Tommie Haag’s review published on Letterboxd :
One thing is accomplished without fail: suspension. Another thing is also accomplished without fail: Exaggeration of how semaphorically invisible someone can be and how it apparently results in "real life invisibility".
All the talk about being a "common man" and "not beeing seen" is taken too god damn far, which renders a bit of silliness to the film which I don't enjoy.
But the way they have built up the suspension with help of plot, twists, camera angles, music and (form most of them) great acting is just fantastic.
The last part(s) of the film had me sitting on needles and flooding adrenaline through my veins. I don't usually do that or feel that way. That's a sign of great success.