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In a future where the wealthy can escape old age and death by transferring themselves into the bodies of “refugees”, elderly German couple Hermann and Anna Goldbeck transfer themselves into the bodies of two young Africans, Apolain and Sarah.
Transfer (2010) is sci-fi, romance, and drama–and it’s true sci-fi and drama, provocative and challenging. It deals beautifully with racism, privilege, poverty, death, loneliness, and exploitation; each of the four main characters has their own views on and responses to these issues and it’s wonderful to watch a film with such dimensions and depth. The transferees and hosts share the bodies for a 20:4 hour ratio each day and the film covers the transfer’s three-month trial period in a compelling story of not just their exploring the ethics and ramifications of the situation, but of their humanity and getting to know one another.
This is a short, 93-minute German film that was shown at festivals in 2010 and released theatrically in 2011. I hope it gets an English dub someday but I thought the subtitles were fine, and I’m also impressed by its production. Despite its modest budget this film looks amazing and the performances of B.J. Britt and Regine Nehy as dual characters are beautiful. And they’re not just relying on their acting to portray such disparate characters in one body, but to carry their whole performance since they’re both African American and had to be dubbed over.
Disclaimer: Any inaccuracies in my research are my own and I may have watched this with a positive bias because of the premise and since I discovered this film because I was looking into B.J. Britt’s career (I loved him as Agent Antoine Triplett in Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. and I’m so excited he’s going to be the suitor in season 2 of UnREAL–he’s an amazing actor, it’s an amazing show, and it’s going to address having a black bachelor on a dating reality-game-show which The Bachelor hasn’t done yet so win-win-win!). I absolutely do not regret how I spent my time.