A bold, unique, singular, visionary work about terrible people I didn't engage with doing terrible things I didn't care about.
Enemy is one hell of a cinematic puzzle, offering much viewers who like combing a movie for clues to what's actually going on. On the other hand, I found I didn't care much about the characters or the story.
When you watch a Ben Wheatley film, you know you're going to get something a little different. Or, in the case of A Field in England, a lot different. Maybe too different.