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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:45,754 --> 00:00:48,798 CONKLIN: (ECHOING) This is not a drill, soldier. 2 00:00:49,133 --> 00:00:50,800 We clear on that? 3 00:00:52,720 --> 00:00:55,513 This is a live project, and you're a go. 4 00:00:55,931 --> 00:00:57,140 You're a go. 5 00:00:59,143 --> 00:01:01,310 Training is over. 6 00:01:03,147 --> 00:01:04,897 Training is over. 7 00:01:04,982 --> 00:01:06,649 (WOMAN WHlMPERlNG) 8 00:01:08,277 --> 00:01:09,485 (GUN FIRING) 9 00:01:51,987 --> 00:01:53,738 l'm okay. lt's fine. 10 00:01:55,282 --> 00:01:56,949 lt's just a headache. 11 00:02:02,539 --> 00:02:04,248 You're burning up. 12 00:02:19,223 --> 00:02:20,556 lt's okay. 13 00:02:22,810 --> 00:02:24,435 Just a headache. 14 00:02:45,791 --> 00:02:47,166 Anything new? 15 00:02:47,251 --> 00:02:48,334 No. 16 00:02:50,587 --> 00:02:52,672 lt's just bits and pieces. 17 00:02:55,217 --> 00:02:57,426 l can hear Conklin's voice 18 00:02:58,554 --> 00:03:01,097 and there's that photograph, but. . . 19 00:03:03,267 --> 00:03:05,309 l just can't stay with it. 20 00:03:05,394 --> 00:03:07,103 But you're sure it's not just a bad dream? 21 00:03:07,187 --> 00:03:10,439 lt happened. lt was a mission. 22 00:03:13,068 --> 00:03:14,694 And I was there. 23 00:03:15,028 --> 00:03:17,071 You should write it down. 24 00:03:20,450 --> 00:03:22,910 Now, two years we're scribbling in that notebook. 25 00:03:22,995 --> 00:03:24,704 lt hasn't been two years. lt's always bad 26 00:03:24,788 --> 00:03:27,039 and now it's just the same thing over and over again. 27 00:03:27,124 --> 00:03:29,208 But that's why we write it down. 28 00:03:29,293 --> 00:03:32,712 Because sooner or later, you remember something good. 29 00:03:34,631 --> 00:03:36,883 l do remember something good. 30 00:03:37,968 --> 00:03:39,468 All the time. 31 00:04:40,155 --> 00:04:41,739 LANDY: I want one final go around. 32 00:04:41,823 --> 00:04:43,366 MAN: All teams listen up. 33 00:04:43,450 --> 00:04:45,409 We are standing by for final green. 34 00:04:45,494 --> 00:04:47,620 MAN 1: Survey Two, l need to know when you've got eyes. 35 00:04:47,704 --> 00:04:49,747 (OVER RADIO) This is Survey Two. I have eyes. 36 00:04:49,831 --> 00:04:51,374 MAN 1: Copy that. 37 00:04:52,376 --> 00:04:53,960 Survey One, this is Hub. 38 00:04:54,544 --> 00:04:56,003 Do you have visual contact? 39 00:04:57,547 --> 00:05:01,092 Hub, this is Survey One. Mobile One is in motion. 40 00:05:04,930 --> 00:05:07,056 WOMAN: Survey Three, that is good. 41 00:05:08,392 --> 00:05:09,600 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 42 00:05:10,394 --> 00:05:12,687 Hub. MAN 2: Director Marshall from Langley. 43 00:05:14,231 --> 00:05:15,940 Langley. Stand by, please. 44 00:05:17,234 --> 00:05:18,234 Martin? 45 00:05:19,069 --> 00:05:21,779 l'm here. So is Donnie and Jack Weller. 46 00:05:21,863 --> 00:05:24,782 We understand you're using the full allocation for this buy. 47 00:05:24,866 --> 00:05:26,075 LANDY: lt's where we came out. 48 00:05:26,159 --> 00:05:27,326 lt's a lot of money, Pam. 49 00:05:27,411 --> 00:05:29,161 For a thief, a mole. 50 00:05:29,246 --> 00:05:31,330 lf it does nothing more than narrow the list of suspects, 51 00:05:31,415 --> 00:05:33,165 it's a bargain at 10 times the price. 52 00:05:33,250 --> 00:05:36,794 Hub, this is Survey Two. Escort is breaking off. 53 00:05:37,379 --> 00:05:39,213 Mobile One is entering the building. 54 00:05:39,297 --> 00:05:41,507 Gentlemen, l have the seller on-site and in play. 55 00:05:41,591 --> 00:05:43,634 Quite frankly, there's nothing much more to discuss. 56 00:05:50,267 --> 00:05:52,018 All right, Pam. Your call. 57 00:05:52,102 --> 00:05:53,144 Go. 58 00:05:53,228 --> 00:05:54,979 We're on. Audio contact only. 59 00:05:55,063 --> 00:05:57,273 Switching to channel one now. 60 00:05:58,108 --> 00:06:00,026 MAN: Copy that. lt's affirmative. 61 00:06:29,890 --> 00:06:31,057 (CLlCKlNG) 62 00:06:33,185 --> 00:06:34,602 (ELEVATOR BELL DlNGlNG) 63 00:06:37,355 --> 00:06:38,731 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 64 00:06:38,815 --> 00:06:41,275 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 65 00:06:59,377 --> 00:07:02,421 MAN: Hub, Mobile One and seller have entered the office. 66 00:07:02,506 --> 00:07:03,923 Copy that. 67 00:07:18,021 --> 00:07:19,480 This is everything? 68 00:07:20,690 --> 00:07:22,108 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 69 00:07:32,244 --> 00:07:33,494 (BEEPlNG) 70 00:07:52,180 --> 00:07:53,472 (MUFFLED GUNSHOTS) 71 00:07:55,392 --> 00:07:56,684 LANDY: Those were shots. 72 00:08:02,482 --> 00:08:03,691 Survey One, come in. 73 00:08:03,775 --> 00:08:04,859 Survey One, l need to know what happened. 74 00:08:04,943 --> 00:08:06,026 What do you see? 75 00:08:06,111 --> 00:08:07,278 Do you see any movement? Do you see any shadows? 76 00:08:07,362 --> 00:08:08,320 MAN: I see nothing. WOMAN: What is your visuaI? 77 00:08:08,405 --> 00:08:10,239 Get some men in there. Get some men in there right now. 78 00:08:10,323 --> 00:08:11,699 Pull it up, Kurt. 79 00:08:13,994 --> 00:08:15,119 Eye contact. l don't care if it's visual. 80 00:08:15,203 --> 00:08:16,662 Mobile One, can you copy, please? 81 00:08:16,746 --> 00:08:17,830 Are you there, Mobile One? 82 00:08:17,914 --> 00:08:19,039 Damn it. l'm sorry. 83 00:08:19,207 --> 00:08:20,833 WOMAN: What do you see, Teddy? 84 00:08:20,917 --> 00:08:22,334 (ALL CLAMORlNG) 85 00:08:22,419 --> 00:08:23,752 MAN: Eyes up the whole way. 86 00:08:40,562 --> 00:08:43,189 MAN ON TV: ...Petroleum Association's annual conference here in Berlin 87 00:08:43,273 --> 00:08:46,692 is Pecos Oil chief executive officer Yuri Gretkov. 88 00:08:46,943 --> 00:08:49,028 ln just six years, Gretkov has turned Pecos 89 00:08:49,112 --> 00:08:51,280 into an oil empire, which in turn... 90 00:08:55,994 --> 00:08:58,287 He's become one of the wealthiest men in Russia, 91 00:08:58,371 --> 00:09:00,956 after consolidating drilling rights in the Caspian Sea 92 00:09:01,041 --> 00:09:02,541 and gaining control of one of the... 93 00:09:05,670 --> 00:09:07,004 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 94 00:09:09,716 --> 00:09:10,966 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 95 00:09:56,179 --> 00:09:57,471 How much? 96 00:12:30,959 --> 00:12:33,127 Good morning, sir. Morning. 97 00:12:34,671 --> 00:12:37,840 He is my friend. There's been a death in the family. 98 00:12:37,924 --> 00:12:40,342 And I wonder if you've seen him. 99 00:13:24,679 --> 00:13:26,221 Hey. Get in. 100 00:13:26,389 --> 00:13:28,557 What's wrong? We're blown. 101 00:13:28,975 --> 00:13:29,975 How? 102 00:13:30,059 --> 00:13:31,477 We pushed it. We got lazy. 103 00:13:45,116 --> 00:13:46,200 MAN: ldiot! 104 00:13:48,411 --> 00:13:49,745 (HONKlNG HORN) 105 00:13:49,829 --> 00:13:51,788 All right. That's twice now l've seen the same guy. 106 00:13:51,873 --> 00:13:53,832 l saw him in town. He was at the telegraph office. 107 00:13:53,917 --> 00:13:55,626 Are you sure? How can you be sure? 108 00:13:55,710 --> 00:13:59,713 lt's just wrong. The guy, the car he's driving, what he's wearing, it's just wrong. 109 00:14:03,051 --> 00:14:04,551 But, Jason, let's stay calm. 110 00:14:04,636 --> 00:14:06,053 This is real. lt could be anybody. 111 00:14:06,137 --> 00:14:07,387 This is real. 112 00:14:07,722 --> 00:14:09,348 That's him. That's him right there. 113 00:14:09,432 --> 00:14:11,975 Get your head down. Silver Hyundai. Get your head down. 114 00:14:27,659 --> 00:14:28,909 (HORN BLARlNG) 115 00:14:32,622 --> 00:14:34,122 How far is he? 116 00:14:37,001 --> 00:14:38,293 How far? 117 00:14:40,296 --> 00:14:41,964 A hundred meters. 118 00:14:59,566 --> 00:15:02,401 Here, take the wheel. You're gonna drive. 119 00:15:03,403 --> 00:15:04,611 Switch. 120 00:15:07,323 --> 00:15:09,324 Just head to the bridge. 