"Along with Little Caesar and Scarface, Enemy was one of the first gangster movies ever made, and it has that classic James Cagney scene where he squashes a grapefruit into Mae Clarke's face. Most movies from this era were very quiet – though I guess King Kong was an exception. There was still a theatrical element to the filmmaking process. There wasn't a big score throughout the movie, but those things would become normal elements by the end of the 1930s. The early 1930s movies were just a bit quieter and very, very intense. It really makes you appreciate the beginnings of this genre."