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The Invisible 2002 123movies

The Invisible 2002 123movies

Jan. 30, 200292 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Nicklas lives a pretty normal teenage life, until one day, not far from graduation, when a gangster from his school beats him up. Nicklas passes out, and the next day when he returns to school he notices that nobody seems to notice him. As he tries to get attention he notices that his actions disappear the moment he has done them. He throws a book and as soon as it lands it’s back where he picked it up. He has returned as a ghost, but he can do nothing but passively observe as the police stand clueless to the murder.
Plot: A teenager is assaulted and killed, but returns as a ghost to find his killer.
Smart Tags: #murder #boyfriend_girlfriend_relationship #female_gangster #psychotronic_film #eastern_europe #theft #based_on_novel


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The Invisible 2002 123movies 1 The Invisible 2002 123movies 26.4/10 Votes: 3,117
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Reviews:

Now you see me, now you don’t.
Niklas who soon will be graduating high school is a talented writer who dreams are truly fulfilled when he’s invited to intend a interview in London where his writing aspirations can be realised, but his mum has no idea about. When his mum does finds out, Niklas is torn between either staying or leaving, but he finally goes with the latter. Walking home one night after a party he’s set upon by a group thugs from his school, who heavily beat him up and leave him for dead in a ditch. The next morning he goes off to school on his supposedly last day, but what becomes clear is that no one can see him and he slowly learns that he’s a ghost who can only watch on, as the authorities try to figure out what happen to him.

Ideas might be running short in Hollywood, but it’s not the trend in this Swedish fantasy-drama that’s powerfully moving without being overly wretched. Like fellow users have mentioned the strong aspect about this story is how the cards play out, especially that of certain characters. You can’t help but feel sorry for those ones you think that you’ll hate and vice versa. I’ve got to take my hat of to the young cast; Gustaf Skarsgard as the very promising Niklas and Tuva Novotny as the hard nosed delinquent Annelie are exceptionally good. The concept behind the story might not be new, but the cleverly defined presentation was definitely refreshing and it did put out many questions that folded out rather intriguingly and lead to some surprising advancements. It does start off like your glum (if basic) teen high school fare where you have your good and bad students, but then it breaks the mould when it heads into its fantasy territory, but still it does keep that raw edge. After the death of Niklas we follow (just like he does when he finds out he can’t interfere) the police investigation of his disappearance and we see that of emotional developments; why certain people hide behind images they create and see people learning when its best to let go, which makes the whole experience even more depressingly, down trodden. Stuck in are some brutally violent and arrestingly intense moments that come from nowhere and give the story some biting attitude mixed in rather well with the wholesomely, heart-felt moments. The script is pretty serious with the odd dark joke here or there and a nice couple of surreal moments, but mostly its torn between sprawling out on the harrowing burden that these characters face. The production does feel like a TV movie but these glossy elements are silkily done with great verve in its direction and the films moves along in a rather snappy pace.

A emotionally, touching fantasy-drama that’s beautifully implemented with excitingly, different results.

Review By: lost-in-limbo Rating: 8 Date: 2006-04-04
Now you see me, now you don’t.
Niklas who soon will be graduating high school is a talented writer who dreams are truly fulfilled when he’s invited to intend a interview in London where his writing aspirations can be realised, but his mum has no idea about. When his mum does finds out, Niklas is torn between either staying or leaving, but he finally goes with the latter. Walking home one night after a party he’s set upon by a group thugs from his school, who heavily beat him up and leave him for dead in a ditch. The next morning he goes off to school on his supposedly last day, but what becomes clear is that no one can see him and he slowly learns that he’s a ghost who can only watch on, as the authorities try to figure out what happen to him.

Ideas might be running short in Hollywood, but it’s not the trend in this Swedish fantasy-drama that’s powerfully moving without being overly wretched. Like fellow users have mentioned the strong aspect about this story is how the cards play out, especially that of certain characters. You can’t help but feel sorry for those ones you think that you’ll hate and vice versa. I’ve got to take my hat of to the young cast; Gustaf Skarsgard as the very promising Niklas and Tuva Novotny as the hard nosed delinquent Annelie are exceptionally good. The concept behind the story might not be new, but the cleverly defined presentation was definitely refreshing and it did put out many questions that folded out rather intriguingly and lead to some surprising advancements. It does start off like your glum (if basic) teen high school fare where you have your good and bad students, but then it breaks the mould when it heads into its fantasy territory, but still it does keep that raw edge. After the death of Niklas we follow (just like he does when he finds out he can’t interfere) the police investigation of his disappearance and we see that of emotional developments; why certain people hide behind images they create and see people learning when its best to let go, which makes the whole experience even more depressingly, down trodden. Stuck in are some brutally violent and arrestingly intense moments that come from nowhere and give the story some biting attitude mixed in rather well with the wholesomely, heart-felt moments. The script is pretty serious with the odd dark joke here or there and a nice couple of surreal moments, but mostly its torn between sprawling out on the harrowing burden that these characters face. The production does feel like a TV movie but these glossy elements are silkily done with great verve in its direction and the films moves along in a rather snappy pace.

A emotionally, touching fantasy-drama that’s beautifully implemented with excitingly, different results.

Review By: lost-in-limbo Rating: 8 Date: 2006-04-04

Other Information:

Original Title Den osynlige
Release Date 2002-01-30
Release Year 2002

Original Language sv
Runtime 1 hr 41 min (101 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Drama, Fantasy, Thriller
Director Joel Bergvall, Simon Sandquist
Writer Mick Davis, Mats Wahl
Actors Gustaf Skarsgård, Tuva Novotny, Li Brådhe
Country Sweden
Awards 10 wins & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


Technical Information:

Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Sony CineAlta HDW-F900
Laboratory Film-Teknik, Stockholm, Sweden
Film Length 2,773 m (Sweden)
Negative Format Video (HD)
Cinematographic Process HDCAM (1080p/24)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)

The Invisible 2002 123movies
The Invisible 2002 123movies
Original title Den osynlige
TMDb Rating 6.3 31 votes

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