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In the Bathtub of the World
Actor, artist, and filmmaker Caveh Zahedi decided to keep a video diary for the year 1999, recording one minute of his life each day from January 1st through December 31st; eventually, he edited his record of the year down to a tidy 79 minutes, and In the Bathtub of the World is the result. Zahedi shares his inner thoughts (and a number of private moments), as well as glimpses of his work and his encounters with a number of other creative people, including musicians Jonathan Richman and David Byrne, writers John Ashbery and Czeslaw Milosz, and filmmaker Jay Rosenblatt.

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"The experimental documentary turned out to be as boring as most home movies."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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