Stênio works the night shifts at the morgue in a large, violent city. At dawn in the morgue, he is never alone, because he has a paranormal gift and can communicate with the dead. When the confessions he hears from the beyond reveal secrets of his own life, Stênio unleashes a curse that brings danger and death to himself and his family.
A director and screenwriter, he majored in Journalism at PUC-RS and holds a graduate degree in Film from the Columbia University. He directed the shorts Nocturnu (best short at the Gramado Festival, 1999), Amor É Só de Mãe (2002, winner of 15 awards worldwide, including best short at the Canadian Fantastic Film Festival) and Ninja (2010, winner of 12 awards worldwide). This is his first feature as a director.