"In Paule Baillargeon's 1977 short, Anastasie oh ma chérie, cinematic space and language take on specifically gendered characteristics while the main action comprises a role reversal. Instead of de-robing the female character (a female Pee Wee Herman), the intruding male characters 'transform' her, dress and make her up into a proper woman—'the beauty ideal.'"
-- Kass Banning
Banning, Kass. "'Surfacing: Canadian Women's Cinema': Festival of Festivals surveys 70 years of herstory." Cinema Canada, no. 167, October 1989. (p. 13)