other recent Hollywood films, take the chase in this film, it wasn't bad but there was so much editing (too many shots of Bourne changing gear and putting his foot down) and shakey camera movement instead of raw speed and stunt driving, the cars never seemed to be going faster than 50 mph, whereas the cars in Ronin did well over 100 mph in places.



I just have seen the movie on TV. I like it, that the locations were mainly correct without disgusting cobbled lookalike-locations. O.k., mainly without them. There was a tiny scene set in Amsterdam, when the CIA-girl was picked up, which was in Berlin (to identify by the houses in the background). And the supermarket-scene, set in Moscow, was also in Germany (to identify by the floor-tiles and the water-crates ;) )

:think: I'm wondering, if the chase-scene in the tunnel wasn't also filmed outside of Russia, probably in Germany, too. We don't have these Volga's on the market, but the other involved and smashed cars aren't typical for Russia. The range, the mix hadn't fit. VW Polo, Opel Corsa TR, Nissan Micra are not so common in Russia.

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IRT_BMT_IND CA

2009-11-08 23:28

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I remember reading in a book about the locations of various movies, that the chase was shot in Moscow and Berlin.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2009-11-08 23:51

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The interior of the tunnel was filmed in Berlin. They also used Karl-Marx-Allee for some Moscow scenes - the FSB guy staggering out of the nightclub - note the yellow Berlin bus, and also I think a few bits of the car chase.

3loader RU

2012-02-27 18:32

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ingo wrote We don't have these Volga's on the market

You almost did. German businessman Horst Roland Esche in early 00's desperately tried became Volga trader in Europe. He started from 3111 Volga (pretty cute), but new masters of plant screw the production, then he tried with 3110 and 31105 (fugly cans)... I saw some interview with him in late 00's, he kinda lost enthusiasm... and money. Volga in this movie could be one of his.
Spoiler - click here to see it

ingo DE

2012-02-28 19:39

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:think: Never heard about that. And noone else, not even Google: Link to "www.google.de" You comment is the only one ever about that guy.

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-02-28 20:04

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I remember seeing a German website that claimed to be a Volga importer, and it's Herr Esche's.
http://www.volga-auto.de/

Here's an interview with him in German:
http://russland.ru/wolgagaz/morenews.php?iditem=15

@3loader: There's a dead link on Esche's site to a page about "Volgas für "The Bourne Supremacy"" so you might be right.


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ingo DE

2012-02-29 20:52

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Ah, Jesche, not Esche is the correct name. Obviously his business ran out. The newest datas on the homepage are from 2005 and if you google, you find comments from that years in some forums and about himself nothing than Facebook-stuff. One of the only two (just planned?) contract-dealers says nothing about the import of Russian cars ( http://www.indestra.de/ueberuns.htm ), the other doesn't exist any more (http://www.ostblockfahrzeuge.de/)

And I've never ever seen any 1989+ Volga in Germany, only the older left-overs from the DDR. The cars on the linked homepage have all red dealer's plates, noone a real regstration. So what is written on the page "For all the cars, we are offering, you can get a registration in any EU-country" was obviously not the complete truth...

ingo DE

2012-02-29 20:54

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Gag Halfrunt wrote
@3loader: There's a dead link on Esche's site to a page about "Volgas für "The Bourne Supremacy"" so you might be right.

Maybe it was the only chance for him to get rid of them. So like /movie_17136-Metropolis.html for example.

3loader RU

2012-03-01 22:04

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ingo wrote Ah, Jesche, not Esche is the correct name.
My mistake, in my sources was no name in German. I saw tv-interview in late 00's, and his business ran out. Poor guy... Those 3111 had impressive look, something really modern since 3102. But all those Putin's top-managers like Deripaska, ruin everything. And now theres no Volga producing anymore.

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