The Shinoharas didn’t set many boundaries in terms of what they would—or would not—let Heinzerling film. So don’t be surprised to see the cameras follow the couple into the bathroom, or observe conversations that for other couples might be deeply private. But Noriko says that exhibitionism comes with the territory of being an artist. “Art work comes from inside of the artist, so to show how I eat and how I sleep, it’s insight,” she told The Huffington Post. “If the artist makes work and nobody looks at it, the artist is not happy, even if the artist pretends he likes solitude—to stay in the mountain or countryside. As an artist...it's exhibitionist. Since I’m not a famous artist, I have no choice. I have to look for the chance."