It all begins in a small town in Belgium near the French border, on the morning of the festival of St. Woelfred. There are dead fish scattered everywhere seemingly blown in by the wind. The lives of six people who live in the town are about to be changed forever. Journeys of self-discovery are experienced through the eyes of a magician, a writer, the town Casanova, a clairvoyant married to a drunk, a priest and a Rimbaud scholar; each seeking the answers to their individual tribulations. Despite their differences in status and occupation all characters follow a path towards recognition, whether it be of love, courage, rage, illusion or acceptance. Yet, the mystery behind the scattered fish remains unexplained. This is a story with magic and fish… and the lost poems of Rimbaud.