The Blue Airplane

When an airplane realises it shouldn’t physically be able to fly it begins plummeting to its death. It is up to one of the passengers, ‘Man’, to convince the airplane that there is a point in not falling to the ground or so too will he, and hundreds more, die when the plane crashes. Slowly we see the plane and the man are the same person and eventually the plane/man convinces itself it can fly by recalling important memories of how it came to understand flight, and recovering it’s feelings of self worth, thus saving the passengers onboard and itself.