Some years after the tragic events that took Scarlet Dupin’s partner, Jacques, she is recovering in a hospital for the mentally ill. The hallucinations of the Green Fairy have stopped but, Dupin is struggling to engage with other people and she spends most of her time alone. Encouraged by her Doctor she joins in with the group therapy sessions. The Doctor changes her medication and on taking it… The Green Fairy appears to her again, threatening to have more “fun”. Her pleas to to her Doctor change her medication fall on deaf ears. The psychic connection with the stone Gargoyle is created once again and unleashes terror and death on the anyone Dupin hates, it seems beyond her control. She is arrested for the murders of a patient and her doctor and taken away. While being transported to Paris for processing the stone Gargoyle comes to life and kills the two detectives transporting her. This allows her escape and she hides out in Jacques
apartment in Bruges.
It all seems to be over, no more appearances of the Green fairy or the Gargoyle, but she remains guarded and troubled. She meets a shy, unkempt novelist, Patrice Laurent in a bar and is quickly intrigued by him, she wants to make herself happy and make a new start. She attempts to develop a relationship with him, but it proves difficult having to hide her past and the ever-present lingering threat of the curse. She needn’t have worried the green fairy has found a new target. PATRICE! Dupin slowly puts all the pieces together and declares her dark past to Patrice in the hopes of stopping it. It once again falls on deaf ears and her story sounds insane. When Patrice’s ex agent turns up dead and it kills his ex girlfriend and her
new partner. Patrice has fallen under the spell and remains in a catatonic state in his hotel room. Dupin rushes to save him to try and stop it. She too falls into this catatonic state and there are now TWO GARGOYLES. A struggle and a fight between the two on the top of the famous bell tower rages. As Dupin struggles to break out of the curse. It serves as a
metaphorical duel of wills. Dupin crawls across the hotel room, her movements static and seemingly under the weight of stone. Can she break the curse? Can she recover and embark on a fulfilling relationship with Patrice or will her dark past prove too much?