About to graduate high school, Nick Powell plans to attend a writing workshop in London. On the night he is set to travel he is mistakenly attacked by Annie and her band of punks. Thinking him dead, they dump him in a nearby sewer. Nick realizes that he is not dead, though no one can see or hear him, and he tries to make contact with Pete and Annie, hoping they would save his life...
Production Year: 2007
August 27, 2014 18:00 (KSA) ~ August 27, 2014 17:00 (CLT)
A remake of the Swedish film, 'Den Osynlige', 'The Invisible' is based on the novel of the same name by Mats Wahl.
About to graduate high school, Nick Powell (Justin Chatwin) plans to attend a writing workshop in London, only he hasn't told his controlling mother Diane (Marcia Gay Harden) yet. On the night he is set to travel he meets with his best friend Pete (Chris Marquette) who complains about the constant bullying he suffers at the hands of a troubled teen called Annie. Annie (Margarita Levieva) runs with a pack of violent thieves, including her boyfriend Marcus (Alex O'Loughlin) who is on parole for similar crimes.
When Annie robs a jewellery store, Marcus tips off the cops about her when she refuses to hand the loot over to him. Annie is arrested and is later led to believe that Nick was responsible for ratting her out. Looking for payback, Annie stumbles upon Nick as he's walking home from a party and she and her band of punks beat him mercilessly. Thinking him dead, they dump him in a nearby sewer.
But the next day Nick realizes that he is not dead yet when he wanders around school and finds that no one can see or hear him. Existing in a state of limbo between life and death with his physical body lying in the sewer, Nick tries to make contact with Pete and Annie, hoping that they would return to his body and save his life...
- Justin Chatwin
- Margarita Levieva
- Marcia Gay Harden
- Chris Marquette
- Alex O'Loughlin
- Callum Keith Rennie
- Michelle Harrison
- Tania Saulnier
- Ryan Kennedy
Directed by: David S. Goyer
Rating: Rated PG-13 for violence, criminality, sensuality and language - all involving teens.