The Fairy released in cinemas today

French burlesque comedy The Fairy is released in cinemas today. From directorial trio Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon, and Bruno Romy The Fairy was part the Offical Selection in Quinzaine at Cannes Film Festival, and also an Official Selection at the London Film Festival. For a full list of where the film is showing, as well as to view the trailer, please visit The Fairy page by clicking here.

Third feature from anarchic comedy trio Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordon and Bruno Romy, The Fairy is a colourful burlesque comedy that succeeds in being both charming and hilarious.

Social misfit Dom works the night shift in a small hotel near the industrial sea port of Le Havre. One night, a woman called Fiona arrives with no luggage and no shoes and tells Dom she is a fairy, granting him three wishes. It is love at first sight. After making two of his wishes come true, Fiona mysteriously disappears. After searching for her high and low, heart broken Dom eventually finds her in the psychiatric hospital where she has been committed.

The opening night film of Director's Fortnight in Cannes this year, The Fairy casts a distinctive spell that continues to enchant audiences.

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