Liza, a rókatündér
The suitors only rival is death.
Liza, the Fox-Fairy (Hungarian: Liza, a rókatündér) is a 2015 Hungarian black comedy film directed by Károly Ujj Mészáros, starring Mónika Balsai, David Sakurai and Szabolcs Bede-Fazekas.
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Fox-fairies are evil demons from Japanese folklore, who rob men of their lives. Liza, a 30-year-old nurse, goes in search of love, but her ill-fated admirers all die on their first date.
Liza has taken care of Marta, widow of the former Japanese ambassador, for the last 12 years. Lizas only companion is her imaginary friend, Tomy Tani, the ghost of a Japanese pop singer from the 1950s. Its her birthday, and so Liza goes to a Mekk Burgers to find romance. While shes away, Marta dies. Jealous relatives report Liza to the police for murdering Marta to inherit her apartment. Sergeant Zoltan is put on the case. Liza gains confidence and begins to look better when she takes tips from a womens magazine, but all her dating efforts end in fatal accidents orchestrated by Tomy Tani. Liza is convinced that she has become a fox-fairy, a deadly demon The battle for Lizas life begins between the mysterious pop singer and Sergeant Zoltan.