Jess, a woman whose life turns surreal after an automobile accident leaves both her husband Ryan and her brother-in-law Roman in a coma. Things take an even darker turn when Roman wakes believing that he is Ryan. As Jess tries to deal with these increasingly disturbing events, she also struggles with the possibility that either the spirit of her husband has returned to her or that something very sinister is at work.Written by
The film is set in San Francisco, however it was filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia. See more »
[Jessica wants Ryan's brother Roman out of her house]
When are we getting our house back?
Everybody is always giving Roman a raw deal. He's my brother, I'm not going to do that.
I know you don't see it, but he scares me.
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This film is about a woman whose husband and her brother in law were injured in a serious car crash. After her brother in law regains consciousness, he believes that he is his brother.
"Possession" has an interesting plot which keeps you interested and guessing throughout. The mystery is preserved to the very end. Though the acting is not outstanding, the plot makes up for it. The ending is a little weird, as there are scenes which seems to contradict the ending that is suggested.
If the ending is clearer and more focused, then "Possession" would have been even better.
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