Director Denis Villeneuve (Incendies) makes his studio debut with this weekend’s solid thriller Prisoners starring Hugh Jackman and Jake Gyllenhaal, but Villeneuve also has another Gyllenhaal-fronted film poised to be released soon, and it’s decidedly more twisted. Enemy, like Prisoners, debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival last week, and while I was unable to make it to any screenings of the pic, I heard plenty of great/terrifying things about the film from others. Gyllenhaal stars as a paranoid teacher who believes that he has found his exact doppelganger and he sets out to find out who this person is. I’ve been told not to learn too much about the film before going in, but this teaser trailer and excellent poster are damn tantalizing.
Hit the jump to check out the teaser trailer and poster. The film also stars Melanie Laurent and Sarah Gadon and recently secured distribution from A24 Films.
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