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- Summary: A "Rashomon"-like portrait of Ray Johnson whose life and death -- and all the art that came in between - made him "New York's most famous unknown artist" (Grace Glueck, NY Times). (Film Forum)
- Director: John W. Walter
- Genre(s): Documentary
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90Maybe How to Draw a Bunny itself is really Ray Johnson's final testament, created with a mischievous wink from beyond the grave. After watching this extraordinary documentary, one has no doubt that such an act is well within Johnson's creative powers.
80Unlike most documentaries about arty types, John Walter's wonderfully capricious, wittily edited film about Johnson seeks to make precise all the different ways in which the artist managed to remain opaque.