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Rating: 6.90/10 from 212000 votes
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O Homem Duplicado

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Adam Bell is a Toronto area History college professor. He is a rather somber man, largely because he is stuck in a routine, which includes a relationship with his live-in girlfriend, Mary.

While watching a rental movie, he spots an actor in a bit part that looks like him. He becomes obsessed with finding out about this double of his. He learns that the actor's stage name is Daniel Saint Claire, whose legal name is Anthony Claire. Claire is a Toronto based actor with only a few on-screen credits, and is married to a woman named Helen who is currently several months pregnant.

Adam then becomes obsessed with meeting Claire, who he learns upon first sighting that they look exactly the same, from the facial hair to a scar each has, but Claire who outwardly is more "put together" than Adam. Their lives become intertwined as Claire himself ends up becoming obsessed with Adam, but in a slightly different way.

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Not So Much To Be Loved As To Love
Jonathan Richman: Writer
Jonathan Richman: Performer
After The Lights Go Out
The Walker Brothers: Performer
John Stewart: Performer

User reviews

Joshua Mitchell

The soundtrack of Enemy perfectly captures the eerie and unsettling atmosphere of the film, enhancing the tension and mystery throughout.

Steven King

The haunting melodies and subtle sounds in the soundtrack help to build a sense of duality and reflection, mirroring the dual identities and complex relationships explored in the film.

Joseph Williams

Overall, the soundtrack of Enemy fell short of complementing the complex and layered narrative of the film. It missed the mark in capturing the essence of the characters' internal struggles and failed to leave a lasting impression, ultimately hindering my ability to fully engage with the story.

James Lopez

The soundtrack of Enemy felt disconnected from the eerie and suspenseful atmosphere of the film. It failed to enhance the tension and mystery of the storyline, leaving me feeling underwhelmed and detached from the characters' emotions.

John Green

On the other hand, some may find the soundtrack of Enemy to be too repetitive and monotonous. While it effectively sets the tone for the film, the lack of variety in the music can become tiresome and overshadow the other aspects of the movie.

Matthew Thompson

The soundtrack of Enemy perfectly captures the eerie and unsettling atmosphere of the film. The dark and haunting melodies create a sense of unease that mirrors Adam's internal struggle and obsession with his doppelganger.

Emily Phillips

The music choices in Enemy seemed repetitive and uninspired, lacking originality and failing to create a captivating auditory experience. It did not succeed in immersing me fully into the psychological thriller, resulting in a missed opportunity to elevate the overall viewing experience.

Mark Jackson

The use of minimalist and ambient music in the soundtrack creates a sense of unease and adds depth to the psychological aspects of the story.

Donna Miller

The music in Enemy effectively mirrors the psychological complexity of the characters, particularly Adam and Claire. The use of dissonant chords and unconventional instrumentation reflects the inner turmoil and duality of the two characters, adding depth and intensity to their relationship and inner struggles.

David Moore

The integration of electronic elements and experimental sounds in the soundtrack adds a modern and unique touch, making it a standout feature of the film that enhances the overall viewing experience.

Ronald Davis

The soundtrack of Enemy perfectly captures the eerie and suspenseful atmosphere of the movie. The haunting melodies and subtle tones create a sense of unease that lingers throughout the film, enhancing the tension of the storyline.