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Sinister new trailer for Enemy

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If The Wolf of Wall Street taught us anything, other than the fact that bankers in the 80s were utterly insane, it's that a great actor gets even better when he keeps working with the same director.

In his fifth film with Martin Scorsese, Leonardo DiCaprio was a revelation and it looks as if one of his, often overlooked, contemporaries might have found a worthy collaborator.

After one of his best performances for years in the intense thriller Prisoners, Jake Gyllenhaal is re-teaming with director Denis Villeneuve for another Hitchcockian offering, Enemy.

Actually shot before Prisoners, this creepy film has already gone down a storm on the festival circuit and centres on Gyllenhaal struggling, understandably, with the knowledge that he has a doppelganger whose intentions might not be that honourable...

The trailer has just landed and its deliriously sinister, promising a haunting suspense thriller that will be a tad more cerebral than Prisoners.

Take a look below.

Enemy hits UK cinemas later this year

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