Directed by Michael O'Shea
Set in Queens, New York City, THE TRANSFIGURATION is an atmospheric drama that focuses on 14-year-old Milo (Eric Ruffin), a troubled outsider who takes refuge in the vampire mythology he studies to the point of obsession. When a chance encounter with neighbour Sophie (Chloe Levine) leads him to develop new, romantic feelings, Milo struggles to suppress his dark urges - and a terrible secret.
14-year-old Milo is a troubled outsider who takes refuge in the vampire mythology he studies to the point of obsession. When a chance encounter with neighbour romantic feelings, Milo struggles to suppress his dark urges.
Cast: Eric Ruffin, Chloe Levine
waste of time
Ultimately heartbreaking. This is a tough review to write because The Transfiguration IS well written, well acted, and very well produced on what I can only assume was a shoestring budget, if that. BUT it is ultimately heartbreaking and devastating. Not what I look for in the vampire genre or the horror/thriller genre. It’s a well-executed production, but I don’t like to watch movies that make me feel awful afterward. Tragic to the Nth degree.
Slow burn! It is a bizarre tale and you just feel so sad for all the charecters. It is not a feel good movie but its still good.
I thought it was a very interesting movie. A great plot.
Love love love this subtle spooky movie. Not an actual vampire story, but better for it.