Visible is an inspiring short film about the importance of being yourself, delivered with an intriguing sci-fi twist.

In this future Earth, most people have inexplicably become invisible, with only those who “express who they truly are, good or bad,” reappearing. It’s a pointed metaphor about how we can hide our true selves through fear of being judged, raising questions about depression and loneliness in the process.

Lost’s Henry Ian Cusick, looking like a young, stubbled Alan Rickman, gives an entrancing lead performance opposite the excellent Sonya Walger, whilst the direction from Clay Delauney is superb at capturing a melancholy yet hopeful mood.

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INFORMATION

CAST: Henry Ian Cusick, Sonya Walger

DIRECTOR: Clay Delauney

WRITER: Andrea Snider

SYNOPSIS: Seventy years ago the entire human race turned invisible. Ten years ago, a small number of people began to mysteriously reappear. Should Guy, a conflicted artist, become visible and accept a life of vulnerability and possible judgment, or stay invisible and risk losing an existence of passion, honesty, and love?