Synopsis by Linda Rasmussen
The Invisible Man, a German science fiction thriller, written, produced and directed by Raphael Nussbaum, is an interesting, if somewhat slow reprise of the classic H.G. Wells novel, The Invisible Man, combined with elements of the famous Dr. Mabuse films, a series based on the Fritz Lang classic The Thousand Eyes of Dr Mabuse about a scientist who can also make himself invisible. In this version, originally titled Der Unsichtbare, two men desperately search for a professor (Has von Borsody) who has disappeared under mysterious circumstances. While this German production has some interesting moments, it is derivative and predictable, and fans of the Invisible Man series should stick to the original.
invisibility, man, professor, search