A Perfect Enemy (2020) 1080p

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Action | Adventure
Frame Rate:
24 fps
English 5.1
Run Time:
89 min
IMDB Rating:
5.8 / 10 
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Directors: Kike Maíllo [Director] ,

Movie Description:
Successful architect Jeremiasz Angust is approached on his trip to the Paris Airport by a chatty girl called Texel Textor. She is a strange young woman who seems to be looking for captive victims whom she forces to listen to her strange stories. Jeremy loses the flight because of Texel and once they are installed in the lounge area, he will not be able to get rid of the annoying stranger. Although the meeting seems fortuitous, soon there be a turn that will transform the character of that encounter into something much more sinister and criminal.


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Good, compact thought-provoking amuse-bouche - Nothing Blows Up

OK - so let's get this out of the way - if you're an MCU fan then this is not the film for you. Nothing blows up - there are no clever quips in the middle of battles - just a tour de force of acting by two excellent protagonists and some amazing dialogue and story-telling.

NOTHING blows up - there are no fast and furious cars.

If you like good writing, acting - good cinema - then this is worth your time.

mistery good

A man on his way to an airport meets a girl that bothers him a little but then she starts follow him and agressive dialog becomes the clue that there more to it than a chatty girl.

There s a novel and this movie tells the story in the right way. The girl with a strange name and even stranger stories is played excellent.

You should see this movie.

Awesome surprise psychological, mystery thriller!

I was intrigued by the trailer and marked it in my watchlist. Lately so many movies have been turning out to be promising in trailers but a total dud when you are like just 20 minutes into it. This one turned out to be better than the trailer and actually made me sit tight and watch till the very last frame. It's not slow to call it a slow burn but the first 10 mins instil enough curiosity to want to watch further. And yes, the good element of what next continues to pay off every 10 mins as this girl who wouldn't stop talking frustrates the hell out of you as you root for the lead male character. Well, won't spoil anything for you. Just watch it with an open mind and that you are watching an awesomely high on quality a flick, that's all is what you should remember and it pays off awesomely! I loved it.
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