121 00:15:29,345 --> 00:15:31,054 Turn here. Cut through the field. 122 00:15:31,264 --> 00:15:32,347 Hang on. 123 00:16:19,979 --> 00:16:21,938 All right, you keep going to the shack. 124 00:16:22,023 --> 00:16:23,482 l'll meet you there in one hour. 125 00:16:23,566 --> 00:16:25,442 l'm gonna bail out on the other side of this bridge. 126 00:16:25,526 --> 00:16:26,693 lt's the only way he can follow us. 127 00:16:26,778 --> 00:16:28,153 What if it's not who you think it is? 128 00:16:28,237 --> 00:16:29,321 lt's them. lt's Treadstone. 129 00:16:29,405 --> 00:16:30,656 Jason, don't do it. 130 00:16:30,740 --> 00:16:32,658 Look, Marie, I warned them. l don't want you to do it. 131 00:16:32,742 --> 00:16:34,743 l told them what would happen if they didn't leave us alone. 132 00:16:34,827 --> 00:16:36,411 lt's never gonna be over like this. 133 00:16:36,496 --> 00:16:37,496 l don't want. . . 134 00:16:37,580 --> 00:16:39,164 We don't have a choice. 135 00:16:39,248 --> 00:16:40,666 Yes, you do. 136 00:16:43,795 --> 00:16:44,920 (GLASS SHATTERlNG) 137 00:16:50,802 --> 00:16:51,802 (GRUNTlNG) 138 00:18:58,012 --> 00:18:59,387 Thank you. 139 00:19:00,890 --> 00:19:02,641 MAN: Two of these explosive charges placed 140 00:19:02,725 --> 00:19:04,476 on the power lines, and one of them failed. 141 00:19:04,560 --> 00:19:06,520 The fingerprint's from the one that didn't go off. 142 00:19:06,604 --> 00:19:07,896 LANDY: And the Germans can't match it? 143 00:19:07,980 --> 00:19:09,231 MAN 1: No. Nobody's got it. 144 00:19:09,315 --> 00:19:11,399 We checked out every database we could access. 145 00:19:11,484 --> 00:19:13,860 But we're hooked into Langley now. 146 00:19:14,320 --> 00:19:15,862 Run it. Okay. 147 00:19:25,122 --> 00:19:27,249 What the hell's Treadstone? 148 00:19:29,335 --> 00:19:32,045 All right. Get me a flight. We're going to Langley. 149 00:19:56,028 --> 00:19:57,320 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 150 00:19:57,405 --> 00:19:58,613 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 151 00:22:04,949 --> 00:22:06,408 Two men dead. 152 00:22:07,451 --> 00:22:10,453 Three million in cash gone, no Neski files 153 00:22:10,913 --> 00:22:12,706 and all very public. 154 00:22:12,790 --> 00:22:15,250 This is still a clandestine agency, no? 155 00:22:15,334 --> 00:22:17,502 l don't view this event as a failure. 156 00:22:17,586 --> 00:22:19,004 You call it a success? 157 00:22:19,088 --> 00:22:20,380 We have a lead. 158 00:22:20,464 --> 00:22:22,465 A fingerprint left by the assassin. 159 00:22:23,759 --> 00:22:25,093 lt's one of us. 160 00:22:26,595 --> 00:22:28,013 Who is it? 161 00:22:28,097 --> 00:22:30,181 What can you tell me about Treadstone? 162 00:22:31,142 --> 00:22:32,350 Treadstone? 163 00:22:32,435 --> 00:22:34,060 That's where the trail dead-ends. 164 00:22:34,145 --> 00:22:37,188 lf you want an answer, you're going to have to give me 165 00:22:37,273 --> 00:22:39,482 a level five SCl access. 166 00:22:42,903 --> 00:22:44,988 We have a lead, Marty. 167 00:22:47,575 --> 00:22:48,825 All right. 168 00:22:49,827 --> 00:22:51,119 You've got your clearance. 169 00:22:51,203 --> 00:22:54,664 But you're on a very short leash. 170 00:22:54,749 --> 00:22:56,499 And you'll give a full report to the group. 171 00:22:56,584 --> 00:22:58,960 l wanna know where you're going with this. 172 00:22:59,545 --> 00:23:00,670 Sir. 173 00:24:18,040 --> 00:24:19,374 (PHONE RINGING) 174 00:24:19,542 --> 00:24:20,959 LANDY: Ward? Yes? 175 00:24:21,043 --> 00:24:22,168 Pamela Landy. 176 00:24:22,253 --> 00:24:24,504 Hey, Pam. What can I do for you? 177 00:24:24,588 --> 00:24:25,880 l was hoping you had some time for me. 178 00:24:25,965 --> 00:24:27,048 Time for what? 179 00:24:27,133 --> 00:24:28,591 l'm free right now, actually. 180 00:24:28,676 --> 00:24:30,218 That sounds ominous. 181 00:24:30,636 --> 00:24:32,387 Let me check my schedule. 182 00:24:36,183 --> 00:24:37,517 Excuse me, l need to. . . 183 00:24:37,601 --> 00:24:38,768 Excuse me. Can I help you? 184 00:24:38,853 --> 00:24:40,770 Yeah, l'm here to see Mr. Abbott. 185 00:24:40,855 --> 00:24:43,773 20 minutes? See you. 186 00:24:52,575 --> 00:24:53,992 Operation Treadstone. 187 00:24:54,076 --> 00:24:55,285 Never heard of it. 188 00:24:55,369 --> 00:24:56,411 That's not gonna fly. 189 00:24:56,495 --> 00:24:58,329 With all due respect, Pam, I think you might 190 00:24:58,414 --> 00:25:00,498 have wandered a little past your pay grade. 191 00:25:00,583 --> 00:25:02,292 That's a warrant from Director Marshall 192 00:25:02,376 --> 00:25:03,585 granting me unrestricted access 193 00:25:03,669 --> 00:25:06,504 to all personnel and materials associated with Treadstone. 194 00:25:10,426 --> 00:25:12,844 So, what are we looking at? 195 00:25:12,928 --> 00:25:13,970 l wanna know about it. 196 00:25:14,054 --> 00:25:15,013 Know about it? 197 00:25:15,097 --> 00:25:17,015 lt was a kill squad. Black-on-black. 198 00:25:17,099 --> 00:25:18,850 We closed it down two years ago. 199 00:25:18,934 --> 00:25:20,351 Nobody wants to know about Treadstone. 200 00:25:20,436 --> 00:25:21,519 Not around here. 201 00:25:21,604 --> 00:25:23,313 So I think you better take this back to Marty 202 00:25:23,397 --> 00:25:25,690 and let him know exactly what you're doing. 203 00:25:25,774 --> 00:25:27,817 He does. l've been down to the archives. 204 00:25:27,902 --> 00:25:29,819 l have the files, Ward. 205 00:25:31,822 --> 00:25:33,239 Let's talk about Conklin. 206 00:25:33,324 --> 00:25:34,699 What are you after, Pam? 207 00:25:34,783 --> 00:25:36,284 You wanna fry me? 208 00:25:36,410 --> 00:25:37,869 You want my desk. ls that it? 209 00:25:37,953 --> 00:25:39,871 l wanna know what happened. What happened? 210 00:25:39,955 --> 00:25:42,123 Jason Bourne happened. You got the files. 211 00:25:43,250 --> 00:25:44,709 Then let's cut the crap. 212 00:25:45,294 --> 00:25:49,214 Conklin had these guys wound so tight, they were bound to snap. 213 00:25:49,298 --> 00:25:51,007 Bourne was his number one. 214 00:25:51,091 --> 00:25:54,135 The guy went for a job, screwed the op, never came back. 215 00:25:54,220 --> 00:25:56,721 Conklin couldn't fix it, couldn't find Bourne, couldn't adjust. 216 00:25:56,805 --> 00:25:58,306 lt all went sideways. 217 00:25:58,390 --> 00:26:00,391 So you had Conklin killed? 218 00:26:01,101 --> 00:26:02,644 l mean, if we're cutting the crap. 219 00:26:02,728 --> 00:26:05,063 l've given 30 years and two marriages to this agency. 220 00:26:05,147 --> 00:26:06,689 l've shoveled shit on four continents. 221 00:26:06,774 --> 00:26:08,233 l'm due to retire next year. 222 00:26:08,317 --> 00:26:09,651 But if you think l'm gonna sit here 223 00:26:09,735 --> 00:26:11,361 and let you dangle me with this, 224 00:26:11,445 --> 00:26:14,489 you can go to hell. And Marshall, too. 225 00:26:15,741 --> 00:26:17,450 lt had to be done. 226 00:26:18,410 --> 00:26:19,911 LANDY: And Bourne? Where is he now? 227 00:26:19,995 --> 00:26:22,121 ABBOTT: Dead in a ditch. Drunk in a bar in Mogadishu. 228 00:26:22,206 --> 00:26:23,998 Who knows. l think I do. 229 00:26:24,083 --> 00:26:26,417 l had a deal going down in Berlin last week. 230 00:26:26,502 --> 00:26:29,545 And during the buy, both our case officer and the seller were killed. 231 00:26:30,214 --> 00:26:32,674 They were killed by Jason Bourne. 232 00:26:33,384 --> 00:26:34,801 (KNOCKlNG AT DOOR) 233 00:26:36,011 --> 00:26:38,304 They're ready for us upstairs. 234 00:26:57,241 --> 00:26:58,491 (BEEPlNG) 235 00:27:04,540 --> 00:27:06,040 (SPEAKlNG lN lTALlAN) 236 00:27:16,302 --> 00:27:17,302 (DOOR SLAMMlNG) 237 00:27:17,386 --> 00:27:20,805 Seven years ago, $20 million of ClA funds disappeared 238 00:27:20,889 --> 00:27:23,308 during a wire transfer through Moscow. 239 00:27:23,392 --> 00:27:25,268 ln the investigation that followed 240 00:27:25,352 --> 00:27:28,813 we were contacted by a Russian politician, Vladimir Neski. 