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    Cannes: Denis Villeneuve Says Drug War Film 'Sicario' Is "Very Dark" and "Quite Violent"

    Emily Blunt, Benicio Del Toro and Josh Brolin star in the Canadian director's 2015 Cannes competition entry.

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    Exclusive: Denis Villeneuve Talks The Creative Experiment Of 'Enemy' In Clip From DVD Release

    Ranked among our Best Films Of 2014 So Far..., Denis Villeneuve's "Enemy" is truly something special, and if you've been reading the site, you already know how fond we are of the picture. It's a mindbender of the best kind, taking audiences on a journey inside the psyche of a man riddled with guilt,...

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    Why Jake Gyllenhaal Feels More 'Alive' Than Ever

    There's no denying Jake Gyllenhaal is a heartthrob, but meeting the actor in person, it's also clear that the 33-year-old is first and foremost an artist. It's evident in his recent choice of roles, and in the passionate and thoughtful way he speaks about his craft.

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    Emily Blunt in Talks to Star in Denis Villeneuve's Next Film

    Denis Villeneuve has had a big last six months, with well-regarded thrillers "Prisoners" and "Enemy," both starring Jake Gyllenhaal, arriving in theaters. Now the Quebecois director has tapped Emily Blunt to be in his next nail-biter, "Sicario."

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    Interview: Denis Villeneuve Talks Shooting Toronto For 'Enemy,' Dipping Into The Subconscious & His Next Projects

    A cinematic puzzle that dives deep into the realm of the subconscious, Denis Villeneuve's "Enemy" blurs reality with absurdity, surreality and sometimes, straight up WTF excursions into the strange. But his film is not coy provocation, nor does it simply circumvent traditional narrative routes as a ...

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    Review: Denis Villeneuve's Terrifically Haunting 'Enemy' Starring Jake Gyllenhaal

    At the risk of blatantly repeating ourselves, Jake Gyllenhaal and director Denis Villeneuve are on the cusp of a banner 2013 that is about to hit its crest. Their first-unveiled collaboration, the harrowing, Fincher-with-more-emotional-resonance crime thriller “Prisoners” has already bruised audienc...

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    The Two Jakes (Or Are They?). Gyllenhaal in 'Enemy'

    If you saw someone who looked exactly like you, how freaked out would you actually be? Enough so that music recalling Hitchcock films plays in the background? Would you leap to some wildly sinister conclusion or would you take a minute, calm down, and do something commonsensical, like have a serious...

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