Synopsis by Perry Seibert
Azazel Jacobs' Nobody Needs to Know is an unconventional indie art film. The audience hears the voice of a rap artist on the soundtrack while seeing images of New York City. A director is attempting to cast the female lead in his new movie by having the women improvise death scenes. When one mentally unstable woman leaves the audition, the director is overcome with the desire to locate her. Nobody Needs to Know was screened at the Rotterdam Film Festival.