The short film VISIBLE has a very provocative and unique sci-fi premise - in 2016, all of humanity suddenly turns invisible.
Scientists attempt to explain with many theories, but ultimately no one uncovers what causes this global catastrophic event.
The world as we know it comes crashing down.
Decades later, society has been rebuilt with those surviving having adapted to the new status quo.
Then a second mysterious phenomenon occurs.
A few individuals suddenly become visible again.
Evidently if someone expresses who they truly are - good or bad - and another person sees this expression - she becomes visible.
As VISIBLE opens we meet Henry Ian Cusick (Desmond, Lost), an unnamed painter who runs his own gallery.
One fateful day, a "visible" nameless woman portrayed by Sonya Walger (Penny, Lost) enters his gallery.
Their encounter changes the painter's entire life.
Written by Andrea Snider, VISIBLE is an elegant, fascinating rumination on purpose, identity, and connection.
Watching Cusick and Walger onscreen together makes you remember why their star-crossed lovers Penny and Desmond became two breakout characters on Lost.
Their onscreen chemistry remains undiminished.
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With a compellingly contemplative premise, exquisite direction, gorgeous cinematography, and two charismatic leads, VISIBLE is a singular viewing experience.
Discover more about this fascinating short film by visiting its official website: VisibleMovie.com
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