Speaking of New York, I have an online viewing tip: a film that I came across at a small fest in San Francisco last year is now available for download. Nobody Needs to Know surprised me by being more sophisticated than I thought it was going to be at first, and several scenes have stuck with me for a long time. New York-based director Aza Jacobs tells me he put the movie online to let it go — he has since moved on to other projects — but he's had an unexpectedly strong response.
This makes two movies that I know of whose most arresting images involve Tricia Vessey in a bath tub. Trouble Every Day would be the other.