People get excited for Marvel movies and CGI spectacles, but the only film I can remember losing sleep for from my ecstatic anticipation was Denis Villeneuve’s puzzling Enemy. Villeneuve, my favorite Canadian filmmaker, is versatile enough to make a Hollywoodized thriller like Prisoners but also a chilling art-film like Polytechnique. Sicario, a drug cartel thriller, got mostly rave reviews at its Cannes premiere. Although the film appears to fit in with the director’s more accessible work, I’m still excited about Sicario. I might not sleep from now until the start of the festival.