241 00:27:28,897 --> 00:27:32,775 Neski claimed we had a leak and that we'd been ripped off by one of our own. 242 00:27:32,860 --> 00:27:33,860 And were we? 243 00:27:33,944 --> 00:27:35,028 We never found out. 244 00:27:35,112 --> 00:27:37,488 We were negotiating a meet with Mr. Neski when he was killed. 245 00:27:37,573 --> 00:27:39,115 By who? His wife. 246 00:27:39,199 --> 00:27:42,076 The case had gone cold until a month ago when we found a source. 247 00:27:42,161 --> 00:27:43,911 Another Russian in Berlin who claimed 248 00:27:43,996 --> 00:27:46,080 to have access to the Neski murder files. 249 00:27:46,165 --> 00:27:49,083 We thought we had another bite at the apple. 250 00:27:51,503 --> 00:27:55,506 Turns out the assassin was one of our own, Jason Bourne. 251 00:27:56,467 --> 00:27:59,552 Now I know Treadstone's not a very popular subject around here, 252 00:27:59,636 --> 00:28:02,722 but we found some interesting things when we dug a little deeper. 253 00:28:02,806 --> 00:28:05,308 This is Conklin's personal computer. 254 00:28:05,392 --> 00:28:09,020 His Treadstone files are bloated with code keys and case files 255 00:28:09,104 --> 00:28:11,189 that he neither needed nor had clearance for. 256 00:28:11,273 --> 00:28:13,691 Buried in the hard drive, we found a deleted file 257 00:28:13,776 --> 00:28:15,610 with an account number to a bank in Zurich. 258 00:28:15,694 --> 00:28:16,861 At the time of his death, 259 00:28:16,945 --> 00:28:20,698 he was sitting on a personal account in the amount of $760,000. 260 00:28:20,783 --> 00:28:22,283 You know what his budget was? 261 00:28:22,368 --> 00:28:23,701 We were throwing money at him. 262 00:28:23,786 --> 00:28:25,828 Throwing it at him and asking him to keep it dark. 263 00:28:25,913 --> 00:28:27,497 lt was his own account. He was up to something. 264 00:28:27,581 --> 00:28:28,915 This is supposed to be definitive? 265 00:28:28,999 --> 00:28:31,334 What's definitive is that I just lost two people in Berlin. 266 00:28:31,418 --> 00:28:33,503 So what's your theory? Conklin's reaching out from the grave 267 00:28:33,587 --> 00:28:36,130 to protect his good name? The man is dead. 268 00:28:36,215 --> 00:28:37,298 No one's disputing that, Ward. 269 00:28:37,383 --> 00:28:40,093 For Christ's sake, Marty, you knew Conklin. 270 00:28:40,177 --> 00:28:42,970 Does this scan? l mean, at all? 271 00:28:44,890 --> 00:28:46,140 Cut to the chase, Pam. 272 00:28:46,225 --> 00:28:48,559 l think that Bourne and Conklin were in business together, 273 00:28:48,644 --> 00:28:49,644 that Bourne's still involved 274 00:28:49,728 --> 00:28:51,771 and that whatever information l was trying to buy in Berlin 275 00:28:51,855 --> 00:28:54,899 was big enough to bring Bourne out from hiding to kill again. 276 00:28:54,983 --> 00:28:56,609 How's that scan? 277 00:28:57,444 --> 00:28:59,821 Excuse me, sir, but you're not gonna believe this. 278 00:28:59,905 --> 00:29:02,824 Jason Bourne's passport just popped up on the grid in Naples. 279 00:29:07,162 --> 00:29:10,623 Okay. Contact Naples. They need to know who they're dealing with. 280 00:29:11,083 --> 00:29:14,001 Find out what kind of local assets we have in place there. 281 00:29:18,757 --> 00:29:22,385 No, it's nothing. Some guy's name came up on the computer. 282 00:29:23,512 --> 00:29:24,762 (SPEAKlNG lN lTALlAN) 283 00:29:24,847 --> 00:29:27,890 Yeah. Hey, listen, Tom, l'm gonna call you back, okay? 284 00:29:28,183 --> 00:29:29,434 All right. 285 00:29:44,908 --> 00:29:48,035 Mr. Bourne, l'm John Nevins. l'm with the US Consulate. 286 00:29:48,120 --> 00:29:50,079 l just have a few questions for you. 287 00:29:51,039 --> 00:29:52,623 (CLEARlNG THROAT) 288 00:30:01,258 --> 00:30:04,302 You're coming out of Tangiers. ls that correct? 289 00:30:09,808 --> 00:30:12,685 What's the nature of your visit to Naples? 290 00:30:22,654 --> 00:30:23,946 (SPEAKlNG lN lTALlAN) 291 00:30:35,042 --> 00:30:36,834 Look, l don't know what you did, 292 00:30:36,919 --> 00:30:38,920 and I don't know who you're working for. 293 00:30:39,254 --> 00:30:41,297 But I promise you this, 294 00:30:42,090 --> 00:30:45,051 you're gonna play ball one way or the other. 295 00:30:45,969 --> 00:30:47,428 (CELL PHONE RlNGlNG) 296 00:30:51,767 --> 00:30:52,975 (SlGHlNG) 297 00:30:53,769 --> 00:30:54,852 This is Nevins. 298 00:30:54,937 --> 00:30:56,896 This is Tom Cronin, Cl Operations Officer 299 00:30:56,980 --> 00:30:58,189 calling from Langley, Virginia. 300 00:30:58,273 --> 00:30:59,815 Do you have a Jason Bourne in custody? 301 00:30:59,900 --> 00:31:01,108 Yes, I do. 302 00:31:01,193 --> 00:31:03,903 Listen, he's an Agency priority target. 303 00:31:05,155 --> 00:31:07,532 Detain him and call me back as soon as he's secure. 304 00:31:07,616 --> 00:31:08,908 l understand. 305 00:31:53,954 --> 00:31:56,497 He's been detained. Here's the number. 306 00:31:56,582 --> 00:31:59,917 He's being interrogated by a field officer out of the Consulate. 307 00:32:02,296 --> 00:32:03,671 (CELL PHONE RlNGlNG) 308 00:32:05,257 --> 00:32:06,465 (CELL PHONE BEEPlNG) 309 00:32:14,683 --> 00:32:15,683 Hello. 310 00:32:15,767 --> 00:32:17,059 This is Pamela Landy, Cl Supervisor. 311 00:32:17,144 --> 00:32:18,936 Where do we stand? 312 00:32:19,021 --> 00:32:21,939 l think he got away. 313 00:32:23,525 --> 00:32:24,609 Damn it. 314 00:32:25,944 --> 00:32:27,445 Have you locked down the area? 315 00:32:27,529 --> 00:32:29,155 Locked it down? No, no. 316 00:32:29,239 --> 00:32:32,491 This is. . . This is ltaly. They don't exactly lock down. 317 00:32:32,576 --> 00:32:33,868 How long have you worked for the Agency? 318 00:32:33,952 --> 00:32:35,202 Me? For four years. 319 00:32:35,287 --> 00:32:36,704 Well, if you ever wanna make it to five, 320 00:32:36,788 --> 00:32:38,456 you're gonna listen to me real close. 321 00:32:38,540 --> 00:32:40,374 Jason Bourne is armed and extremely dangerous. 322 00:32:40,459 --> 00:32:42,418 Last week in Berlin, he assassinated two men, 323 00:32:42,502 --> 00:32:44,128 one a highly experienced field officer. 324 00:32:44,212 --> 00:32:45,713 l want you to secure that area. 325 00:32:45,797 --> 00:32:48,132 l want any evidence secured, and I want it done right now. 326 00:32:48,216 --> 00:32:50,134 ls that clear? Yes, sir. . . Ma'am. 327 00:32:50,218 --> 00:32:52,136 l'm getting on a plane to Berlin in 45 minutes 328 00:32:52,220 --> 00:32:53,763 which means you're gonna call me back in 30. 329 00:32:53,847 --> 00:32:56,390 And when I ask you where we stand, l had better be impressed. 330 00:33:00,896 --> 00:33:02,730 Berlin? l already have a team in place there. 331 00:33:02,814 --> 00:33:04,940 l doubt that Bourne's in Naples ready to start a family. 332 00:33:05,025 --> 00:33:06,942 You have no idea what you're getting into. 333 00:33:07,027 --> 00:33:09,070 Do you have any idea? From the minute he left Treadstone, 334 00:33:09,154 --> 00:33:11,822 he's killed and eluded every single person that you've sent to find him. 335 00:33:11,907 --> 00:33:14,408 So you read a couple of files on Jason Bourne and that makes you an expert? 336 00:33:14,493 --> 00:33:15,826 This is my case, Ward. 337 00:33:15,911 --> 00:33:19,163 Enough. I want you both on that plane. 338 00:33:19,247 --> 00:33:20,665 We are, all of us, going to do 339 00:33:20,749 --> 00:33:23,668 what we were either too lazy or inept to do the last time around. 340 00:33:23,752 --> 00:33:26,629 We're gonna find this son of a bitch and take him down. 341 00:33:26,713 --> 00:33:30,591 l'm not having Jason Bourne destroy any more of this agency. 342 00:33:30,676 --> 00:33:32,385 ls that definitive enough for you? 343 00:33:32,469 --> 00:33:33,761 Yes. 344 00:33:38,600 --> 00:33:41,018 LANDY: Jason Bourne is armed and extremely dangerous. 345 00:33:41,103 --> 00:33:42,853 Last week in Berlin, he assassinated two men, 346 00:33:42,938 --> 00:33:44,730 one a highly experienced field officer. 