A co-production series of Logline Production and Czech Television broadcasted from 5th September 2014 every Friday at 8 pm on CT. There are 4 per cent of them, and they live among us. It’s not a fairy tale. It’s a pure reality. Without even knowing it, we meet them every day. They work in schools and offices, as shop assistants and streetcar drivers. However, they mostly seek jobs at swimming pools, river dams, water pipelines, and, if there’s no help, sewers. Those with the highest rank are in the government, taking on the positions such as heads of watershed management authorities, water management departments at the ministries and their powerful lobby may even own the profitable packed water business. Those unlucky to find a good job just go without water. They went into hiding and older nixes admonish the community to leave it that way since the time of pogroms against witches, Jews, black people, Kurds or homosexuals is not so long gone by. On the other hand, more liberal young nixes would like to come out, yet they still need to pluck up the courage to do so. Moreover, it is necessary to quit bad old habits such as doing chlorine, eating goldfish, collecting souls in mugs, and if possible, stop drowning people – or at least drown them only occasionally. All these things spoil their image and could eventually lead to a pretext for a tragedy. The community has – however – one crucial problem: low natality. The nixes are dying out. There is a growing number of cases when a young nix falls for a dry partner and then has a common dry child. A part of the youth disregards the traditions, the ideals, the kin.