|Directed by Kika Thorne|
|Canada, 1995 (avant-garde, 11 minutes, colour)|
"In the attempt to find out how and why her sister died, a young woman discovers her sexuality. How her desire for women is held prisoner in the mourning and mystery surrounding her sister's suicide. With a nod to the youthful fetish films of Anger and the J.D's, scenes which begin light and fun with mod girls out on an adventure, grow dense and wet as sexual longing fulminates."
-- Canadian Filmmakers Distribution Centre (source)