When it comes to Invisible Man movies it usually based on monsters but very rarely it is also filmed like the one which has been released now. Well, let’s have a small brief on the now realized “The Invisible Man.”
A Harassing Partner
Adrian played by Oliver Jackson-Cohen abuses his girl Cecilia played by Elizabeth Moss. But fortunately, Cecilia escapes from him and later Adrian kills himself and leaves back a will for $5million.
After receiving the money Cecilia gets suspicious and feels that Adrian is still there. As the movie says invisible, it’s obvious he is in an invisible form. The movie sounds like an extended version of domestic abuse. After Adrian goes invisible he gets some extra techniques that are so real and moving.
The creator has been sticking with the format of ‘Less is more’ as now there are endless technologies to create invisible man effects.
Though there are no disturbing scenes Adrian disturbs Cecilia’s life, her family bonds, and her profession. This sabotage affects Cecilia more but she becomes wise at one point and finds out but it’s still a disappointment as Adrian is invisible.
Elizabeth has portrayed the character with ace expressing the mental and emotional state. Kudos to the director for giving such a film with simple logic yet crafted smartly.