An adaptation of sorts of the classic HG Wells novel of the same name, this US–Australian–Canadian co-production uses its familiar premise to convey the horrors of domestic violence. Speaking to director Leigh Whannell, Elizabeth Flux finds that the film uses narrative ambiguity, transcendence of genre and a contemporary setting to thought-provoking effect.
Elisabeth Moss, Hollow Man, family violence, horror film, science fiction, psychological thriller, trauma, abuse, technology
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