The Flying Fish by Murat Sayginer is a Short Film That is Both a Trip and Thought-Provoking

Life, death, rebirth, the unknown and beyond. Past, present, and future. These are things that we humans tackle daily every day. Most times insignificant and fleeting but at times, life-changing and moving. Murat Sayginer's "The Flying Fish" is a psychedelic 20 minute romp through the minute and small to out-of-this-world realities and through time and space. It's both mesmerizing and thought-provoking at the same time.

The journey of a flying fish marks the beginning of the transition to a new era.
There are no words in this short film composed of even shorter shorts. But the lack of words or script or a clear plot does not make this any lesser experience. In fact, it elevates it as it makes you, the viewer, the master and commander of the film's purpose and message. The various shorts follow a flying fish as it witnesses various sequences of creation, destruction, war, religion, and a whole lot more. What struck us the most is how great the visuals are. Not only in terms of its artistic qualities but more so on its fidelity and professional-looking quality. The soundtrack is just the cherry on the top as the synth track that "The Flying Fish" employs sync well with the outstanding visuals on screen. While it may not be for everyone, there's no denying that "The Flying Fish" is worth your 21-minutes especially if you want to experience a trip like no other.
Rating: 4 reels

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