347 00:33:44,815 --> 00:33:46,190 l want that area... 348 00:33:46,274 --> 00:33:47,817 ...he assassinated two men, 349 00:33:47,901 --> 00:33:49,318 one a highly experienced field officer. 350 00:33:49,403 --> 00:33:53,322 l want that area secured. l want any evidence secured, and I want it done right now. 351 00:33:53,407 --> 00:33:54,615 (CLlCKlNG) 352 00:34:13,093 --> 00:34:14,844 CONKLlN: This is not a drill, soldier. 353 00:34:18,598 --> 00:34:21,225 This is not a drill, soldier. 354 00:34:23,478 --> 00:34:24,979 Are we clear on that? 355 00:34:31,653 --> 00:34:33,362 (WOMAN WHlMPERlNG) 356 00:34:36,616 --> 00:34:37,825 (GASPlNG) 357 00:35:05,353 --> 00:35:06,520 (ENGlNE STARTlNG) 358 00:35:18,658 --> 00:35:20,451 (BELL TOLLlNG) 359 00:35:39,721 --> 00:35:42,681 CRONlN: You'd been working at Treadstone for three years 360 00:35:42,766 --> 00:35:45,017 and your cover at the time was what? 361 00:35:45,101 --> 00:35:47,019 That I was an American student in Paris. 362 00:35:47,103 --> 00:35:50,314 And what exactly did your job with Treadstone in Paris consist of? 363 00:35:50,398 --> 00:35:51,774 l had two responsibilities. 364 00:35:51,858 --> 00:35:53,901 One was to coordinate logistical operations. 365 00:35:53,985 --> 00:35:56,028 The other was to monitor the health of the agents. 366 00:35:56,112 --> 00:35:57,780 Health, meaning what? Their mental health. 367 00:35:57,864 --> 00:35:59,156 Because of what they had been through, 368 00:35:59,241 --> 00:36:00,825 they were prone to a variety of problems. 369 00:36:00,909 --> 00:36:02,493 What kind of problems? 370 00:36:03,245 --> 00:36:05,996 Depression, anger, compulsive behaviors. 371 00:36:06,081 --> 00:36:07,623 They had physical symptoms. 372 00:36:07,707 --> 00:36:09,834 Headaches, sensitivity to light. 373 00:36:09,918 --> 00:36:12,336 Amnesia? Before Bourne? No. 374 00:36:13,213 --> 00:36:14,547 (KNOCKlNG AT DOOR) 375 00:36:18,009 --> 00:36:19,134 The plane's ready. 376 00:36:19,219 --> 00:36:20,427 There's a car waiting for you. 377 00:36:20,512 --> 00:36:21,512 Good luck. 378 00:36:21,596 --> 00:36:22,888 No. You were his local contact. 379 00:36:22,973 --> 00:36:24,557 You were with him the night Conklin died. 380 00:36:24,641 --> 00:36:26,225 You're coming with us. 381 00:37:28,622 --> 00:37:29,914 (BEEPlNG) 382 00:37:29,998 --> 00:37:33,167 Langley pulled an image out of Naples. lt's uploading right now. 383 00:37:33,460 --> 00:37:34,919 lt's coming in now. 384 00:37:36,504 --> 00:37:37,671 WOMAN: I need clearance. 385 00:37:37,756 --> 00:37:39,006 He's not hiding, that's for sure. 386 00:37:39,090 --> 00:37:40,549 Why Naples? Why now? 387 00:37:40,634 --> 00:37:42,009 Could be random. WOMAN: Zoom in. 388 00:37:42,093 --> 00:37:43,802 Maybe he's running. On his own passport? 389 00:37:43,887 --> 00:37:45,262 LANDY: What is he actually doing? 390 00:37:45,347 --> 00:37:46,597 He's making his first mistake. 391 00:37:46,681 --> 00:37:48,432 lt's not a mistake. 392 00:37:49,851 --> 00:37:51,143 They don't make mistakes. 393 00:37:51,770 --> 00:37:53,270 They don't do random. 394 00:37:53,355 --> 00:37:55,272 There's always an objective. Always a target. 395 00:37:55,357 --> 00:37:57,149 The objectives and targets always came from us. 396 00:37:57,233 --> 00:37:58,651 Who's giving them to him now? 397 00:37:58,735 --> 00:38:00,194 Scary version? 398 00:38:01,696 --> 00:38:02,863 He is. 399 00:38:33,019 --> 00:38:34,061 (BEEPlNG) 400 00:39:01,881 --> 00:39:03,382 l emptied it. 401 00:39:04,718 --> 00:39:06,218 lt felt a little light. 402 00:39:06,302 --> 00:39:07,594 Put it down. 403 00:39:13,601 --> 00:39:14,810 Front. 404 00:39:15,937 --> 00:39:17,855 Sorry. Old habits. 405 00:39:20,191 --> 00:39:21,775 Use your teeth. 406 00:39:34,205 --> 00:39:37,207 Word in the Ether was you'd lost your memory. 407 00:39:37,292 --> 00:39:39,376 You still should've moved. 408 00:39:42,005 --> 00:39:43,380 What do you want? 409 00:39:43,465 --> 00:39:44,798 Conklin. 410 00:39:44,883 --> 00:39:47,718 He's dead. Shot dead in Paris. 411 00:39:47,802 --> 00:39:49,386 Dead the night you walked out. 412 00:39:49,471 --> 00:39:51,346 So who's running Treadstone now? 413 00:39:51,890 --> 00:39:54,349 Nobody. They shut it down. 414 00:39:54,934 --> 00:39:58,771 lt's over. We're the last two. 415 00:40:04,152 --> 00:40:05,903 lf it's over, then why are they still after me? 416 00:40:05,987 --> 00:40:07,029 l don't know. 417 00:40:07,113 --> 00:40:08,572 Ever heard the name Pamela Landy? 418 00:40:08,656 --> 00:40:09,740 l don't know who that is. 419 00:40:09,824 --> 00:40:12,159 Pamela Landy in Berlin. What's going on in Berlin? 420 00:40:12,243 --> 00:40:14,453 l don't know. 421 00:40:15,330 --> 00:40:16,955 Why would I lie? 422 00:40:41,231 --> 00:40:43,774 l thought you were here to kill me. 423 00:40:46,277 --> 00:40:47,945 What'd you do? 424 00:40:48,696 --> 00:40:50,405 l'm sorry. 425 00:40:50,657 --> 00:40:52,407 Did you call it in? 426 00:40:56,371 --> 00:40:58,247 Get up. Come on. 427 00:41:01,709 --> 00:41:03,043 You have a car out front? 428 00:41:03,128 --> 00:41:04,628 The keys are in my coat pocket. 429 00:41:04,712 --> 00:41:05,754 But we should. . . 430 00:41:05,880 --> 00:41:08,215 What? Go out the back. l have another car. 431 00:41:08,299 --> 00:41:09,299 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 432 00:41:09,384 --> 00:41:10,509 (GRUNTlNG) 433 00:42:48,816 --> 00:42:50,067 (CHOKlNG) 434 00:42:56,574 --> 00:42:57,741 (PANTlNG) 435 00:43:16,302 --> 00:43:17,511 (HlSSlNG) 436 00:43:53,715 --> 00:43:55,257 (CAR ALARMS BLARlNG) 437 00:43:57,927 --> 00:43:59,636 (POLlCE SlRENS WAlLlNG) 438 00:45:38,152 --> 00:45:39,194 (BEEPING) 439 00:45:39,278 --> 00:45:40,320 (WHlRRlNG) 440 00:45:40,405 --> 00:45:41,947 (WOMAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN) 441 00:45:42,865 --> 00:45:44,866 (SPEAKlNG lN GERMAN) 442 00:45:54,627 --> 00:45:56,044 (PHONE RINGING) 443 00:45:56,129 --> 00:45:57,754 (MAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN) 444 00:45:57,839 --> 00:45:59,089 (SPEAKlNG lN GERMAN) 445 00:46:04,887 --> 00:46:06,304 (BEEPlNG) 446 00:46:06,764 --> 00:46:07,931 (PHONE RINGING) 447 00:46:08,015 --> 00:46:10,100 (WOMAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN) 448 00:46:44,594 --> 00:46:46,011 (PHONE RINGING) 449 00:46:46,095 --> 00:46:47,888 (WOMAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN) 450 00:46:49,182 --> 00:46:50,640 Pamela Landy, please. 451 00:46:50,725 --> 00:46:52,142 One moment, pIease. 452 00:46:52,226 --> 00:46:53,560 Thank you. 453 00:46:53,895 --> 00:46:55,353 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 454 00:46:56,731 --> 00:46:59,107 l wanted to call a guest. Pamela Landy. 455 00:46:59,192 --> 00:47:00,567 Just one second, please. 456 00:47:02,361 --> 00:47:03,570 Hello? 457 00:47:06,657 --> 00:47:07,824 LANDY: Hello? 458 00:47:09,994 --> 00:47:11,870 l'm sorry, sir. The phone's busy right now. 459 00:47:11,954 --> 00:47:13,788 l'll just call later. Thank you. 460 00:48:01,337 --> 00:48:05,090 LANDY: Okay. Let's take a look at the timeline. What's Bourne's objective? 461 00:48:05,174 --> 00:48:07,300 Now, l wanna break this out in boxes. 462 00:48:07,385 --> 00:48:08,927 Naples outbound. Check everything. 463 00:48:09,011 --> 00:48:11,054 Flights, trains, police reports. 464 00:48:11,138 --> 00:48:12,389 That's box one. Teddy, that's yours. 465 00:48:12,473 --> 00:48:13,765 Got it. 466 00:48:16,561 --> 00:48:19,062 LANDY: Box number two. Call it "Prior Connections." 467 00:48:19,146 --> 00:48:22,691 l want to rerun all Bourne's Treadstone material. Every footstep. 468 00:48:24,485 --> 00:48:27,571 Kim, box three. l want to identify his method of travel. 469 00:48:27,655 --> 00:48:28,947 Stay on the local cops. 470 00:48:29,031 --> 00:48:30,907 We need a vehicle, a parking ticket, something. 