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You can't escape your self.

Jake Gyllenhaal and the director of Prisoners reteam for this psychological thriller about a man who is startled to see another man in a movie who looks exactly like him – and seeks out to find the doppelganger. Co-stars Mélanie Laurent (Inglourious Basterds) and Sarah Gadon (A Dangerous Method).


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Rating: M Sex scenes and offensive language

Canada, Spain

Variety (USA)


Mysterious enough that many viewers will insist on seeing it twice.

Twitch Film (USA)


A highly stylized yet intriguing look at a man coming to terms with his duplicate... firmly establishes Villeneuve as one of today's most truly unique filmmakers.

Time Out New York


The movie is too literal and compartmentalized to take the psychological plunge it seems to constantly be intimating.

New York Times


There is only so much sense a movie like this needs to make, and this one succeeds in being divertingly clever and effectively creepy.

Hollywood Reporter


As hauntingly strange as it is inconclusive and frustrating... one of the more head-scratching additions to the doppelganger genre. Yet it will certainly have its fans.

An Online Universe


The real star of Enemy is the element of surprise. Mind-bending themes, baffling imagery and shocking plot twists mean you never quite know where the story is going, or what exactly it all means.