Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Double Up

 For those who didn't get a chance to check Jake doing a double play now's your chance.  Enemy is now available on DVD and Blu-ray.

In addition to the movie about Anthony and his doppelganger Adam, there is an additional special feature on the DVD.    “Lucid Dreams: The Making of Enemy”  is featurette of the making of the movie and it may include that "lost" interview with Jake about the movie that popped up online for all of a day and vanished.

Enemy created much discussion amongst those who saw it, and there is almost as many interpretations of what it all meant (especially the spiders ) as there were movie posters.

Spoiler Alert!

If you want to see what other people think it all means,  check out some of these interpretations of Denis' psychological thriller.

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Indiana(PA) Gazette said...

The Indiana County Court House — just a short stroll from the boyhood home of one of America’s most-admired movie stars — will itself double briefly as a movie location Friday.

The county commissioners Wednesday granted permission for actor Jake Gyllenhaal and a production crew of the new movie “Southpaw” to use the third-floor sheriff’s department as a set for the film about a boxer who fights his way to the top only to find his life falling apart around him.

Drew Nicholan, an assistant manager for site selection for Hope Films Inc., told the county commissioners that the film crew specifically wants to use the holding cell in the sheriff’s department for what will probably be a short but “critical” scene in the movie that links Gyllenhaal’s character to his daughter.

The filming will take place Friday evening after the courthouse has closed.

The commissioners Wednesday also recognized Joe and Judy Kovalchick, of Indiana, for their help in creating the Ghost Town Trail, which has now been in use for 20 years.