471 00:48:30,992 --> 00:48:33,410 Langley's offered to upload any satellite imaging we need. 472 00:48:33,494 --> 00:48:35,537 So let's find a target for them. 473 00:48:37,039 --> 00:48:39,374 Danny, box four. l need fresh eyes. 474 00:48:39,458 --> 00:48:41,710 Review the buy where we lost the Neski files. 475 00:48:41,794 --> 00:48:44,212 Timeline it with what we know about Bourne's movements. 476 00:48:44,297 --> 00:48:47,090 Turn it upside down and see what we find. 477 00:48:48,009 --> 00:48:51,678 Come on, guys. We ran this guy's life with total control for all those years. 478 00:48:51,762 --> 00:48:53,471 We should be a step ahead of him. 479 00:48:53,556 --> 00:48:56,182 You wanna go home? Find Jason Bourne. 480 00:49:07,361 --> 00:49:08,653 (DlALlNG) 481 00:49:09,739 --> 00:49:11,031 (PHONE RINGING) 482 00:49:16,537 --> 00:49:17,787 Pamela Landy. 483 00:49:18,789 --> 00:49:20,582 This is Jason Bourne. 484 00:49:21,375 --> 00:49:22,459 Bourne? lt's Bourne. 485 00:49:22,543 --> 00:49:25,629 We need 90 seconds to triangulate his position. 486 00:49:26,047 --> 00:49:27,714 What do you want? 487 00:49:30,384 --> 00:49:32,552 Are you running Treadstone? 488 00:49:34,472 --> 00:49:36,598 Treadstone was closed down two years ago. 489 00:49:36,682 --> 00:49:38,224 You know that. 490 00:49:39,060 --> 00:49:41,645 Then who's planning the missions now? 491 00:49:41,729 --> 00:49:44,189 There are no missions. lt's over. 492 00:49:46,067 --> 00:49:47,984 Then what do you want with me? 493 00:49:48,069 --> 00:49:49,569 Berlin. 494 00:49:51,238 --> 00:49:54,115 Have you forgotten what happened in Berlin? 495 00:49:56,243 --> 00:50:00,080 (ECHOING) You kiIIed two people, Bourne. 496 00:50:04,835 --> 00:50:06,711 MAN: Vladimir Neski. 497 00:50:18,057 --> 00:50:19,265 Bourne? 498 00:50:22,103 --> 00:50:23,687 l wanna come in. 499 00:50:26,482 --> 00:50:28,775 Okay. How do you wanna do it? 500 00:50:28,859 --> 00:50:30,151 MAN: We need 35 seconds. 501 00:50:30,236 --> 00:50:31,778 l need someone l know to bring me in. 502 00:50:31,862 --> 00:50:33,488 Who? 503 00:50:34,281 --> 00:50:37,617 There was a girl in Paris. She was part of the program. 504 00:50:37,702 --> 00:50:39,703 She used to handIe Iogistics. 505 00:50:39,787 --> 00:50:43,039 Alexanderstrasse, 30 minutes, under the World Clock. 506 00:50:43,124 --> 00:50:45,625 Send her alone. Give her your phone. 507 00:50:46,419 --> 00:50:48,211 What if I can't find her? 508 00:50:48,295 --> 00:50:51,172 lt's easy. She's standing right next to you. 509 00:51:06,147 --> 00:51:08,106 There's just so many of them, sir. Here it is. 510 00:51:08,983 --> 00:51:10,817 MAN: lt's the second quadrant. Kurt, pull it up. 511 00:51:10,901 --> 00:51:11,943 MAN 1: Where is it? 512 00:51:12,027 --> 00:51:13,862 MAN: Get the second quadrant, please, and pull it all the way up. 513 00:51:13,946 --> 00:51:17,449 The clock is right here. Shit, he's put her right in the middle of everything. 514 00:51:17,533 --> 00:51:18,742 This is a security nightmare. 515 00:51:18,826 --> 00:51:20,785 There is no way we are going to get her covered. 516 00:51:20,870 --> 00:51:22,579 Call a mayday into Berlin station. 517 00:51:22,663 --> 00:51:24,873 We need snipers, DOD, whatever they've got. 518 00:51:24,957 --> 00:51:26,166 No snipers. No snipers. 519 00:51:26,250 --> 00:51:28,960 You put snipers on the roof and it'll scare him off, and I need answers. 520 00:51:29,044 --> 00:51:30,670 You can't really believe he wants to come in. 521 00:51:30,755 --> 00:51:32,338 He knows something about the Neski case. 522 00:51:32,423 --> 00:51:34,758 And l'm not gonna pass up this chance to find out what it is. 523 00:51:34,842 --> 00:51:36,551 Don't be a fool. Not when we're this close. 524 00:51:36,635 --> 00:51:38,928 Are we talking about protecting Nicky or killing Bourne? 525 00:51:39,013 --> 00:51:40,346 We're talking about killing Bourne. 526 00:51:40,431 --> 00:51:41,973 We're talking about the next dead body. 527 00:51:42,057 --> 00:51:43,516 lt might be Nicky. lt will be someone. 528 00:51:43,601 --> 00:51:46,853 You're not hearing me. Bourne dead gives me nothing. 529 00:51:50,191 --> 00:51:52,358 Can I talk to you privately? 530 00:51:59,074 --> 00:52:00,742 What? l know how you're feeling. 531 00:52:00,826 --> 00:52:03,661 You lost two men in Berlin, and you want it to mean something. 532 00:52:03,746 --> 00:52:05,955 But nothing Bourne gives you will bring your men back. 533 00:52:06,040 --> 00:52:08,458 Nothing in those files makes their sacrifice worthwhile. 534 00:52:08,542 --> 00:52:10,043 You have to let go. 535 00:52:10,127 --> 00:52:11,252 We're professionals. 536 00:52:11,337 --> 00:52:13,671 When an operation goes bad, we tie it off. 537 00:52:13,756 --> 00:52:15,924 lf there's something you're not telling me, l want it now 538 00:52:16,008 --> 00:52:17,133 before I send that girl out there. 539 00:52:17,218 --> 00:52:18,676 Do you understand? 540 00:52:21,514 --> 00:52:24,891 You talk about this stuff like you read it in a book. 541 00:52:38,739 --> 00:52:40,198 What do you want to do? 542 00:52:42,243 --> 00:52:43,827 Put the snipers in place. 543 00:52:44,620 --> 00:52:47,580 lf things go bad, we take him out. 544 00:52:48,666 --> 00:52:50,083 You got it. 545 00:53:19,446 --> 00:53:21,155 (WOMAN SPEAKING IN GERMAN) 546 00:53:22,074 --> 00:53:23,825 (CHANTlNG lN GERMAN) 547 00:53:29,164 --> 00:53:31,958 Hub, this is Survey One. We have a crowd moving in. 548 00:53:32,710 --> 00:53:34,502 lt's some sort of protest march. 549 00:53:34,587 --> 00:53:36,296 l'm sorry. This is as close as I can get. 550 00:53:36,380 --> 00:53:38,131 Survey Two, can you get in any closer, please? 551 00:53:38,215 --> 00:53:39,966 Kurt, make sure the south end is covered. 552 00:53:40,050 --> 00:53:41,134 KURT: Roger. 553 00:53:41,969 --> 00:53:43,011 Affirmative. 554 00:53:43,095 --> 00:53:44,095 Copy that. 555 00:53:49,643 --> 00:53:51,144 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 556 00:53:57,693 --> 00:53:58,902 Hello. 557 00:53:58,986 --> 00:54:02,071 BOURNE: There's a tram coming towards you. Get on it. 558 00:54:02,156 --> 00:54:03,573 MAN: She's moving to the tram. 559 00:54:03,657 --> 00:54:05,283 Where's it going? Where's it going? 560 00:54:05,367 --> 00:54:07,368 MAN: The tram is going to Alexanderplatz Station. 561 00:54:07,453 --> 00:54:08,578 CRONlN: Alexanderplatz. 562 00:54:13,667 --> 00:54:16,669 Survey Five, l can't see him. l don't see him. 563 00:54:20,883 --> 00:54:23,301 Hub, this is Survey Two, she's getting on the tram. 564 00:54:23,385 --> 00:54:24,385 She's getting on the tram. 565 00:54:24,470 --> 00:54:25,553 Zoom in on the tram. 566 00:54:25,638 --> 00:54:27,096 Bourne's on the tram. 567 00:54:27,181 --> 00:54:28,723 l don't think he's on the tram. 568 00:54:28,807 --> 00:54:30,600 He's on the tram. 569 00:54:32,978 --> 00:54:36,147 Send them in to follow. Tell them to keep their distance. 570 00:54:36,231 --> 00:54:38,274 MAN: Okay, Delta, let's go. Get on it. 571 00:54:38,359 --> 00:54:40,026 Come on. Let's go. 572 00:54:41,987 --> 00:54:43,529 LANDY: Tell them to hurry. 573 00:54:43,656 --> 00:54:45,198 ABBOTT: There's nothing on the south side. 574 00:55:00,422 --> 00:55:02,966 Alexanderplatz Station, 25 seconds. 575 00:55:18,148 --> 00:55:20,733 This is Survey Three. There's a lot of protesters here. 576 00:55:20,818 --> 00:55:23,444 There's no way we can cover her out there. 577 00:55:24,154 --> 00:55:25,488 Get her out of there. 578 00:55:25,572 --> 00:55:27,031 Go! Delta, move! Now! 579 00:55:27,032 --> 00:55:27,073 Go! Delta, move! Now! 580 00:55:45,884 --> 00:55:47,468 She's not here. She's gone. 581 00:55:47,553 --> 00:55:48,678 God damn it! 582 00:55:48,762 --> 00:55:49,804 They are not on the tram. 583 00:55:49,888 --> 00:55:50,888 He's one guy! 584 00:55:50,931 --> 00:55:54,183 NlCKY: Jason, please don't hurt me. BOURNE: What were my words? 