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skःrऽɛs६’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
This movie goes beyond a simple suit.
The filmmakers' strategy is masterful. And by that I mean everyone involved, such is the case of the person who made the art, specifically the poster.
All this time I had thought it was about domestic violence (and it is) but I had no idea that it was, in fact, about an invisible man as such. So if that was my perception only from looking at the poster. Now, imagine, if the story and the scenes were slightly attached to that graphic frustration on the poster, then it's at least a great start to the whole point of a horror movie.
What is more horrifying, when humans cannot see or when they don’t want to see?
On a side note, I hate when they use beautiful houses in horror movies. Like water and olive oil.