"[In her film Sabah], Ruba Nadda was determined to make Toronto look like a city for lovers. In this romance, the dramatic backdrop for that crucial first kiss is the flatiron building at Front and Wellington. Though it's no Eiffel Tower, it works just fine."
-- Jason Anderson
Anderson, Jason. "The Invisible City: What Happens When Hollywood North Plays Itself?" In The State of the Arts: Living with Culture in Toronto, edited by Jonny Dovercourt, Christina Palassio, and Alana Wilcox. Toronto: Coach House Books, 2006. (p. 72)