Jerome Sable, Doug Liman and Julina Tatlock on the set of “Invisible.”
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Here's a series that aims to break rules in every direction. Though it unfolds in 360-degree virtual reality, "Invisible" is a scripted tale of sci-fi corporate treachery that draws from a century's worth of 2-D filmmaking lore.It tells a story of the wealthy and ruthless Ashland family, whose grip on the global economy has been clinched by certain family members' ability to make themselves invisible and wage mischief with this tactical advantage.The first season of five six-minute episodes is available free. Even as it lets viewers roam its panoramic 3-D canvas, "Invisible" spins out a narrative governed not by each viewer but by its filmmakers.No superstars like Matt Damon or Angelina Jolie – though his capable "Invisible" cast includes Sofia Black-D'Elia, of HBO's "The Night Of".How to spare the viewer from distractions? It all comes down to writing, staging and performances, Liman explains.
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