Ma

Psycho-thriller about a group of party-happy teenagers who find refuge in the basement of a cute loner. But the party dream soon becomes a nightmare.
Loner Sue Ann (Oscar winner Octavia Spencer) lives alone in a large house in a sleepy Ohio town. One day she is approached by teenager Maggie (Diana Silvers) in front of a beverage market and asked if Sue Ann could buy alcohol for her and her friends. To the delight of the teenager, she agrees and then even offers her cellar rooms as a party location.
After a brief skepticism, the group insists on it and enters full of anticipation Sue Ann’s house. However, there are clear rules: At least one person must remain sober. It must not be cursed. No one is allowed to leave the basement and explore the upper floors. And Sue Ann wants to be called “Ma.”
It could not be any better for the teenagers: they finally found a safe place to drink and party – and the drink-ready Ma is always in the thick of it. But her initial hospitality soon becomes a pathological obsession. She begins to send inappropriate video messages to the teenagers, lurking after school and, as a result, has some serious talks with her parents.
Director Tate Taylor (“The Help”, “Girl on the Train”), who co-wrote the screenplay with Scotty Landes, shows with “Ma” a gripping and haunting psycho-thriller. Responsible for the production is Jason Blum and his company Blumhouse Productions (“Get Out”, “The Purge” series).
Oscar winner Octavia Spencer (“The Help”, “Hidden Figures”) excels in an equally bold and unexpected role as an initially friendly hostess, but with a different face throughout the film.
Other roles include Juliette Lewis (“From Dusk Till Dawn”), Luke Evans (“Beauty and the Beast”) and Allison Janney (“I, Tonya”).

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