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Enemy | Review

10 March 2014 10:30 AM, PDT | ioncinema | See recent ioncinema news »

Identical/Identity: Villeneuve’s Doppelganger Thriller a Kafkaesque Dead Ringer

You can forget the pulpy throes of the dark hearted Prisoners, the recently released collaboration of Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve, when you sit down for their latest release, Enemy (which was actually filmed first). In the fine tradition of doppelganger cinema, this is certainly a spectacular standout. And if any evidence is needed to point to Villeneuve as a director at the top of his game, look no further. Certain to confuse, perplex, and even irritate, it’s a beautiful, nightmarishly warped universe ripe for multiple readings and psychological explanations concerning hidden desires and oppositions.

A history professor at a Toronto university, Adam Bell (Gyllenhaal), seems to be living a lackluster existence, his life a series of repetitive instances mired in work and an unenthusiastic relationship with his girlfriend (Melanie Laurent). A co-worker recommends that Adam see »

- Nicholas Bell

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Carey Mulligan debuts in David Hare's Skylight in West End this summer

14 February 2014 7:46 AM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Stephen Daldry will direct Mulligan and Bill Nighy, who returns to a role he played in 1997

Carey Mulligan will make her West End debut this summer in a revival of David Hare's Skylight to be directed by Stephen Daldry.

Skylight, which will preview at the Wyndham's theatre in June, will also mark a double return for Bill Nighy. Not only will it be his first London stage appearance in 13 years, since Joe Penhall's Blue/Orange, it is also another shot at a part he played in 1997, when he inherited the role of Tom Sergeant from Michael Gambon in Skylight's first West End run.

In Hare's play, Tom, a whizzy, newly widowed restaurateur, pitches up at the flat of his younger ex-lover Kyra Hollis – who will be played by Mulligan – with a view to rekindling a relationship.

Mulligan is already a well-regarded stage performer, having turned in an acclaimed »

- Bill Nighy, Matt Trueman

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