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Transference: Escape the Dark


Canada 2020
produced by
Matthew Ninaber, Jennifer Lloyd, Aaron Tomlin, Michael Kuntz (executive), Ping Zing Holdings (executive), Cal Waddell (executive), Tim Streit (executive), Ralph Ninaber (executive), Jennifer Myers (executive), Jehan Hashim (executive), David Jaenen (executive), Richard Lloyd (executive) for Never the Hero, High Rise Studio
directed by Matthew Ninaber
starring Jeremy Ninaber, Melissa Joy Boerger, Aaron Tomlin, Ethan Mitchell, Jehan Hashim, Eamon Hanson, Marlo Milstone, Gary Kirkham, Matthew Ninaber, Jennifer Cornish, Brian Otto, Rikki Wright, Tony Nash, Justin Moses, Christian Noble, Ketrice Anderson, Matt Daciw, Dan Siswanto
written by Matthew Ninaber, Jennifer Lloyd, Aaron Tomlin, music by SemantixSound (= Kevin Wideman, Sean Croley, Tony Lind

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ever since the death of their father (Matthew Ninaber), Joshua (Jeremy Ninaber) has been in charge of his twin sister Emma (Melissa Joy Boerger), but she has some special supernatural abilities that not only make her a threat to others but might also attract the attention of all sorts of agencies, government and otherwise. At long last, Joshua decides to put her in an asylum, and pays hush money to a orderly, Doug (Ethan Mitchell) - but that doesn't go well when several patients try to commit suicide spontaneously, which of course was Emma's doing. So Joshua accepts the help of a renegade doctor, Malcolm (Aaron Tomlin), and hides Emma away in hid dad's bomb shelter. And everything goes well for a while - sure, Joshua has to make money in illegal and secret prize fights, but at least that's something he gets a kick out of, and he even finds a girlfriend in Amanda (Jehan Hashim). Thing is, Malcolm hasn't come to Joshua to cure Emma's powers as he promised, but to set them free and cultivate them, so he feeds her with (mostly false) information that's bound to infuriate her, until she unleashes her anger in an outburst  of all she has got - which is pretty much, which makes this a plan bound to end in chaos ...


Without ever actively touching that genre, Transference is pretty much the dark side of a superhero flick, a film that doesn't celebrate but question superpowers, and that puts a philosophical rather than spectacle-prone spin on things. But that's not to say Transference is a brain-heavy meditation on the theme at all, there's still plenty of action, the movie's strong on atmosphere, and it's got a nice mystery feel to it that keeps one guessing throughout. And of course interesting and relatable characters embodied by a very able cast don't hurt one bit either to turn this into very enjoyable genre entertainment.


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