|Directed by Midi Onodera|
|Canada, 1994 (avant-garde / fiction, 88 minutes, colour)|
"Important for its immersion in gender and sexual identity, Skin Deep is a psychological thriller about Alex, a filmmaker fascinated with body art, and her unstable aide, Chris. Their professional and personal worlds become inextricably intertwined."
-- Magali Simard (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Written by:||Midi Onodera, Barbara O'Kelly|
|Produced by:||Mehernaz Lentin, Phillip Ing, Midi Onodera|
|Principal Cast:||Natsuko Ohama, Keram Malicki-Sanchez, Dana Brooks, Melanie Nicholls-King, David Crean|
|Film Editing:||Sarah Peddie|
|Production Company:||Daruma Pictures|
"[Midi] Onodera's film [Skin Deep] looks at the way we preconceive gender and sexuality and
tries to break down some of society's limiting notions of what it is to be
female or male."
-- Alison Darren (source)