The Devils DoubleSummoned from the front line back to Saddam Hussein's palace, Iraqi army's lieutenant, Latif Yahia (Dominic Cooper) is forced to join the royal family when he is appointed to become a copy of Saddam's son, Uday Hussein Prince, a impulsive and risk taker...
Actors of "The Devils Double"
Characters of "The Devils Double"
Directors of "The Devils Double"Lee TamahoriBirthdate: 22 April 1950, Wellington, New Zealand
Creators of "The Devils Double"Michael ThomasLatif Yahia
Critic Reviews of "The Devils Double"Los Angeles TimesNovember 17, 2011
Despite numerous pluses - Lee Tamahori's vigorous direction, handsome cinematography, outstanding production design, an impressive dual performance by Dominic Cooper as Uday and Latif - the film is more wearying than entertaining.Entertainment WeeklySeptember 07, 2011
I'm not sure what it all adds up to, but The Devil's Double puts its hooks in you and keeps them there.Chicago ReaderSeptember 01, 2011
Equally as offensive as the movie's smorgasbord of smut and violence is the lingering whiff of colonial-era orientalism, a Western predilection for regarding Eastern cultures as innately idle, lascivious, irrational, and thus ripe for intervention.Minneapolis Star TribuneAugust 17, 2011
It is a ghastly, riveting, dazzling piece of work.Arizona RepublicAugust 11, 2011
The hero of "The Devil's Double" may get upstaged by the villain, but that's not exactly bad news for star Dominic Cooper, since he plays both parts.Time OutAugust 09, 2011
Even more tasteless than its main character's gold 'n' marble palace.DeadspinJune 22, 2013
Cooper is great, in a great part. But for an actor, not for his audience.We Got This CoveredFebruary 28, 2013
The Devil's Double is a fantastic film that features a central performance so compelling, you'd be foolish to look away even for a second.Tribune News ServiceJanuary 14, 2013
Dominic Cooper is bloody brilliant.TheMovieReport.comJanuary 26, 2012
Never develops into anything beyond a concept.Reel Film ReviewsNovember 23, 2011
...a sporadically intriguing yet disastrously undercooked thriller.Capital Times (Madison, WI)October 21, 2011
Some of the cruelty in the film is hard to stomach, but frighteningly believable.
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