Invisible Man : the shooting, The Handmaid’s Tale… Elisabeth Moss speaks out in interview

Video Interview with Elizabeth Moss for Invisible Man.

Invisible Man is back in the cinema in a production Blumhouse (“Get Out, American Nightmare, Happy Birthdead). This time, the story happens in our time and the victim of the psychopath is none other than Elisabeth Moss (The Handmaid”s Tale, Us, Mad Men). PRBK has had the chance to meet the actress visiting Paris.

That is what I would do if I could be invisible ?” asks Elisabeth Moss in a paris hotel as you can see in the video above. “I would spy on players that I admire. I watch him very closely their techniques of acting.”

Invisible Man : tournage, The Handmaid's Tale... Elisabeth Moss se confie en interview

Elisabeth Moss in Paris.

Invisible Man, a supernatural thriller creepy

In Invisible Man, Elisabeth Moss does not have a role easy. She finds herself persecuted by her ex, a scientist who dark gradually into madness of a megalomaniac and murderous after becoming invisible. The problem is that nobody believes it, and that it is taken for a madwoman.

The productions Blumhouse follow and do not resemble each other. While some are content to use and abuse of jumpscares to take us out of a few rare outbursts, Invisible Man us rise gradually trouillomètre until we come to grip the armrests of our chair.

Invisible Man : tournage, The Handmaid's Tale... Elisabeth Moss se confie en interview

Invisible Man in the cinema on 26 February.

“It is my job to make you believe things that are not real”

Elisabeth Moss is not his first horror movie. Those who lived the persecution psychological “Mad Men” and who suffers still in The Handmaid”s Tale has been proven in a Us Jordan Peele a year ago. Then playing in front of an “invisible” man has not destabilized. “I think it’s a little my job to play the comedy in the face of things that are not real.” she says.

Invisible Man : tournage, The Handmaid's Tale... Elisabeth Moss se confie en interview

Elizabeth Moss, Invisible Man.

“The Handmaid’s Tale made me aware of my feminism”

Invisible Man is not just a horror film more. It is a fantasy thriller that denounces violence against women. The Invisible Man, here, shows these violent men that pass between the meshes of the nets. These guys who bash with impunity, as if the neighbors, the society, the surroundings, the authorities could not see. The heroine, it is these thousands of women, who are trying desperately to protect, to warn, to call for help, and we don’t hear, or that we don’t believe.

The Handmaid”s Tale has made me more aware of my feminism.” insists Elisabeth Moss. “I have always considered a feminist, but I think it pushed me to be more active and to show it proudly and pass the course, it was something important. It is the effect that it had on me.”

Invisible Man is currently in the cinema.

Video editing and interview by Peter Champleboux

Invisible Man : tournage, The Handmaid's Tale... Elisabeth Moss se confie en interview

Invisible Man in the cinema on 26 February.

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