"[Paule] Baillargeon's films are typified by theatrical mise-en-scène, minimalist representation, stylized acting, and long takes, features they share with the films of Lefebvre and with neo-Brechtian theatre, but that here are made to serve a radical questioning of the roles and behaviour imposed on women by the male psyche."
-- David Clandfield
Clandfield, David. Canadian Film. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1987. (p. 80)