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greenhorg's avatar


Here's my theory: spoiler

Although its based on a book, so this is probably all demonstrably wrong.
6 years 8 months ago
maxdbn's avatar


Biggest 'WTF' moment of my life.
6 years 9 months ago
God's avatar


this is like if david lynch and david cronenberg co-directed a film adaptation of a kafka novel.
6 years 11 months ago
memo1's avatar


The cast signed a confidentiality agreement that doesn't allow them to speak and/or explain to the press the meaning of spiders in the movie.
6 years 10 months ago
RockHopper92's avatar


As bizarre as this movie is. What's stranger is that it's based on a book called The Double written by Jose Saramago in 2002. Another movie was made the same year (2013) with an identical premise as this directed by Richard Ayoade called The Double which is also based on a book of the same name, but written over a century early by a different author.

I don't know if that's all a happy coincidence or if this was planned for some reason. At the end of the day, however, I enjoyed The Double by Ayoade more.
5 years 7 months ago
Larkspire's avatar


Interesting concept, but even with the metaphor explanation, it still plateaus before, disappointingly, fizzling away into nothing.

And normally I'm all for beautiful colour schemes, but the yellow here quickly grew from interesting to oppressing, and not in a good way (in my humble opinion etc etc).
6 years 8 months ago
maborosi's avatar


Great directing and everything. I think jake gyllenhaal is one hell of an actor.. sexy, persuasive and talented.
6 years 11 months ago
Armoreska's avatar


Video analysis
6 years 8 months ago
Siskoid's avatar


An introspective film based on Portuguese writer José Saramago's The Double starring Jake Gyllenhaal as both a listless history professor and his double, an actor the former finds in various bit parts on DVDs. Bizarre and ambiguous, Enemy owes as much to Kafka as it does to magical realism, with just a hint of Guillermo del Toro, a fable about identity and intimacy and how we might hate parts of ourselves. I don't want to say too much because ambiguity is a big part of this, and in any case, I still had questions at the end. I wish I'd watched it with other people. It's that kind of film. And lovely to see Toronto play itself - it's so rare - even as a smoggy dreamscape
5 years 9 months ago
Yousef Mousa's avatar

Yousef Mousa

the ending !
6 years 3 months ago
MoutardedShroom's avatar


this movie fucked my brain just in the right way. also, getting to decipher it afterwards just adds to the enjoyment...
6 years 4 months ago
bf2jay88's avatar


Very complex and abstract...yet so powerful.
7 years ago
rociwi's avatar


6 years 5 months ago
Jazzy's avatar


This one got me stumped.
6 years 8 months ago
Louis Mazzini's avatar

Louis Mazzini

Took me 10 minutes to search and find the movie here.
7 years ago

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