Both of these characters are not quite there and they seem to feed each other's delusions, just check out the results of the invisibility suit they develop together. You will learn that a lot of the way they perceive the world around them is not reality. In another movie we would be concerned about their mental stability and thinking they should be on some form of medication. So, instead of worrying about their mental state and the possibility that it could lead them to harm themselves or others, we are meant to concern ourselves with their budding, tentative love.
Griff the Invisible is an interesting movie with a great level of sweetness to it. The plot is rather nondescript and the focus seems to be more on the characters and their perceptions and outlooks. It is a movie that is easy to get involved in, even during the multiple slow segments. I liked these characters and they have pretty good chemistry. Also, while their may be some mental health issues here, it is nice to focus on the fact they are finding ways of dealing with the world around the, and not hurting anyone without the use of medication. Just like Melody states, they are happy and not hurting anyone.
This is the debut feature from writer/director Leon Ford and it is a good one. He shows a good grasp of character and the ability to present odd characters with unique outlooks and allow them to sill exist in a reasonably believable reality. With Griff the Invisible he has made a movie that is enjoyable and does not get sucked into cynicism. This is a rather cheerful film that has a nicely optimistic bend. It is not perfect, there are definite issues with pacing, but it is more enjoyable than not.
Audio/Video. The film is presented in a ratio of 1.85:1 and is a solid looking transfer. There is very good detail, particularly in close up. I cannot say it is the very best I have ever seen, but it is quite slid. What makes the movie look as good as it does is the execution of the color palette. The color saturation shifts depending on the reality were are meant to be in, the real world is a bit muted, while the hyper-real world of Griff the hero is a bit more super saturated and bright. Both ends look quite good. I would say my favorite looking scenes are the sequences in the alley with Griff as the hero taking care of business.