"Janis Cole and Holly Dale have explored the margins of society in jointly-made documentaries about body-rub parlours, transvestites, prostitutes, and prison inmates. Their films, often empirical in style, present their subjects without moral judgement or analytical commentary; however, by including details that suggest parallels with the routines and norms of non-deviant behaviour and feelings, they display a passionate humanism."
-- David Clandfield
Clandfield, David. Canadian Film. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1987. (pp. 35-36)