Synopsis by Augustine Chay
Director/co-writer Michael Chaves’s horror film draws supernatural inspiration from Mexican folklore. In 1970s Los Angeles, a social worker discovers that the children under her care are being pursued by the Weeping Woman: a female ghost who abducts living children because she lost her own child. She turns to a priest for assistance in warding off the terrifying maternal spectre.
abduction, child, evil-possession, folklore, Mexican [nationality], Mexican-American, parent/child-relationship, survival