585 00:55:54,268 --> 00:55:55,351 What did I say? 586 00:55:55,436 --> 00:55:57,437 l said leave me alone, leave me out of it. 587 00:55:57,521 --> 00:56:00,356 l did. I swear. Jason, I told them that I believed you. 588 00:56:00,441 --> 00:56:02,316 l'm gonna ask you some simple questions. 589 00:56:02,401 --> 00:56:03,776 You're gonna answer me honestly, 590 00:56:03,861 --> 00:56:05,945 or I swear to God l'm gonna kill you. 591 00:56:06,947 --> 00:56:08,698 Delta, give me something. l need something. 592 00:56:08,782 --> 00:56:10,324 MAN: They're on it! They're on it! 593 00:56:10,409 --> 00:56:12,201 Who's Pamela Landy? 594 00:56:12,286 --> 00:56:13,911 She's a task force chief. 595 00:56:13,996 --> 00:56:15,288 ls she running Treadstone? 596 00:56:15,372 --> 00:56:17,206 No, she's the deputy director. 597 00:56:17,291 --> 00:56:18,875 Why is she trying to kill me? 598 00:56:18,959 --> 00:56:20,626 Last week an Agency field officer 599 00:56:20,711 --> 00:56:22,420 tried to make a buy off of one of her ops. 600 00:56:22,504 --> 00:56:24,380 He was trying to sell out a mole or something. 601 00:56:24,465 --> 00:56:26,466 And? And you got to him before we did. 602 00:56:26,550 --> 00:56:28,259 l killed him? You left a print. 603 00:56:28,343 --> 00:56:30,595 And they were partial prints that trace back to Treadstone. 604 00:56:30,679 --> 00:56:31,888 They know it was you. 605 00:56:31,972 --> 00:56:33,890 That is insane. Why are you doing this? 606 00:56:33,974 --> 00:56:35,600 Why come back now? Landy will find. . . 607 00:56:35,684 --> 00:56:36,934 Just stop. 608 00:56:37,478 --> 00:56:42,231 Last week I was 4,000 miles away in lndia, watching Marie die. 609 00:56:42,316 --> 00:56:45,318 They came for me, and they killed her instead. 610 00:56:46,153 --> 00:56:47,570 This ends now. 611 00:56:54,203 --> 00:56:55,495 Find her. 612 00:56:56,622 --> 00:56:58,039 What do you people want with me? 613 00:56:58,123 --> 00:56:59,290 Why are you trying to frame me? 614 00:56:59,374 --> 00:57:01,709 Please! l'm only here because of Paris. Abbott dragged us. . . 615 00:57:01,794 --> 00:57:03,044 Abbott? Who's Abbott? 616 00:57:03,128 --> 00:57:04,754 Conklin's boss. He shut down Treadstone. 617 00:57:04,838 --> 00:57:06,589 ls he here in Berlin? Yes. 618 00:57:06,673 --> 00:57:08,591 Did he run Treadstone? 619 00:57:08,801 --> 00:57:10,551 Did he run Treadstone? 620 00:57:10,636 --> 00:57:12,095 Yes. Conklin reported to him. 621 00:57:12,179 --> 00:57:14,013 Please. Please, I swear. 622 00:57:14,098 --> 00:57:16,641 All right, what was Landy buying? What kind of files? 623 00:57:16,725 --> 00:57:18,351 Conklin. Stuff on Conklin. 624 00:57:18,435 --> 00:57:21,104 lt was something to do with a Russian politician. 625 00:57:28,028 --> 00:57:29,362 Neski. 626 00:57:29,446 --> 00:57:31,364 What? What are you talking about? 627 00:57:32,950 --> 00:57:34,992 CONKLlN: Training is over. Training is over. 628 00:57:35,077 --> 00:57:36,619 Training is over. 629 00:57:36,703 --> 00:57:38,037 When was I here in Berlin? 630 00:57:38,122 --> 00:57:39,205 What are you talking about? 631 00:57:39,289 --> 00:57:41,541 For Treadstone. You know my file. l did a job here. 632 00:57:41,667 --> 00:57:43,668 When? No, you never worked in Berlin before. 633 00:57:43,752 --> 00:57:45,044 My first job. ln Berlin. 634 00:57:45,129 --> 00:57:46,504 l did a job here. You know my file. 635 00:57:46,588 --> 00:57:47,797 No. You've never worked Berlin before. 636 00:57:47,881 --> 00:57:48,923 My first job! 637 00:57:49,007 --> 00:57:50,550 No, your first assignment was Geneva. 638 00:57:50,634 --> 00:57:52,426 You fucking people! 639 00:57:52,511 --> 00:57:53,845 l swear! I swear! 640 00:57:53,929 --> 00:57:55,555 l know I was here, Nicky! 641 00:57:55,639 --> 00:57:57,640 lt's not in your file! lt's not in your file! 642 00:57:57,724 --> 00:57:59,016 l know I was here! 643 00:57:59,101 --> 00:58:01,602 No, I swear. Oh, please! 644 00:58:01,979 --> 00:58:03,229 (WOMAN WHIMPERING) 645 00:58:05,482 --> 00:58:06,482 (GUN FIRING) 646 00:58:07,901 --> 00:58:09,068 (SOBBlNG) 647 00:58:19,580 --> 00:58:22,582 Pam, I want to show you something. lt's in Alexanderplatz. 648 00:58:22,666 --> 00:58:24,542 We got three levels, we got 15 tunnels. 649 00:58:24,626 --> 00:58:26,502 They're all converging in a five-block radius. 650 00:58:26,587 --> 00:58:27,670 Over here, Luftschutzbunker. 651 00:58:27,754 --> 00:58:28,838 That was an old war shelter. 652 00:58:28,922 --> 00:58:29,964 How many men are out there? 653 00:58:30,048 --> 00:58:31,507 Two coming down the back stairs. 654 00:58:31,592 --> 00:58:33,009 The rest are fanned out for a search. 655 00:58:33,093 --> 00:58:34,218 What's our security situation here? 656 00:58:34,303 --> 00:58:35,386 Where, "here"? The ground? 657 00:58:35,470 --> 00:58:36,512 Here, here. ln the building. 658 00:58:36,597 --> 00:58:39,515 Check everything, and recheck all the stairwells, all the hallways, everything. 659 00:58:39,600 --> 00:58:40,933 lt's done. 660 00:58:42,186 --> 00:58:43,311 Okay, let's go public. 661 00:58:43,395 --> 00:58:45,938 Release his photo to the Berlin police. 662 00:58:46,023 --> 00:58:48,357 And check out his story about the girlfriend in lndia, too. 663 00:58:48,442 --> 00:58:49,775 l'm on it. 664 00:58:50,235 --> 00:58:52,069 You're in a big puddle of shit, Pamela, 665 00:58:52,154 --> 00:58:54,113 and you don't have the shoes for it. 666 00:58:54,323 --> 00:58:55,907 He said he didn't know anything about Berlin. 667 00:58:55,991 --> 00:58:57,700 He knew that Nicky was wearing a wire. 668 00:58:57,784 --> 00:58:59,452 Don't you think that was for our benefit? 669 00:58:59,536 --> 00:59:01,621 He didn't sound like a man in control to me. 670 00:59:01,705 --> 00:59:03,539 We know he was in Berlin. 671 00:59:03,624 --> 00:59:05,750 His mind is broken. We broke it. 672 00:59:05,834 --> 00:59:07,210 And now. . . What now? Terminate him? 673 00:59:07,294 --> 00:59:09,212 You've been pushing that agenda ever since we got here. 674 00:59:09,296 --> 00:59:11,589 He also said you were running Treadstone. Should we believe that, too? 675 00:59:11,673 --> 00:59:13,132 l'm convinced that Bourne knows something. 676 00:59:13,217 --> 00:59:15,092 He knows that you're after him 677 00:59:15,177 --> 00:59:19,263 and in the interest of self-preservation you might start with that. 678 00:59:20,474 --> 00:59:22,266 Check on those photos. Have they gone out? 679 00:59:35,322 --> 00:59:37,531 DANNY: I need to show you something. 680 01:01:08,498 --> 01:01:09,582 (BEEPlNG) 681 01:01:23,638 --> 01:01:25,848 All right, l finished my box work 682 01:01:25,932 --> 01:01:28,184 but I wanted to show you before I showed Landy. 683 01:01:28,268 --> 01:01:31,520 l came down here last night because none of this is making any sense. 684 01:01:31,605 --> 01:01:34,357 l mean, l'm with you. Conklin was a nut. But a traitor? 685 01:01:34,441 --> 01:01:35,858 l just can't get there. 686 01:01:35,942 --> 01:01:37,360 What do you have, Danny? 687 01:01:37,444 --> 01:01:41,030 All right, you put a four-gram Kel on here, it's gonna take out power to the building. 688 01:01:41,114 --> 01:01:42,281 You know that. 689 01:01:42,366 --> 01:01:45,117 There were two charges that were supposed to go off simultaneously. 690 01:01:45,202 --> 01:01:46,285 The second one, 691 01:01:46,370 --> 01:01:48,662 the one over here, didn't go off. 692 01:01:48,747 --> 01:01:50,539 Now, first of all, this is nothing. 693 01:01:50,624 --> 01:01:52,375 lt's a sub-line for the breaker above. 694 01:01:52,459 --> 01:01:55,169 And second, why put the charge all the way down here? 695 01:01:55,253 --> 01:01:57,588 lf you're good enough to get in here and handle the gear, 696 01:01:57,672 --> 01:01:59,757 you're good enough to know you don't need this. 697 01:01:59,841 --> 01:02:01,550 Bourne would know. 698 01:02:01,635 --> 01:02:02,968 lt was staged? 699 01:02:03,136 --> 01:02:04,512 ls it a slam-dunk? No. 700 01:02:04,596 --> 01:02:07,056 But what if somebody were trying to cover their tracks 701 01:02:07,140 --> 01:02:09,308 by blaming Conklin and Bourne? 