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"Hélène and Philippe make silent love more easily than they communicate verbally. The camera here is definitely non-traditional: We see more of Philippe's body than Hélène's, and the scene ends with a brief, humorous shot of Hélène's foot. One might say that Solo is the type of film that Teresa de Lauretis had in mind when she stressed the importance of addressing the spectator as female."
-- Michele Anderson

Anderson, Michele. "Female Subjects in the Films of Paule Baillargeon." Québec Studies 26 (Autumn 1998). (p. 81)