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    fly-on-the-wall

    "these are particular fly-on-the-wall documentaries "

    Please explain "fly-on-the-wall ".

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    Re: fly-on-the-wall



    This expression is used to describe a person who watches a situation without being noticed.
    "I'd like to be a fly on the wall when the management discusses my project."

    I hope that helps you

    Best regards,
    Dany


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    Re: fly-on-the-wall

    It helps.


    My regards,
    NonEnglish

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