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FlySpy (2016)

A young genius deviant uses a radio controlled drone fly with a camera in its head to spy on his ex-girlfriend.


Daniel M. Smith


Simon Hewitt
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Cast overview:
Ophelia Lovibond ... Haley
Sam Hoare ... John
Lewis Rainer ... Greg
Carolin Ott Carolin Ott ... Policewoman
Toby Liszt Toby Liszt ... Policeman


FlySpy is a short-film about a young, genius deviant called Greg, who has made a wirelessly controlled robot drone in the form of a fly with a camera in its head. Everything the fly can see Greg can also see through a virtual reality headset. He is deeply obsessed with his ex-girlfriend Haley and is so consumed by such obsession he goes to the extent of secretly flying the fly into her house through an air vent so he can spy on her without her knowledge. Now, with Haley completely unaware, Greg can watch her most intimate moments through the fly's camera eyes. But Greg witnesses something he wasn't expecting. Haley's relationship with her new boyfriend is poisonous. She is emotionally and psychologically trapped and being abused by her new boyfriend. Greg, however, doesn't do the right thing and help Haley sort things out - instead he coerces her in to making a pact: if she sleeps with him one more time he will get rid of her abusive boyfriend forever. Or so he thought...

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Short | Sci-Fi







Release Date:

22 April 2016 (USA) See more »

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Flat Cap Films, Talesmith See more »
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FlySpy is one of the first films to experiment with merging 2D viewing with an immersive virtual reality experience. The film was released in two versions: one in the traditional 2D format and the other as a virtual reality film. See more »

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a sort of if answer
13 February 2020 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

At the first sigh, a bizarre love story. In essence , the portrait of that curiosity defining our voyerism- if I see...everything. If I am a minuscule fly, seeing, not beeing saw. The film gives the perfect answer. About a sort of jealousy, about a form of justice and, not the last, about a delicate side of justice. Inspired end, admirable performances.

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