Caught in a state of bodily limbo, well-off but emotionally isolated teenager Nick Powell (Justin Chatwin, above) must try to unravel his own death in David Goyer’s The Invisible, an evocatively gloomy, elliptical drama of redemption that pretty nicely captures the palpable disconnection of youth. The problem is that the race-against-time elements aren’t always quite galvanizing enough to elicit and hold the attention and appreciation of younger audiences wanting or expecting a goosing supernatural thriller. This is much more a character-rooted, sustained mood piece than a commercially geared film, but since it’s about teenagers, well… it faces an uphill climb wooing its target demographic. All in all, though, certainly not a bad movie. For the full review, from Screen International, click here.