The Double is based on a Dovstoevesky story about a man who meets his doppelganger — but this movie by Richard Ayoade owes a huge debt to Kafka, too. And stylistically, it really is like a fan-film of Terry Gilliam's Brazil. And it does a brilliant job of capturing the horrors of a soul-crushing job and an empty life.
Is it a key or is it Jake Gyllenhaal and his doppelgänger whispering sweet nothings to each other? We've got the exclusive reveal of the poster for the curious indie movie Enemy, based off the exceptionally trippy book The Double by Jose Saramago.
While we know very, very little about the Jake Gyllenhaal-starring movie adaptation of Jose Saramago's novel The Double, we're starting to see some seriously trippy things in this NSFW trailer.
The word "bromance" gets thrown around a lot nowadays, which is sad because "bromance" is a terrible word. It is useful, though — we need a word to describe a relationship between two men that exceeds mere friendship, but doesn't involve sex; when two men love and understand each other in a way others can't, but…