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The Invisible Man


Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss), whoā€™s run away from her wealthy and abusive husband (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), learns that heā€™s killed himselfā€¦ but she feels a strange presence. A modern update of the old H.G. Wells novel with a clear purpose: adapting it for the #metoo era. A great idea that works very well, visually and emotionally; there are several creepy scenes here, boosted by Benjamin Wallfischā€™s quietly unnerving music score. In spite of the filmā€™s length, there are no dull spots. However, some people might find logical gaps and characters acting in ways that are less than believable a problem.

2020-U.S.-Australia. 124 min. Color. Widescreen. Written and directed byĀ Leigh Whannell. Music: Benjamin Wallfisch. Cast: Elisabeth Moss (Cecilia Kass), Oliver Jackson-Cohen (Adrian Griffin), Aldis Hodge (James Lanier), Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Michael Dorman.Ā 

Trivia: At an earlier stage, Johnny Depp was considered for the lead.



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