Sent to Paris to find a prince charming, Blondine (Sarah-Jeanne Labrosse) and Mélusine (Mylène Saint-Sauveur) are determined to find a prince charming. With the help of Pauline (Flavia Coste), they go to a Parisian party. After observing Pauline’s approach techniques, the fairies manage to leave with two men from the party. In reality, this party takes place in the restaurant of the Mercure hotel in Angoulême and not in Paris.
To accentuate the gap between the fairies and Parisian life, a Franco-Quebec partnership was very quickly evoked in order to have two Quebecois actresses in the role of Blondine and Mélusine. The two actresses are not the only ones from this province of Canada since the music of the film is signed Jorane, a Quebec singer admired by the director.
One of Flavia Coste’s main objectives was to make a film accessible to everyone, from 8 to 88 years old.
Mercure Angoulême - Hôtel de France
The Mercure d’Angoulême is a four-star hotel located in the center of the city.
Former home of the Guez de Balzac family where Jean-Louis Guez de Balzac was born, the Mercure Angoulême Centre hotel is a prestigious hotel located in an old historical building with 1500 m² of garden with a panoramic view on the city.
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By Damien Biju