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No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story. Compare ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackfly}}'', a later animated short from the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada'' which has a rather different take on flies.

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No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story. Compare ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackfly}}'', a later animated short from the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada'' Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada, which has a rather different take on flies.


* HumansAreCthulhu: Certainly they are from the perspective of the fly, which desperately tries to escape as an unseen force stalks it around the mansion. Consider also that the person could have simply opened the window rather than killing the fly. And then there's the bright blinking light from the house that drew the fly in--was the person luring bugs into the house to kill?

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* HumansAreCthulhu: Certainly they are from the perspective of the fly, which desperately tries to escape as an unseen force stalks it around the mansion. Consider also that the person could have simply opened the window rather than killing the fly. And then there's the bright blinking light from the house that drew the fly in--was the person luring bugs into the house to kill?kill? Considering the person has a collection of pinned insects, it is entirely possible.


No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story. Compare ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackfly}}'', a later animated short from the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada'' with a similar conceit.

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No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story. Compare ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackfly}}'', a later animated short from the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada'' with which has a similar conceit.
rather different take on flies.


No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story.

to:

No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story.
story. Compare ''WesternAnimation/{{Blackfly}}'', a later animated short from the Creator/NationalFilmBoardOfCanada'' with a similar conceit.


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* HumansAreCthulhu: Certainly they are from the perspective of the fly, which desperately tries to escape as an unseen force stalks it around the mansion.

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* HumansAreCthulhu: Certainly they are from the perspective of the fly, which desperately tries to escape as an unseen force stalks it around the mansion. Consider also that the person could have simply opened the window rather than killing the fly. And then there's the bright blinking light from the house that drew the fly in--was the person luring bugs into the house to kill?

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* ImpairmentShot: Ends with one last shot from the perspective of the dying fly as it is pinned to a display case.

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No connection to the short story "Literature/TheFly" or any of the several movies that were adapted from that short story.

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''The Fly'' is a 1980 animated short film from UsefulNotes/{{Hungary}}, written and directed by Ferenc Rofusz.

A fly flits about a forest. Eventually it wanders into a stately home located in a clearing in said forest. The fly buzzes around the mansion, exploring a new and very different environment--until it is confronted by a mortal threat.

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* DeadGuyOnDisplay: The film ends with the fly being pinned to a display panel along with other bugs that the human has killed.
* DeliberatelyMonochrome: The whole cartoon is drawn in sepia tones, representing the limited color range perceptible to a fly.
* DownerEnding: The fly is swatted.
* HumansAreCthulhu: Certainly they are from the perspective of the fly, which desperately tries to escape as an unseen force stalks it around the mansion.
* MoodWhiplash: The film, which starts out as a fun visualization of how a fly sees the world, suddenly becomes terrifying when a human shows up and starts trying to swat the fly.
* POVCam: The whole cartoon is shot from the fly's perspective; all we see of it is a couple of times when it casts its shadow on something.

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