Enemy

Enemy

Directed by Denis Villeneuve

Jake Gyllenhaal gives a “powerful and memorable” (V Magazine) dual-edged performance in this thriller about a history professor bored by his glum life–until the day he spots his doppelganger and decides to track him down. When the men finally meet, their lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

A history professor is bored by his glum life – until the day he spots his doppelganger and decides to track him down. When the men finally meet, their lives become bizarrely and irrevocably intertwined.

Cast: Jake Gyllenhaal, Mélanie Laurent, Sarah Gadon, Isabella Rossellini

Member Reviews

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9 days ago

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fran6paq
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9 days ago

The ultimate modern mindbender and my favorite Villeneuve movie. It's brooding, dark and creepy. Watching this there is a sense of depsair and emptiness that flows from the screen and hits you. Hard. Gyllenhaal is always amazing as an actor but he is even superior to usual in Enemy. Don't watch if you want a quick fix though, this film was made to torture your mind and being slowly digested.

Gourdz
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a month ago

I didn't understand the ending can anyone explain the stupid ending to me.

IvanaWilliams
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2 months ago

If you've got an idea for a weird narrative set to the backdrop of Toronto looking like a nightmare while also having all this weigh on the shoulders of Jake Gyllenhaal's acting ability, you've clearly made a good film.

SkeletonBoy
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2 months ago