My life is a movie and I do have nemesis's,lol.
I would like to say that ENTJ's and ESTJ'S are often the worst antagonists in my life but ultimately I feel that I myself am my real nemesis. No one beats me up worse and holds me back more and exercises my weaknesses more then me. The worst nemesis of the INFJ is the very same INFJ imprisoned by their own inner monologue. Sometimes I feel as if I am two different entities residing in one body conflicting and opposite to each other and both are at war with each other. Probably my Ni at war with my Fe- they can seem to clash a lot at times. My hero is my ENTP husband because he can save me from myself and helps reconcile me with myself-he is the peacemaker, both sides at war within myself can listen to him and share a high opinion of him and he inspires me to take myself in moderation and meet in the middle,lol.
If I were to make a movie of myself - I would have the nemesis be a mystery character and it would be an artsy fartsy movie, and in some way it would be revealed in the end- somehow a mirror would be involved- and it would reveal it was me all along- I was my own worst nemesis- I was the antagonist to my protagonist. Kind of like the spirit of the story of The Picture of Dorian Grey, my life movie would be very influenced by it and share in the same message and spirit of it only more feely and weird. Plus the way hubby is my hero would be illustrated somehow. Mirrors would be heavily involved, they would be peppered in throughout the movie in subtle ways and then be pronounced at the end-making you realize that you had the answer in front of you all the time but didn't realize it. I would have a reconcilliation of my "selves" and it would have a bittersweet or just weird happy ending. Tim Burton would have to direct it or perhaps Guillermo Del Toro or perhaps both.
This quote might have a different meaning then I am giving it but this is just how it strikes me as how I feel inside and illustrates the way I feel inside. It was in the Picture of Dorian Grey, I haven't read the book but saw the movie, the version with the great George Sanders in it, and it is my all time favorite movie.
"I sent my soul through the invisible
Some letter of that after-life spell;
And by and by my soul returned to me
And answered, 'I myself am Heaven and Hell.''