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A Goldfish Documentary
8-minutes
As their owners drive to the edge of the country, Noodles and Tony P. can only swim to the edge of their bowl.

A Goldfish Documentary

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A Goldfish Documentary

How does one transport goldfish across the country in a safe way—which won’t spill water all over the car and which will be safe for the well-being of the fish? This often-overlooked question is answered with a unique and practical solution when goldfish owners, Steve and Elizabeth, must travel with their fish for the summer in order to attend an artist residency. ‘A Goldfish Documentary’ tells the story of Noodles and Tony P, two small goldfish from the Great Plains of Nebraska and their transformative journey to the small hamlet of Wassaic, New York. Bowl-bound meets highway-bound in this autobiographical true story.

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