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An undercover female cop enters Belmont High as a transfer student, after several girls in the area go missing. While trying to assimilate in the school, she and her new friends are lured into a place where they must fight for their lives.
Bill McAdams Jr.
Invisible, while technically poor, has worthwhile artistic qualities
I rated the film higher than it deserved because there's more to a film than its technical qualities. The story I found the opposite of a typical movie of romantic love. It delved in to the seedy underbelly of it all. It was about two people's tragic missteps into the demise of love. At some point though, they're confronted with two real life psychotics who, through recollection of their own perverse tragic history, and while threatening the lives of our lost couple, propel them into an odd awakening. The last moment of the film is crucial to see in the right light. In addition to its technical shortcoming, where I think the movie fails is in it's failure to get inside the main character's heads to the degree necessary to convey that their torturers are in league with their own emotional strife. Some imagery, including flashbacks, could have helped.
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