Ecuadorian Javier Andrade’s “The Invisible” selected for Toronto Film Festival

"The Invisible" is the story of 45-year-old Luisa, who returns from a psychiatric facility after severe postpartum depression. Her dazzling home becomes her new place of confinement, surrounded by her family and a crew of employees who strive to keep her outbursts invisible.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The film 'The Invisible' (Lo invisible), by Ecuadorian Javier Andrade, is among the Latin American films selected for the 44th edition of the Toronto International Film Festival.

The last time an Ecuadorian film made it into this festival was 17 years ago, and, since then, the international film world has become even more competitive, "which makes the feat of 'The Invisible' even more significant," says a statement on the selection.

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