Enemy

  • 1995
  • Movie
  • R
  • Action, Political, Thriller

The Ohio filmmakers behind ENEMY deserve credit for trying to tackle an incendiary topic--open racial warfare on American soil. It's a tall order, and the 16mm production staggers under the weight of its own big ideas about prejudice, propaganda, and the media. Daniel Justin (Veryl Jones), a popular black American presidental frontrunner, is slain in mid-speech...read more

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Enemy - Featurette - The Women of Enemy
03:13 — ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Laurent). On (more…)
Enemy - Trailer 1
02:11 — ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Laurent). On (more…)
Enemy - Featurette - The Double
04:07 — ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Laurent). On (more…)
Enemy - Featurette - Adapting Jose Saramago
03:55 — ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Laurent). On (more…)
Enemy - Featurette - The Web of His Mind
04:34 — ENEMY tells the story of a university lecturer named Adam (Gyllenhaal) who is nearing the end of a relationship with his girlfriend Mary (Laurent). On (more…)
Enemy
Adam Bell is a glum, disheveled history professor who seems disinterested even in his beautiful girlfriend. Watching a movie on the recommendation of (more…)
Teaser Trailer
01:14 — Teaser trailer for Enemy. A man seeks out his exact look-alike after spotting him in a movie.
RCD - TIFF Screening
02:00 — Footage from the Enemy screening at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, as presented by Red Carpet Diary.

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  • Released: 1995
  • Rating: R
  • Review: The Ohio filmmakers behind ENEMY deserve credit for trying to tackle an incendiary topic--open racial warfare on American soil. It's a tall order, and the 16mm production staggers under the weight of its own big ideas about prejudice, propaganda, and the m… (more)

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