Written and directed by Japanese filmmaker Makoto Nagahisa, And So We Put Goldfish In The Pool (Soushite watashitachi wa pûru ni kingyo o) won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. It tells the story of four teenage girls who feel trapped in their home town and, in a somewhat madcap fashion, questions the meaning of life. The title refers to 400 goldfish that the girls save from a festival in one of the least successful rescue missions in history. It is a post-modern film employing a dizzying array of different styles, but this and the girls' constant quest for fun could be seen as a counterpoint to the theme - that everything we do is essentially pointless in the end. It is very much like MacBeth's "sound and fury" soliloquy in that respect. If you like And So We Put Goldfish In The Pool, be sure to rate it and share it.

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