Once thriving, a dead mall is now home to a ragtag flea market. Blending vérité with a stylized wit, this heartbreaking portrait raises questions about our disposable culture through the unfiltered lives of its eccentric community.

51 min / Documentary / 1.33













"One of SXSW's pleasant surprises! FISH KILL FLEA has a great early Erroll Morris feel for American weirdness" — Premiere Magazine

"An unanticipated delight" — Salon

"A wistful, thought-provoking rumination on the cost of progress" — Film Threat