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Otagh (2015)


  • Genres:
    Drama | Thriller
  • Release Date:
    4 September 2015
  • Broadcast Co:
    Element Pictures - Film 4 - FilmNation Entertainment - No Trace Camping
  • Country:
    USA | UK | Canada | Ireland
  • Parental Guide:
    G (All ages admitted)
  • Status:
  • Runtime:
    1 h 58 min
  • Summary:
    Five year old Jack's entire life consists of his Ma and whatever he has where they live, Room. Room is an approximate ten by ten by ten foot cubed structure, out of which he's never been. Seven years ago, Ma - Joy Newsome, the daughter of Bob and Nancy Newsome - was abducted by "Old Nick", the man who is keeping them captive in Room, which is really a tool shed in his back yard, the shed's only door secured by a number coded keypad, the code which only Old Nick knows. They are dependent on Old Nick for their basic necessities, such as food, water, clothes and utilities. Whenever Old Nick does stay for extended visits in Room, Ma will not let Jack see him or visa versa, Jack who is supposed to hide "asleep" in the wardrobe. Old Nick has no desire to see his biological offspring anyway. To shield him from anything that is happening to them, Ma has told Jack that the two of them and Old Nick are the only real things, and that what Jack reads about in books or sees on television are all not real. Jack believes that Old Nick gets their food by magic from television. The only exposure they have to natural light is a skylight at the top of Room, out of which they can only see sky. Joy knows she can't kill Old Nick because they would still be locked in Room. Joy tried to escape only once before Jack was born, that attempt which failed and which resulted in her not having tried again... until now. She has made this decision to try to escape partly due to Jack's age where he can now understand things better, and an incident which showed Joy what were to happen if something truly did happen to Old Nick with them locked inside. If they are able to escape, not only would Jack be required to adjust to a life and a world he may have no comprehension about, but Joy may find that the outside world is much more difficult to adjust to than she imagines, and not only because of the changes to outside in seven years.

Cast & Crew

Brie Larson as Ma
Brie Larson
Jacob Tremblay as Jack
Jacob Tremblay
Sean Bridgers as Old Nick
Sean Bridgers
(Old Nick)
Wendy Crewson as Talk Show Hostess
Wendy Crewson
(Talk Show Hostess)
Sandy McMaster as Veteran
Sandy McMaster
Matt Gordon as Doug
Matt Gordon
Amanda Brugel as Officer Parker
Amanda Brugel
(Officer Parker)
Joe Pingue as Officer Grabowski
Joe Pingue
(Officer Grabowski)
Joan Allen as Nancy
Joan Allen
Zarrin Darnell-Martin as Attending Doctor
Zarrin Darnell-Martin
(Attending Doctor)
Cas Anvar as Dr. Mittal
Cas Anvar
(Dr. Mittal)
William H. Macy as Robert
William H. Macy
Jee-Yun Lee as News Anchor
Jee-Yun Lee
(News Anchor)
Randal Edwards as Lawyer
Randal Edwards
Justin Mader as FBI Agent
Justin Mader
(FBI Agent)
Ola Sturik as Reporter #1
Ola Sturik
(Reporter #1)
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll as Reporter #2
Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll
(Reporter #2)
Rory O'Shea as Reporter #3
Rory O'Shea
(Reporter #3)
Tom McCamus as Leo
Tom McCamus
Kate Drummond as Neighbour
Kate Drummond
Jack Fulton as Jack's Friend
Jack Fulton
(Jack's Friend)
Chantelle Chung as Clerk
Chantelle Chung
Derek Herd as Diner Patron
Derek Herd
(Diner Patron)
Megan Park as Laura
Megan Park
Graeme Potts as TV Cameraman
Graeme Potts
(TV Cameraman)
Katelyn Wells as Teenage Girl
Katelyn Wells
(Teenage Girl)
Brad Wietersen as TV Crewman
Brad Wietersen
(TV Crewman)

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