During the slavery period in Brazil, a sugar cane farm was the stage for the darkest kinds of horrors. Years later, the place's cruel past is still stained in its walls, even if unnoticed, until a series of strange events starts happening and death returns to the farm. The film is divided in five short horror stories.
Did You Know?
The Devil's Knot was filmed at Engenho Corredor. Located at the Pilar Municipality (Paraíba), the property housed the birth, childhood and youth of the novelist José Lins do Rêgo - who wrote "Menino de Engenho" ("Plantation Boy"), "Bangüê" ("Old Plantation") and "Fogo Morto" ("Dead Fire"), literary works that traced the sugarcane business and its social relations between masters an slaves. See more