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Nick (Justin Chatwin) is the victim of brutally attack, which leaves him neither dead nor alive. Caught in limbo, his only hope of breaking free is to solve the mystery of his unfortunate circumstance --which is further complicated because he's invisible to mortal eyes.
Why Is The Invisible Rated PG-13?
The Invisible is rated PG-13 for violence, criminality, sensuality and language - all involving teens.
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Nick Powell gets a whole new view of the world when he realizes he is dead following a brutal gang beating. Others are also beaten, bullied and attacked by the criminals who kick, hit and threaten them with knives and guns—with bloody results. Characters are shot at close range as well. Stealing cars and merchandise, the crooks use force and threats to keep others in check. Family life is full of neglect and abuse for many children. Teen suicide attempts are depicted. A couple makes out in a bedroom and a girl’s naked back is seen in the shower. A nude figure on a billboard is shown. The script uses some profanities and scatological slang.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: 14A
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The Invisible appears on DVD with an audio commentary by director David S. Goyer and writers Christine Roum and Mick Davis. Also included are thirteen minutes of deleted scenes and the music video The Kill by 30 Seconds to Mars. Audio tracks are available in Dolby Digital (English, French and Spanish), with subtitles English and French.