Horror film in which Elisabeth Moss is terrorized by her invisible and violent ex
Cecilia Kass (Elisabeth Moss) does not feel comfortable in her own four walls. The reason is her violent friend Adrian Griffin (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), who has saved a fortune through his scientific achievements but systematically denounced her. One night, with the help of her sister (Harriet Dyer), she finally manages to escape from his large estate on the coast.
For Cecilia, a new phase of life should begin in a new environment. She is looking for a stop at her sister, her childhood friend James (Aldis Hodge) and his daughter Sydney (Storm Reid). The restart is easier said than done for them. Panic attacks, paranoia and the constant feeling of being watched.
The news that Adrian chose suicide and left her over 5 million is shocking again. A suicide is atypical for Adrian, doubts are common in Cecilia. Could he just fake suicide to further torment her? Could he have managed to stir up their fear as the invisible?
A short time later, mysterious incidents occur. It is only a matter of time before someone around you will suffer greater damage. Cecilia desperately tries to protect her family and loved ones, but nobody believes that the culprit could be invisible.
Lots based on the 1933 horror classic and H.G. Wells novel * “The Invisible” stages “Saw” co-founder and horror veteran Leigh Whannell his own version of the SciFi horror shocker. The German theatrical release is on February 27, 2020. The FSK has not yet given the age rating, but one can expect release from 16 years.
The horror film with psychological thriller qualities is produced by Jason Blum (“Get Out”), who specializes in the genre with his production company Blumhouse. The productions for a reinterpretation of the classic had been planned since 2006, but were always in the wind. In the meantime, Universal even planned to cast “The Invisible” with Johnny Depp and to remake it in the ambitious “Dark Universe”.
In the top-class horror shocker of the cinema year 2020, Elisabeth Moss (“The Handmaid’s Tale”) is now being terrorized by Oliver Jackson-Cohen (“Spook in Hill House”).