Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue (2010)
Around the year 1880, on a summer day, an English boy goes deep into the forest to draw pictures of nature. Suddenly the boy sees a little fairy! The creature hides, but is finally encouraged to come out when the boy gently convinces her. Full of enthusiasm, the boy returns to his village and tells a friend about his discovery. The news circulates quickly through the village and, at dusk, dozens of fairy hunters flock to the forest. The boy tries to stop them, but – in the midst of the commotion – he drops his torch and unleashes a fire that destroys the place. The fairies flee from there never to return.
The next morning, the townspeople observe the remains of the forest and blame the little one for its destruction. The boy’s father is angry with him for saying that he saw something impossible and reminds him: “Fairies do not exist!” Twenty years later, the forest has recovered and the fairies are back to bring summer. While the fairies settle in, Tinkerbell explores a house that appears to be abandoned, looking for lost objects. Upon finding her, the terrible Vidia threatens to tell everyone that Tinker Bell has broken the most important rule of the summer camp: get close to humans. The fact that Tinker Bell does not consider his behavior risky infuriates Vidia, who believes that Tinker’s recklessness will put all fairies at risk and unfortunately, she is right. Something is about to happen where true friendship will be tested.