Film & Nuance

Enemy is a film directed by Denis Villeneuve which is loosely adapted from the novel The Double by Jose Saramago. I’ve been wanting to watch this for ages, and now that I finally have, there’s only one thing that’s clear; Its good. Alright folks from here on out, take my analysis with a pinch of salt, as we unearth this hugely mesmerizing and unsettling phantasmagoria.

Enemy lecture

Enemy can almost be considered art-house with it’s unflinching desire to prove a deep point. Shot in a yellow-tinged atmosphere, we get an overbearing sense of the character’s insidious subconscious. Imagery spans from spiders to the sprawling yet vacuous cityscape. Villeneuve has created a brilliant piece of art that’s weirdly engaging and unsettling. It’s possibly one very significant film that will not only be studied for years to come but also be debated on in terms of interpretation. It is with such reasons that I…

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