Cecilia quits her abusive relationship with her partner Adrian, an optics expert. She finally gets her freedom back, but she begins to think that she has gone mad after a while. However, things begin to go awry as she begins to doubt her sanity. In time, Cecilia discovers that an invisible stranger is stalking her. Back in 1933, James Whale adapted HG Well's horror novel. Claude Rains played the role of Dr Jack Griffin, a mad scientist. He became emotionally unstable when he took a serum that wholly altered his body's refractive index, rendering him invisible.
In Leigh Whannel's 2020 reboot, the invisibility is not caused by a serum but an optical suit. The suit is a military-grade onesie that is covered with dozens of cameras. The design is based on the current camouflage technology. The problem is that the man in the suit was a bad guy before he went invisible. The Invisible Man is a deep insight into the horrors of domestic abuse, destructive masculinity, agoraphobia, and gaslighting. Unlike other horror movies about abuse, the story was told from the abused's perspective instead of the abuser. Elizabeth Moss delivers remarkable performance and proves her prowess in showing resilience and vulnerability. We didn't see this coming, and we are satisfied with this reboot.
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