Good realisation of a highly interesting topic. It is not the first time that the invisible man is at work. Here, however, in a slightly different way, or rather the way his disappearance is well thought out. Although the film never really explains how it works, I personally know this from a James Bond film. So much for the spoiler. Anyway, technically the film is well made. You can really feel the fear of the main actress that there could be someone everywhere and at any time. It also gave me the creeps.
In this sense, the film lives through Elisabeth Moss, who not only conveys her fears and bad experiences in the best possible way, but also looks correspondingly worn out. Everything around is a nice horror. Not perfect and not really recommendable, but a good representative for fans of this special genre.
My ★★★★ review of The Invisible Man (2020) on @letterboxd: boxd.it/1v743T