El hombre invisible
Géneros: Horror · Science Fiction · Thriller
Fecha de Lanzamiento: 2020-02-26
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Ésta Película Es Sobre
stalker · domestic abuse · invisible man · architect · pregnancy · violence · police detective · death · mental hospital · woman in peril · based on novel · murder · car crash · scientist · fake suicide · fire extinguisher
Cecilia (Elisabeth Moss) rehace su vida tras recibir la noticia de que su exnovio, un maltratador empedernido, ha fallecido. Sin embargo, su cordura comienza a tambalearse cuando empieza tener la certeza de que en realidad sigue vivo.
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The Invisible Man (2020)
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The Invisible Man
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