When Day, a sunny fellow, encounters Night, a stranger of distinctly darker moods, sparks fly! But as their suspicions turn to curiosity, they are delighted to find that this budding friendship can offer a new perspective on the world.
Were they not the keepers of daylight and darkness, Day and Night would be a couple of average Joes—Day busy with sunshine and joggers, Night focused on stars and drive-in movies. But when their paths cross, Day and Night find that they are more alike than different—both are fearful and jealous but ultimately proud to share the best of themselves. And as they discover, they're better together than apart.
The radio broadcast in "Day & Night" is taken from a talk given by Dr. Wayne Dyer,a motivational speaker and author. Director Teddy Newton remembered hearing Dr. Dyer on recordings his mother played when he was young, and he decided to incorporate one of the recordings into the film.