This is a bit of an abstract question so I'll try explain this as best I can from the bottom up.
I would like to know if it is possible to observe a sheet of fluid, much like a sheet of glass, falling completely flat and level.
Imagine a volume of water that is at rest on some sort of very, very fast trap door, which once opened, would allow the volume of water to retain its shape and fall through the trap door.
Is this possible if it were done in a room containing a near-perfect vacuum to discount drag effects? would things like surface tension stop this happening? perhaps using a super-fluid?