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The Double (7-Sep-2013)

Director: Richard Ayoade

Writers: Richard Ayoade; Avi Korine

From novella by: Fyodor Dostoevsky

Keywords: Drama

A timid government bureaucrat's life is upended by the arrival of a co-worker who happens to be both his body double and a social butterfly.

ABSTRACT
Simon is a quiet and introverted government employee, living a pitiful existence spurned by his love interest and scorned by his mother. From out of the blue one fateful day comes Simon's new co-worker, James, a charming young man who stands as both Simon's body double and an embodiment of all the desirable characteristics he does not possess, forcing him to scramble for answers and a way out of his personal hell after he begins to subsume his life.

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Paddy Considine
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Jesse Eisenberg
Actor
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James Fox
Actor
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Sally Hawkins
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27-Apr-1976   Happy-Go-Lucky
J Mascis
Musician
10-Dec-1965   Frontman for Dinosaur Jr.
Cathy Moriarty
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29-Nov-1960   Raging Bull
Chris Morris
Comic
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Chris O'Dowd
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Rade Serbedzija
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27-Jul-1946   Dmitri Gredenko on 24
Wallace Shawn
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12-Nov-1943   Ate dinner with Andre
Noah Taylor
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4-Sep-1969   He Died with a Felafel in His Hand
Mia Wasikowska
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14-Oct-1989   Alice in Wonderland

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