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Based on "The Double" by novelist Jose Saramago, "Enemy" stars Jake Gyllenhaal in what the old studio publicity departments used to call "a demanding dual role."
Enemy, the latest cerebral thriller directed by Prisoners helmer Denis Villeneuve, can suitably be described as an absolute mind-bender. That is to say the film’s screenplay rides the thin line between total understanding and complete bafflement.
A practical joke posing as a brain teaser, "Enemy" seems like director Denis Villeneuve's "Up yours!" to people who complained about the explanation behind "Prisoners," his other collaboration with Jake Gyllenhaal.
Adam has a dim and dour apartment where he grades papers and has dour sex with Mary (Laurent). It seems that she usually wants him to stop at a certain point because she’s not into it anymore.
Before they collaborated on last year’s kidnapping thriller Prisoners, Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve made Enemy, an adaptation of Jose Saramago’s novel about Adam (Gyllenhaal), a college professor who spots his...
These words are taken from a novel titled “The Double,” by Nobel Prize winning author Jose Saramago and they are the first images we see on screen in director Denis Villenueve’s film based on that novel, “Enemy.”
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Based on José Saramago's The Double, Enemy follows Jake Gyllenhaal's bored college professor as he discovers the existence of an exact double one fateful evening - with the movie subsequently detailing the weird and sometimes inexplicable relationship tha
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What happens when you have two Jake Gyllenhaal’s in one movie? If the film is directed by Denis Villeneuve you have a tripped out, slow-burn feature with shades of Cronenberg and Lynch. The enjoyment of this odd little flick about a man obsessed with a...
Although Denis Villenueve's execution overshadows the material's academic potential as a debate between nature and nurture, "Enemy" comes down firmly on the side of guidance over genes in its portrait of two identical, and yet completely different, men.
Ecstasy wasn’t the first thing on this writer’s mind when he was assigned to review Canadian director Denis Villeneuve’s last film Prisoners. Sure, the American production had an impressive ensemble cast including Hugh Jackman, Jake Gyllenhaal, Viola...