Once upon a time, Queen Ella became a working mother. She and Prince Charming were bringing up their children according to principles of equality, of course, and had the best of both worlds; but they did not have much time for outside interests. Meanwhile, Ella´s fairy godmothers were finding it difficult to help her: they were all over 500 years old now, and did not get out as much as they used to.
This entertaining and thought-provoking cartoon, sequel to Through the glass ceiling and No offence, uses themes from traditional stories to raise awareness and stimulate discussion about a range of issues including part-time working, eldercare, parental leave, respite breaks, teleworking, and various positive approaches to flexible employment.
Source: Leeds Animation Workshop