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
If you’re into more art house style stuff you’ll like it, it’s not really a “traditional” vampire movie and the pacing felt a little slow. Not a bad movie, just not for me.
Super good. Definitely paced more like an arthouse film, but that shouldn't be a deterrent. It really drove home how revolting drinking someone's blood would be like no other vampire movie I've seen before. On the whole, it was a good, thoughtful treatment of a Martin-esque character. Some horror should be disturbing.
i hate this movie! not sure if it's dumb or i don't want to accept the story. i don't know but that's maybe why i'm on edge about it and it wants me to. think it's pretentious but sad cause i'm human. i suck, so that's the best i can do for this.
i liked it alot different and fresh crazy
i liked it alot