In 2016 the human race turns invisible. In 2076 a small number of people start to mysteriously reappear.
Stepping away from the conventional overwhelming science fiction film, ‘Visible’ sweeps us into a soft and spirited state despite the close-to apocalyptic nature of the storyline. In 2016 the human race turns invisible. In 2076 a small number of people start to mysteriously reappear. The year is 2086. The world is divided between “visibles” and “invisibles”. When Guy, a conflicted artist, is presented with the knowledge that he has the potential to transform back to a visible state, he’s faced with a tough dilemma: does he become visible and accept a life of vulnerability and possible judgment, or does he stay invisible and risk losing an existence of passion, honesty, and love?
If no one can see you, who would you be?
The film is a raw capture of emotions, heavily sinking us into the moral dilemmas of the modern ‘invisible’ world. One retaining aspect of the film is how the scientific matters are introduced and explained. The character doesn’t randomly extrapolate extensive made-up words, but rather makes his best attempt at explaining the unusual event.
Those Scientists have it all wrong. We’re not people, we’re ghosts, drifting through life
Starring Henry Ian Cusick (“The 100“) and Sonya Walger (“The Catch“), of ABC’s LOST fame. This marks the first time the two have been onscreen together since they played the star crossed lovers, Desmond Hume and Penelope “Penny” Widmore, on the show that last aired in 2010.