Fucking blueberries, man!
Enemy really is quite the experience. I muttered "the fuck?" to myself a few times through out. Then when the film ended, it took me a few minutes to gather my composure over it. But one thing I'm certain of is Enemy was a very fine film.
Adam Bell (Jake Gyllenhaal) is a seemingly introverted history professor. He has a girlfriend, Mary (Melanie Laurent) who seems to just fuck him and leave. Maybe she's not even a girlfriend? He rents a movie and notices his exact double in the back ground. He does a little computer sleuthing and finds out he's a local actor named Anthony Clare. He tracks him down, but things end up far more complicated then he imaged.
I really only had two problems with this film. 1) spiders. I fucking hate spiders. and 2) There's quite a bit of gratuitous female nudity here, but barely any male. That's not fair. All kidding aside, this movie was fascinating. You end up questioning nearly everything on screen. None of it is handed to you. That can be frustrating sometimes, but it really works here, Plus, Gyllenhaal gives one of his best performances.
Memorable Quote: "Did you have a good day at school?" - Helen (Sarah Gadon)