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Flying Fish Sinhala Full Movie 17


Flying Fish Sinhala Full Movie 17




Flying Fish (Sinhala: ඉගිල්ලන මලුව) is a 2011 anthology film directed by Sri Lankan filmmaker Sanjeewa Pushpakumara. It was produced with the financial support of the Hubert Bals Fund of the International Film Festival Rotterdam (IFFR). The film consists of three interwoven stories that depict the lives of ordinary people in the backdrop of the Sri Lankan Civil War. The film explores themes such as sexuality, violence, trauma, and survival in a war-torn country. The film has been praised for its cinematic style, realism, and courage, but also criticized for its graphic depictions of sex and violence. The film was banned in Sri Lanka by the government for its controversial content.


Plot




The film consists of three stories that are set in different locations and time periods in Sri Lanka. The first story, titled "The Land," follows a young soldier who returns to his village after a long absence. He rekindles his relationship with his childhood sweetheart, who is now married to another man. The soldier also has a sexual encounter with a widow who lives nearby. The second story, titled "The Sky," follows a teenage girl who lives in a boarding school in Colombo. She falls in love with a Tamil boy who works as a cleaner in the school. They have a secret affair, but their relationship is threatened by the ethnic tensions and violence that erupt in the city. The third story, titled "The Sea," follows a fisherman who lives in a coastal town. He is married to a woman who was raped by a group of soldiers during the war. He also has a mistress who works as a prostitute. He becomes involved in smuggling weapons for the Tamil rebels, but his life is endangered when he is caught by the navy.


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Cast





  • Kaushalaya Fernando as Soldier



  • Nimmi Harasgama as Widow



  • Chaminda Sampath Jayaweera as Soldier's friend



  • Siththi Mariyam as Soldier's mother



  • Gayesha Perera as Schoolgirl



  • Sanjeewa Dissanayake as Schoolboy



  • Sumathy Sivamohan as Schoolgirl's mother



  • Wasantha Moragoda as School principal



  • Akash Mahawatte as Fisherman



  • Nilanka Dahanayake as Fisherman's wife



  • Dilhani Ekanayake as Prostitute



  • Samanalee Fonseka as Prostitute's daughter



  • Rathna Lalani Jayakody as Prostitute's mother




Reception




The film premiered at the IFFR in January 2011, where it received positive reviews from critics and audiences. The film also won several awards at international film festivals, such as the NETPAC Award at the Jeonju International Film Festival, the Best Director Award at the Mumbai International Film Festival, and the Special Jury Prize at the Dubai International Film Festival. However, the film also faced controversy and censorship in Sri Lanka, where it was banned by the government for its portrayal of the military and the ethnic conflict. The director and the cast received death threats and harassment from nationalist groups and media outlets. The film was also banned in China and Iran for its sexual content. Despite these challenges, the film has been widely acclaimed as one of the most important and daring films from Sri Lanka in recent years. The film has been praised for its artistic vision, social commentary, and humanistic approach to the complex realities of war and peace.


References





  • [Flying Fish (film) - Wikipedia]



  • [Flying Fish (ඉගිල්ලන මළුව) Film. New Trailer for Sri Lankan release with thusith s.]



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