A young man with big ears undergoes surgery to become model handsome. One day at the launderette, he meets his perfect Diesel-clad girl. Soon she's pregnant. But when she gives birth, the young man frowns. A flashback reveals the same girl - with a big nose. She too has had her flaw fixed. When we finally see the child, we recognise dad's big ears. Oh well, perfection is boring. Go with the flaw.
This is the story of a boy and a girl who meet and fall in love right after they both choose to remedy their very obvious, society-defined, flaws. In a short-movie directed, once again, by Francois Rousselet to the timeless soundtrack “What’s a Matter Baby” from Small Faces, we discover that, eventually, our so-called flaws will always be stronger than any of our attempts to hide them. So why not embrace, celebrate them and keep the world as it’s meant to be: beautifully flawed?