'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy Being stalked by a tormentor you can't see is scary enough on its own. But the film The Invisible Man suggests that the worst part might just be the fact that no one would believe you. In writer and director Leigh Whannell's new adaptation of the classic H.G. Wells novel, Elisabeth Moss plays Cecilia, a woman who finally escapes an abusive partner. But soon, she senses that he's everywhere, following her.
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'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy

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'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy

'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy

'The Invisible Man' Is Transparently Creepy

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Elisabeth Moss stars as Cecilia Kass in The Invisible Man, written and directed by Leigh Whannell. Universal Pictures hide caption

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Elisabeth Moss stars as Cecilia Kass in The Invisible Man, written and directed by Leigh Whannell.

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Being stalked by a tormentor you can't see is scary enough on its own. But the film The Invisible Man suggests that the worst part might just be the fact that no one would believe you. In writer and director Leigh Whannell's new adaptation of the classic H.G. Wells novel, Elisabeth Moss plays Cecilia, a woman who finally escapes an abusive partner. But soon, she senses that he's everywhere, following her.

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