Why It’s Wrong To Think The Invisible Man’s Villain Is All In The Head Of Elisabeth Moss’ Cecilia

    For starters, there is the practical side of things, and the concrete evidence presented in the film that clearly demonstrates that Cecilia’s “haunting” isn’t just a result of a series of hallucinations. Sure, there is some latitude to mistrust anything we directly see through the protagonist’s eyes, such as the foot imprints on the bedsheet in Sydney’s room, but Leigh Whannell also makes a point of showing Adrian’s actions outside of Cecilia’s eye line. Watching a knife fall off the counter and not hit the floor, and steamy breath produced from nowhere during a cold night are not just creepy moments, but nods to the fact that there really is an Invisible Man.

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