FairyTale: A True Story (1997) Trailer

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FairyTale: A True Story (1997) - Trailer

FairyTale: A True Story (1997) - Trailer
Year: 1997
Genres: Drama, Mystery, Fantasy, Family
Type: Trailers
Duration: 1M37S
Cast: Bill Nighy, Harry Fielder, Mel Gibson, Peter O'Toole, David Calder, Harvey Keitel, John Bradley, Joseph May, Paul McGann, Tim McInnerny, Jason Salkey, Bob Peck, Sean Buckley, Barbara Hicks, Anton Lesser, Angus Barnett, Phoebe Nicholls, Ina Clough, Sara Li Gustafsson, Leonard Kavanagh, Carol Noakes, Tara Kemp, Sarah Marsden, Stephen Chapman, William Lawrance, Tara Marie, Bill Stewart, Caleb Lloyd, Alannah McGahan, Stuart Howson
Director(s): Charles Sturridge

Trailer: FairyTale: A True Story (1997)

In 1917, two children take a photograph, which is soon believed by some to be the first scientific evidence of the existence of fairies.

Do you believe? Young Frances and Elsie do. They say they've encountered the supernatural. They've met fairies. The photos the girls take of the winged beings put them at the center of a real-life controversy that sweeps England during World War I. Everyone is caught up in the excitement, including two of the era's most renowned men: Sherlock Holmes' author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Peter O'Toole) and master illusionist Harry Houdini (Harvey Keitel). Are the girls' photos real or a clever hoax? One thing is for sure: with enchantment, a sense of wonder and glorious special effects, FairyTale: A True Story is superb family entertainment. via Fairytale: A True Story - Trailer


Based on factual accounts, this is the story of two young girls that, somehow, have the ability to take pictures of winged beings... which certainly causes quite a stir throughout England during the time of the first World War. Everyone, except the girls who think it's quite normal, are excited about this "photographic proof" that fairies exist... even the great Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Harry Houdini pay the girls a visit.