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The main aim of the essay is to investigate a extract from my selected film ‘Bourne Identification (2002)’, discussing the various techniques found in the extracted clip like the on screen graphics. The primary focus in the period of the essay is to go over the way ‘the audio establishes moods and may even lead the complete atmosphere of a film, driving its narrative ’, (human voice, sound music and effects. In my own conclusion I plan to give a synopsis on Bourne Identity as yet another appendix because of this essay. I shall firstly start to discuss my chosen clip for the duration of this essay, In the opening picture that opens with fisher males playing cards up to speed of their boat happily, as they await the current storm to stay down, which has interrupted there likelihood of catching any fish. Among the seven fishermen rise on deck, he discovers an unexpected type of seafood, being in the form of a guy whose wounded body is normally uncovered by the fisherman, Jason Bourne who's then reeled in just like a fish, who is then nursed back to full health after getting multiple shot wounds to his upper and lower back. Through the opening sequence the audience are introduced to the crashing sound of waves and striking thunder, that could to an introduction to a robust, super natural, individual, out of the world which has just crashed right down to earth, similar the opening scene in ‘The Terminator (1984)’. Thunder represents strong levels of energy and dynamics in the atmosphere. Though this clip is vital a visual experience for the audience, the audience still cannot disregard the powerful background noise, from the thunder and lighting. This ease in crossing narration borders puts music able to free the image from strict r...