How to stare into the abyss and start imagining your desires or fears, in The Invisible Man.
Dark Universal’s The Invisible Man, written and directed by Leigh Whannell starring Elisabeth Moss is not something I was excited for. There. I have said it. Now that we have got that clear, let me emphasize on how good it feels to be wrong. It is definitely one of those films that catches you by surprise. And boy what a delight it is! I don’t want to focus on the writing and how layered though obvious the metaphor is. I simply want to focus on how gorgeous and rich the visuals are. The concept of the film seeks a filmmaker that ought to speak visually, physically on screen without any words, descriptions and narrations. And Leigh simply achieves that. And that is it. That is the film. What a film!, as my friend Mihir calls it.