The Enemy: Movie Review
War itself is a horror but when Lucifer himself turns up — or does he? — a Bosnian commando unit starts tearing itself other apart in Dejan Zecevic’s paranormal thriller.
BELGRADE — Just days after the end of the Balkan War, a Bosnian commando unit starts tearing itself other apart in Dejan Zecevic’s paranormal thriller The Enemy, which closed the 39th Belgrade Fest. Strong performances, some witty dialogue and a genuinely ominous atmosphere keep viewers engrossed, but the film’s supernatural premise is superfluous given the context.
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