‘Little Fish’ chronicles the all too familiar phenomena of a global pandemic, sweeping the world without control. Pointedly, the film asks “When your disaster is everyone’s disaster, how do you grieve?” As the sickness, which causes you to slowly lose all your memories, runs rampant, the viewer follows an incredibly charming young married couple, played masterfully by Olivia Cooke and Jack O’Connell. They fight to hold their relationship together before the disease can erase all memory of their love.sex shop
When ‘Little Fish’ was made in 2019, the idea of an international pandemic seemed like a piece of science-fiction. But now in 2021, it’s the reality we are living in. The film, eerily, is also set in 2021. O’Connell and Cooke are brilliant. ‘Little Fish’ is definitely worth a watch even though it’s just like the reality we are living in now.
In Theatres (in the U.S.) and On Demand on February 5, 2021