Enemy is Denis Villeneuve’s Under the Skin. It’s his most unorthodox, “restrained from the mainstream” piece. Even though, Enemy isn’t one of my favorites of his, it’s the one I respect the most out of his entire filmography. Here he has crafted a tale that incorporates rarely any exposition, which only lingers on the audience’s attention to detail. It’s horror told in an idiosyncratic manner, and realism told with excessively fictionalized context, resulting with me—in no surprise—adoring this. (Verdict: A-)
The yellow poster for Enemy will undeniably become iconic.
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