Dom, a hotel night clerk in Le Havre, is chronically late for work because of a broken-down bicycle. One night, after he finally shows up, he makes himself a sandwich and sits down to listen to his favorite recording “What a Difference a Day Makes". This same night, a woman arrives with no luggage and no shoes. Her name is Fiona. She tells Dom she is a fairy and grants him three wishes. Dom asks for a scooter and petrol for life, but never mentions a third. To his surprise, Fiona grants both wishes and the couple soon becomes inseparable. Throughout a series of madcap adventures Dom and Fiona fall in love. But trouble awaits when Fiona mysteriously disappears.
Dominique Abel (b. 1957 in Brussels, Belgium) and Fiona Gordon (b. 1957 in Australia) have done a lot of odd jobs, waiting tables, modeling for painters, cooking in restaurants. Since meeting in the eighties they have created several visual theatre shows together which they have toured worldwide. In the nineties, they began making short films "Merci Cupidon" (with Bruno Romy, 1994), "Rosita (1997), "Walking on the Wild Side" (2000). They live and work in Brussels, never tiring of their favorite subject: human error.
Bruno Romy (b. 1958 in Caen, France) was a math teacher, supermarket manager, clown, technician... before deciding to make films.
Selected filmography: "Merci Cupidon" (1994, short,), "Iceberg" (2005, "Kino pavasaris"), "Rumba" (2008, "Kino pavasaris"), "The Fairy" (2011, "Kino pavasaris").
- Year: 2011
- Country: Belgium, France
- Runtime: 93 min.
- Directors: Fiona Gordon, Dominique Abel, Bruno Romy
- Screenwriters: Bruno Romy, Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon
- Actors: : Dominique Abel, Bruno Romy, Fiona Gordon, Philippe Martz, Vladimir Zorano, Wilson Goma
- Producers: Nathaniel Karmitz, Charles Gilibert, Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon
- Cinematographer: Claire Childeric
- Company: Kino pasaka / MK2
- Dialogs: French
- Subtitles: Lithuanian
- Classification: T
- IMDB rating: 6.0