Why was this movie called The Fly?

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The film The Fly was announced at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival.

The film has been nominated for multiple Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Cinematography, and won the 2016 Independent Spirit Award.

It was released theatrically in October 2017.

A synopsis for the film is available below:In a post-apocalyptic future, an alien parasite has invaded the human race, turning millions into deadly creatures.

The world is in turmoil as the humans battle for survival.

After an unexpected outbreak, the human government declares a nationwide quarantine.

As a quarantine is lifted, an organization called The Crew finds itself caught between the governments demands for survival and the infected.

The Crew’s mission is to evacuate the human population from the city, which is in a state of chaos and destruction.

Their task will be difficult, and they must learn to work together as a team in order to escape from the quarantine.

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