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Gyllenhaal uses his big puppy eyes to full effect here, almost laying bare the souls of the two very different and yet identical men.The movie opens with a scene at a secret, hidden sex club; a woman masturbates onstage as a group of suit and tie wearing men watch impassively.

(out today), where Jake Gyllenhaal plays Adam, a college professor who becomes obsessed with his dopplegänger Anthony (also played by Gyllenhaal), a part-time actor whom Adam happens to spy in an old movie.Adam pokes into Anthony's life from afar at first but the more he learns, the more mysterious and complicated their connection becomes, until leather-jacketed Anthony finally agrees to meet rumpled Adam for the first time in a dingy hotel room. "There's something horrible about seeing yourself, something almost unbearable and frightening.What transpires between them in the movie's most pivotal scene? For such a scene to exist, you need a strong actor, and I can't say enough about how happy I am with Jake's work." And it truly is all Jake: Villenueve and his actor decided against using body doubles for the scene, instead employing a motion-controlled camera and CG wizardry to stitch both bearded Gyllenhaals together in the same frame.I don’t know that I can quite articulate the film’s thesis - it certainly has something to do with how men treat women, and it has a very cynical view of the idea of becoming ‘a better man,’ but beyond that I’m not entirely certain.That obfuscation is a bit frustrating if only because doesn’t feel rewatchable.Prisoners director Denis Villeneuve brings us a weird, intriguing tchotchke of a thriller, built around the conceit of Jake Gyllenhaal finding himself.