Leigh Whannell’s The Invisible man had a huge impact on fans of science fiction horror.
The film is based on the novel by HG Wells with the same name. The story revolves around a woman who is held captive and is stuck in an abusive relationship with his ex. After his suicide, she still believes that something is wrong or she is stalked by him. And eventually, she finds out that his ex achieved a way to become invisible. The film stars Elisabeth Moss, Aldis Hodge, Storm Reid, Harriet Dyer, Oliver Jackson-Cohen and Michael Dorman.
About the movie
This classic was first set to show a classic villain like Johnny Dep but due to financial failures and continuous halts in the process of production, it was difficult. The creators than began to focus more on an individualized storyline than serializing it. From this point, the production gained speed and reentered development. The film received lots of praise for its epic and classy story. The actress Moss got a lot of appreciation due to her performance as she portrayed a woman who was manipulated and harassed in a relationship.
The development of this classic movie began in 2007 and because of the continuous halts it faced a backlog. Eventually the production gained speed and released this film on 28 February 2020 by Universal Pictures. The work done in this movie surely created a solid fan base as it was filled with twists and turns.
Plot: Ending explained
The ending goes as follows. After all the torments she faced by Adrian and his invisibility skills. She agrees to meet him for dinner to discuss about her pregnancy. There she tries to convince him for whatever bad things he did to her. Firstly he denies but then he admits to one petty cruel thing he did. Cecilia smiles and goes to the washroom with the excuse of cleaning up. She already planned to take revenge. Using one of his invisible suits she slits his throat and makes it look like a suicide in the cameras and even made up a show for it. This is how the movie ended. The climax surely was very satisfying for the viewers as she takes her revenge. The confusion is clear now.
This epic sci-fi scenario had a lot of turns and twists. And we personally love the storyline and the way it was presented. It was recently announced that a female counterpart of the Invisible series will be made. It will feature Moss and her adventures as an Invisible Woman.
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