702 01:02:09,434 --> 01:02:12,728 What if Bourne didn't have anything to do with this? 703 01:02:14,773 --> 01:02:15,856 Show me again. 704 01:02:15,941 --> 01:02:16,982 All right. 705 01:02:17,067 --> 01:02:18,234 Well, you put. . . 706 01:02:18,318 --> 01:02:19,318 (GRUNTlNG) 707 01:02:44,052 --> 01:02:46,011 CONKLlN: Pull over. He's getting out. 708 01:02:49,057 --> 01:02:50,683 This is not a drill, soldier. 709 01:02:51,226 --> 01:02:52,518 We clear on that? 710 01:02:53,687 --> 01:02:56,689 This is a live project, and you're a go. 711 01:02:59,317 --> 01:03:01,193 l'll see you on the other side. 712 01:03:21,381 --> 01:03:23,382 Good evening, sir. How can I help you? 713 01:03:23,467 --> 01:03:25,176 Yeah, hi. l want to get a room for the night. 714 01:03:25,260 --> 01:03:27,219 Do you have a reservation? No. 715 01:03:32,684 --> 01:03:37,146 Actually, is Room 645 available? l've stayed there before. 716 01:03:41,234 --> 01:03:43,527 l'm sorry, sir. That room is occupied. 717 01:03:43,612 --> 01:03:46,739 How about Room 644? lt's right across the hall. 718 01:03:47,407 --> 01:03:48,532 Sir? 719 01:03:49,701 --> 01:03:51,368 644? 720 01:03:51,495 --> 01:03:53,162 That's fine. Thank you. 721 01:03:53,246 --> 01:03:55,456 l just need your passport and signature. 722 01:03:55,540 --> 01:03:57,082 Right here, please. 723 01:03:59,753 --> 01:04:01,462 Have a nice night. 724 01:04:29,449 --> 01:04:30,741 (SPEAKlNG lN GERMAN) 725 01:04:40,627 --> 01:04:41,794 (DOORBELL BUZZlNG) 726 01:05:20,917 --> 01:05:21,959 Where? 727 01:05:22,043 --> 01:05:23,168 Brecker Hotel. 728 01:05:23,670 --> 01:05:25,254 Okay, we're there. Take the van ! 729 01:05:25,338 --> 01:05:27,298 Brecker? How far? About five, six minutes. 730 01:05:40,854 --> 01:05:42,354 (ALL SPEAKlNG lN GERMAN) 731 01:05:51,281 --> 01:05:53,032 (WOMAN SPEAKING IN RUSSIAN) 732 01:05:58,538 --> 01:05:59,830 (MAN SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 733 01:06:05,629 --> 01:06:06,920 (WOMAN LAUGHlNG) 734 01:06:30,403 --> 01:06:31,570 (GASPlNG) 735 01:06:31,655 --> 01:06:33,030 (MUFFLED GUNSHOTS) 736 01:06:33,114 --> 01:06:34,281 (WOMAN WHlMPERlNG) 737 01:06:48,088 --> 01:06:50,089 CONKLIN: CongratuIations, soldier. 738 01:06:50,423 --> 01:06:52,049 Training is over. 739 01:07:03,436 --> 01:07:05,354 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 740 01:07:33,758 --> 01:07:35,008 (SHOUTlNG) 741 01:07:35,093 --> 01:07:36,760 (SHOUTlNG lN GERMAN) 742 01:07:37,303 --> 01:07:38,387 (ALL SHOUTlNG) 743 01:07:51,985 --> 01:07:53,068 Go! 744 01:08:04,914 --> 01:08:06,165 (SHOUTlNG) 745 01:08:16,050 --> 01:08:17,676 (POLlCE SlRENS WAlLlNG) 746 01:08:19,971 --> 01:08:24,558 Black coat, possibly leather, dark T-shirt, dark pants. 747 01:08:24,642 --> 01:08:28,145 The cops out there wanna corral all the guests together out on the sidewalk 748 01:08:28,229 --> 01:08:29,396 and check them out one by one. 749 01:08:29,481 --> 01:08:30,939 LANDY: That will really work. 750 01:08:31,024 --> 01:08:32,441 What the hell's he doing here? 751 01:08:32,525 --> 01:08:34,318 Maybe he just wanted to stay the night. 752 01:09:00,470 --> 01:09:02,095 (POLlCE SlRENS WAlLlNG) 753 01:09:02,555 --> 01:09:03,889 (SHOUTlNG lN GERMAN) 754 01:10:10,999 --> 01:10:12,457 (TRAlN WHlSTLE BLOWlNG) 755 01:10:14,168 --> 01:10:15,794 (POLlCE SHOUTlNG lN GERMAN) 756 01:10:34,647 --> 01:10:36,481 (GRUNTlNG) 757 01:11:01,758 --> 01:11:02,966 (SlREN WAlLlNG) 758 01:11:44,926 --> 01:11:46,051 (DOOR HlSSlNG) 759 01:12:14,580 --> 01:12:16,164 They missed him? Yeah, so far. 760 01:12:16,249 --> 01:12:17,958 But they found Nicky. She's back at the Westin. 761 01:12:18,042 --> 01:12:19,042 Bourne let her go. 762 01:12:19,127 --> 01:12:20,961 He let her go? Yeah. 763 01:12:22,130 --> 01:12:23,630 Where's Danny Zorn? 764 01:12:23,715 --> 01:12:26,008 He ought to head over there and debrief her. 765 01:12:26,843 --> 01:12:28,427 Why did Bourne come here? 766 01:12:28,511 --> 01:12:30,095 We don't know yet. 767 01:12:30,221 --> 01:12:31,763 Landy's upstairs in one of the rooms. 768 01:12:31,848 --> 01:12:33,932 She said she'd call you when she's done. 769 01:12:36,561 --> 01:12:37,686 Okay. 770 01:12:39,939 --> 01:12:44,276 l think l'll take a cab back to the hotel. 771 01:12:50,450 --> 01:12:52,993 So the room he checked into was across the hall. 772 01:12:54,537 --> 01:12:56,621 Why would he come in here? 773 01:13:05,006 --> 01:13:06,048 What are you thinking? 774 01:13:06,132 --> 01:13:07,966 l recognize this room from a photo. 775 01:13:09,635 --> 01:13:11,303 There was a chalk outline right here 776 01:13:11,387 --> 01:13:13,305 around the body of Vladimir Neski. 777 01:13:14,640 --> 01:13:17,059 This is where his wife killed him? 778 01:13:18,102 --> 01:13:20,812 Do you still think his wife killed him? 779 01:13:29,322 --> 01:13:31,948 Guess he got out through this window. 780 01:13:32,658 --> 01:13:35,494 We just got word from the Berlin police. 781 01:13:35,661 --> 01:13:37,913 They found Danny Zorn's body. 782 01:13:42,460 --> 01:13:44,294 l want you two to stay on Bourne. 783 01:13:44,378 --> 01:13:46,379 Check everything that's out there. 784 01:13:46,923 --> 01:13:49,382 Call Abbott. Tell him to wait for me in his hotel. 785 01:13:49,467 --> 01:13:50,884 l'm coming to see him. 786 01:14:12,782 --> 01:14:14,116 (CELL PHONE RlNGlNG) 787 01:14:20,206 --> 01:14:21,957 Da. lt's me. 788 01:14:23,334 --> 01:14:24,668 They're onto Neski. 789 01:14:26,254 --> 01:14:27,587 This is not a clean phone. 790 01:14:27,672 --> 01:14:29,297 They can't prove anything without Bourne. 791 01:14:29,757 --> 01:14:32,467 Kill Bourne, and you kill this investigation. 792 01:14:32,552 --> 01:14:36,471 l'm afraid, Ward, the time has come for us to part company. 793 01:14:36,556 --> 01:14:41,143 Listen, Yuri, you bought those oil leases with $20 million in stolen ClA seed money. 794 01:14:41,227 --> 01:14:42,310 You owe me. 795 01:14:42,395 --> 01:14:43,395 l gave you your cut. 796 01:14:43,688 --> 01:14:45,313 We both got rich. 797 01:14:45,857 --> 01:14:47,691 l don't owe you anything. 798 01:14:47,775 --> 01:14:51,820 The plan can still be salvaged. Just get Bourne. Do you hear me? 799 01:14:51,904 --> 01:14:53,530 He's still out there. Now get him. 800 01:14:53,614 --> 01:14:55,115 Get Jason... 801 01:14:55,241 --> 01:14:56,867 (DlAL TONE DRONlNG) 802 01:15:16,095 --> 01:15:19,973 l don't suppose it'll do me much good to cry for help, huh? 803 01:15:20,433 --> 01:15:21,766 Not much. 804 01:15:24,312 --> 01:15:25,896 You killed her. 805 01:15:26,606 --> 01:15:28,273 lt was a mistake. 806 01:15:28,441 --> 01:15:30,525 lt was supposed to be you. 807 01:15:31,277 --> 01:15:34,404 There were files linking me to the Neski murder. 808 01:15:35,281 --> 01:15:38,450 lf the files disappeared and they suspected you, 809 01:15:38,701 --> 01:15:41,203 they'd be chasing a ghost for 10 years. 810 01:15:41,287 --> 01:15:43,121 So we got in the way. 811 01:15:43,247 --> 01:15:44,915 ls that why Neski died? 812 01:15:45,291 --> 01:15:46,708 ls that why you killed Marie? 813 01:15:46,792 --> 01:15:48,543 You killed Marie, 814 01:15:49,128 --> 01:15:51,213 the minute you climbed into her car. 815 01:15:51,297 --> 01:15:54,049 The minute you entered her life, she was dead. 816 01:15:54,592 --> 01:15:57,385 l told you people to leave us alone. l fell off the grid. 817 01:15:57,470 --> 01:15:58,887 l was halfway around the world. 818 01:15:58,971 --> 01:16:01,848 There's no place it won't catch up to you. 819 01:16:02,308 --> 01:16:04,309 lt's how every story ends. 820 01:16:04,810 --> 01:16:07,687 lt's what you are, Jason, a killer. 821 01:16:08,773 --> 01:16:10,523 You always will be. 822 01:16:12,485 --> 01:16:15,111 Go ahead. Go on. Go on ! Do it! Do it! 823 01:16:18,157 --> 01:16:19,908 She wouldn't want me to. 824 01:16:19,992 --> 01:16:22,494 That's the only reason you're alive. 