Canned Fish is about a dream where everyone becomes a canned fish, and we have to go through all the examinations, checks quality control of mass production. However, the person in the film chooses to run away from the system because they don’t want to be a product, but when they don’t have the factories seasoning salt, and preservatives they become rotten meat. But being rotten meat might be no different compared to being canned fish. My goal is to discuss how our education system, working environment, and the people around us create this production line of “can-making,” subconsciously engulfed in the aim to make money. Canned fish refers to the objectification of people, because a can is a product used to trade for money.