Coming from a tragic past during World War II, Corazon (Erich Gonzales) wants only one thing in life—to conceive a child. A loving wife to Daniel (Derek Ramsay), she wishes that their five-year marriage be blessed with a baby. But fate has not been helpful as all her efforts at conception seemed futile. Together with Daniel, they leave town in search for Melinda (Techie Agbayani), a woman who could possibly help her bear their much-awaited lovechild. She is given a statue of San Gerardo, the patron saint for pregnant women, and was told to keep her faith no matter what happens. Her devotion pays off when she finally bears a child. On the day of the child’s birth, they find the baby dead. Corazon’s world is shattered. She keeps her faith but her child was taken from her. She becomes lunatic and keeps her stillborn child with her everywhere she goes. People start mocking her. She, on the other hand, goes more ballistic day by day. One time, she goes up to the mountain and aguishly curses God. Afterwards, she eats her dead baby. Corazon swears not to let any infant live in their community. Her anger envelopes the town in horror as a child dies each night. Can Corazon ever forgive the fate she has suffered? Will she lift her curse to spare the innocent children in their town? Will her love for Daniel prevail over the hatred in her heart? Or will her wrath live on up to the present day and remind everyone of the story behind the first aswang?