825 01:17:05,538 --> 01:17:06,788 (PHONES RlNGlNG) 826 01:17:15,006 --> 01:17:16,339 (SlGHlNG) 827 01:17:18,718 --> 01:17:20,051 (KNOCKlNG AT DOOR) 828 01:17:38,321 --> 01:17:41,740 l'm a patriot. l serve my country. 829 01:17:42,658 --> 01:17:44,117 And Danny Zorn? What was he? 830 01:17:44,201 --> 01:17:45,452 Unlucky. 831 01:17:47,079 --> 01:17:48,747 Collateral damage. 832 01:17:51,917 --> 01:17:53,835 So what do we do now? 833 01:17:54,879 --> 01:17:56,421 l'm not sorry. 834 01:18:01,469 --> 01:18:02,469 (GASPlNG) 835 01:18:54,730 --> 01:18:56,064 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 836 01:18:56,440 --> 01:18:57,982 No, no, no, forget it. 837 01:18:58,067 --> 01:18:59,567 Call me as soon as he's here. 838 01:18:59,652 --> 01:19:00,860 No, that's nothing. 839 01:19:00,945 --> 01:19:02,070 We could synch-up. 840 01:19:02,154 --> 01:19:03,405 Who's this guy? 841 01:19:03,489 --> 01:19:04,864 WOMAN: Platform P. 842 01:19:05,825 --> 01:19:08,660 ABBOTT: Go ahead. Go on. Go on! Do it! Do it! 843 01:19:09,829 --> 01:19:11,413 BOURNE: She wouldn't want me to. 844 01:19:11,497 --> 01:19:13,331 That's the only reason you're alive. 845 01:19:26,137 --> 01:19:27,971 Got a call from Langley. 846 01:19:28,055 --> 01:19:30,473 They're going through Abbott's records 847 01:19:30,558 --> 01:19:34,018 and Marshall wants to know what's going on with Bourne. 848 01:19:36,355 --> 01:19:38,982 Wait, Teddy. Teddy, who's this? Look at this guy. 849 01:19:39,066 --> 01:19:40,775 He's about to enter. Right there! There! 850 01:19:40,860 --> 01:19:42,026 Right through there. 851 01:19:42,111 --> 01:19:43,278 That's Bourne. 852 01:19:43,362 --> 01:19:45,155 Get down here! We got something ! We got him ! 853 01:19:45,239 --> 01:19:46,781 We got a sighting ! Check it out! 854 01:19:46,866 --> 01:19:49,409 There. I got it on the big monitor. Hold on. 855 01:19:49,493 --> 01:19:51,286 There he comes again. 856 01:19:51,829 --> 01:19:53,705 WOMAN: Whoa, whoa. Hold on. He's just entered frame. 857 01:19:53,789 --> 01:19:55,165 lt's the coat. That's him ! 858 01:19:55,249 --> 01:19:57,000 What train is that? 859 01:19:58,419 --> 01:19:59,919 That's the train to Moscow. 860 01:20:00,004 --> 01:20:01,421 Why the hell would he go to Moscow? 861 01:20:04,550 --> 01:20:07,135 Get me the Russian lnterior Ministry. 862 01:20:08,012 --> 01:20:09,929 (LOUD TECHNO MUSIC PLAYING) 863 01:20:53,432 --> 01:20:55,183 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 864 01:20:56,852 --> 01:20:58,269 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 865 01:22:16,849 --> 01:22:18,725 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 866 01:22:20,352 --> 01:22:21,728 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 867 01:22:44,001 --> 01:22:45,710 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 868 01:22:51,550 --> 01:22:53,885 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 869 01:23:22,164 --> 01:23:23,665 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 870 01:23:31,340 --> 01:23:32,674 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 871 01:23:52,653 --> 01:23:54,654 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 872 01:24:05,082 --> 01:24:06,290 (DOORBELL BUZZlNG) 873 01:24:28,731 --> 01:24:30,189 (PHONE RlNGlNG) 874 01:24:35,320 --> 01:24:37,447 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 875 01:24:37,906 --> 01:24:39,240 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 876 01:24:42,578 --> 01:24:44,245 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 877 01:24:52,796 --> 01:24:53,045 (TlRES SQUEALlNG) 878 01:24:53,046 --> 01:24:54,005 (TlRES SQUEALlNG) 879 01:25:07,478 --> 01:25:08,853 (POLlCE SlRENS WAlLlNG) 880 01:25:42,596 --> 01:25:43,596 (GUN FlRlNG) 881 01:25:43,680 --> 01:25:44,680 (GRUNTlNG) 882 01:25:45,808 --> 01:25:46,974 (TlRES SCREECHlNG) 883 01:25:47,059 --> 01:25:48,267 (SlRENS WAlLlNG) 884 01:25:49,812 --> 01:25:51,395 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 885 01:25:59,696 --> 01:26:00,696 (GRUNTlNG) 886 01:26:07,246 --> 01:26:08,246 (SHOUTlNG) 887 01:27:17,566 --> 01:27:19,400 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 888 01:27:22,696 --> 01:27:23,779 (YELLlNG) 889 01:27:23,864 --> 01:27:25,531 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 890 01:27:40,422 --> 01:27:41,839 (WOMAN SCREAMlNG) 891 01:27:50,057 --> 01:27:51,891 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 892 01:28:23,674 --> 01:28:24,882 (SHOUTlNG lN RUSSlAN) 893 01:28:47,447 --> 01:28:48,906 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 894 01:29:20,856 --> 01:29:22,231 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 895 01:31:00,539 --> 01:31:01,914 (HORN BLARlNG) 896 01:34:23,867 --> 01:34:26,118 (POLlCE SlREN WAlLlNG) 897 01:35:51,162 --> 01:35:52,830 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 898 01:36:00,505 --> 01:36:02,339 (SPEAKlNG lN RUSSlAN) 899 01:36:31,995 --> 01:36:33,579 l speak English. 900 01:36:34,038 --> 01:36:35,956 l'm not gonna hurt you. 901 01:36:38,585 --> 01:36:40,252 l won't hurt you. 902 01:36:48,219 --> 01:36:49,720 You're older. 903 01:36:54,392 --> 01:36:56,602 Older than l thought you'd be. 904 01:37:00,857 --> 01:37:02,357 That picture. 905 01:37:04,861 --> 01:37:06,987 Does that mean a lot to you? 906 01:37:09,741 --> 01:37:12,242 lt's nothing. lt's just a picture. 907 01:37:12,535 --> 01:37:13,577 No. 908 01:37:15,330 --> 01:37:18,123 lt's because you don't know how they died. 909 01:37:19,083 --> 01:37:20,209 l do. 910 01:37:22,086 --> 01:37:23,587 No, you don't. 911 01:37:29,719 --> 01:37:31,553 l would want to know. 912 01:37:36,559 --> 01:37:38,560 l would want to know that my. . . 913 01:37:38,686 --> 01:37:40,729 That my mother didn't kill my father, 914 01:37:42,398 --> 01:37:44,525 that she didn't kill herself. 915 01:37:44,609 --> 01:37:45,734 What? 916 01:37:48,613 --> 01:37:51,865 lt's not what happened to your parents. 917 01:37:59,123 --> 01:38:00,624 l killed them. 918 01:38:04,420 --> 01:38:05,921 l killed them. 919 01:38:09,259 --> 01:38:10,801 lt was my job. 920 01:38:13,805 --> 01:38:15,597 lt was my first time. 921 01:38:19,978 --> 01:38:22,854 Your father was supposed to be alone. 922 01:38:28,570 --> 01:38:30,487 But then your mother 923 01:38:32,156 --> 01:38:33,991 came out of nowhere 924 01:38:38,288 --> 01:38:40,455 and I had to change my plan. 925 01:38:46,379 --> 01:38:48,171 lt changes things, 926 01:38:49,132 --> 01:38:50,674 that knowledge. 927 01:38:51,217 --> 01:38:52,634 Doesn't it? 928 01:38:58,600 --> 01:39:01,476 When what you love gets taken from you, 929 01:39:05,732 --> 01:39:07,733 you wanna know the truth. 930 01:39:27,086 --> 01:39:28,462 l'm sorry. 931 01:40:22,392 --> 01:40:23,809 (CELL PHONE RlNGlNG) 932 01:40:27,271 --> 01:40:29,022 Pamela Landy. 933 01:40:29,107 --> 01:40:30,899 BOURNE: I hear you're still looking for me. 934 01:40:35,113 --> 01:40:36,238 Bourne? 935 01:40:36,322 --> 01:40:37,447 What do you want? 936 01:40:41,077 --> 01:40:43,078 l wanted to thank you 937 01:40:43,871 --> 01:40:45,372 for the tape. 938 01:40:45,998 --> 01:40:49,292 We got what we needed. lt's all tied off. 939 01:40:49,377 --> 01:40:50,627 lt's over. 940 01:40:51,879 --> 01:40:54,131 l guess I owe you an apology. 941 01:40:54,966 --> 01:40:56,633 ls that official? 942 01:40:57,385 --> 01:41:00,637 No. Off the record. You know how it is. 943 01:41:01,806 --> 01:41:02,848 Goodbye. 944 01:41:02,932 --> 01:41:04,307 Wait. Wait. 945 01:41:09,897 --> 01:41:11,314 David Webb. 946 01:41:12,150 --> 01:41:13,984 That's your real name. 947 01:41:14,068 --> 01:41:17,946 You were born 4-15-'71 in Nixa, Missouri. 948 01:41:20,116 --> 01:41:23,118 Why don't you come in, and we'll talk about it? 949 01:41:26,497 --> 01:41:27,706 Bourne? 950 01:41:31,335 --> 01:41:33,135 Get some rest, Pam. You look tired. 63973

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