"Must see! Invisible isn't always easy to watch, but Bojanov's film is so compelling you just can't turn away." - The New York Post
After the crumbling of the Soviet Union, heroin flooded many Eastern European cities, and by the late 1990s, heroin addiction had become an epidemic.
Invisible is an intimate look at six young addicts in Sofia, Bulgaria. The film follows them on a three-year journey through the highs and lows, dreams and tribulations of life with heroin addiction.
Invisible is unprecedented in presenting perspectives influenced by drug-induced euphoria as well as the subsequent reality. The film accomplishes that without passing judgments, trivializing, denigrating, or exploiting the people involved.