March 13, 2014

Enemy, Denis Villeneuve’s psychological thriller, finally opens in north-American theaters today, after being premiered at the TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) last September.

The movie, which the critics describe as “disturbing, fascinating, intriguing and mysterious”, is Director Denis Villeneuve’s second release in the past year, after the highly acclaimed Prisoners. Besides the wonderful acting, filming and editing of the movie, you will get to enjoy Rodeo FX’ imperceptible or “cobwebby” visual effects. Enemy, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Mélanie Laurent, Sarah Gadon and Isabella Rossellini – now playing in a theater near you!

To find out more about Enemy, discover the cast and crew’s interpretation of the story, as well as the process that led to the cinematographic adaptation of “The Double” novel, by Nobel Prize winning Portuguese author José Saramago:

Denis Villeneuve : The Web Of His Mind

‘Enemy’ The Maestro’s Work: Adapting Jose Saramago