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Written by Ivan Radford   
Friday, 12 August 2011 08:16

With The Devil's Double now in cinemas, there's no point denying that Dominic Cooper is brilliant at playing two roles in the same film. In fact, he's so good at being Saddam Hussein's son Uday and Uday's lookalike Latif that it's almost impossible to tell who's who. 

And so in honour of Dominic Cooper's stellar acting ability, here's a Devil's Double-inspired game of Spot the Difference. Can you spot the odd Uday out?




















Click here to see the answer - or head this way to read our The Devi's Double review.


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