Doug Liman is a Hollywood director, producer, film school drop out, and a farmer. When he’s not flying around the world filming high-action and drama films with the likes of Tom Cruise, Matt Daemon, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, he’s playing farmer with full out tractors and pigs on his island home off New England. He began his career in the industry by dropping out of film school and soon after he went on to make the cult favourite Swingers, igniting the careers of Vince Vaughn, Ron Livingston and Patrick Van Horn. His next film Go, struck cult indie film status yet again, earning Doug acclaim for his witty, fast-paced dialogue and unique scene jumping chronology. It was with his next film The Bourne Identity that he claimed his footing as a studio director after which he directed big budget Hollywood films such as Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Jumper, and Edge of Tomorrow.