Nearly 90 years after Claude Rains took off those bandages and redefined losing face, “The Invisible Man” has been repurposed in a feminist version that might be called “The Invisible Man vs. The Indomitable Woman.”

This latest iteration of the classic horror comedy centers on a visible, vulnerable female. Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss), a budding architect, is trapped in an abusive relationship with Adrian (Oliver Jackson-Cohen), a brilliant scientist specializing in optics. When she flees his bed and elegant board in the dead…



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