"While [Lost and Delirious] openly tackles the sexuality issues that [Léa] Pool raised in some of her earlier films, it is not a ringing endorsement of lesbian experimentation. Paulie's punishment and death suggest a more traditional approach to this subject matter as heterosexuality triumphs in the film when Tory redefines herself for her parents and society."
-- Jennifer L. Gauthier
Gauthier, Jennifer L. "Living In/Between: The Cinema of Léa Pool." In Great Canadian Film Directors, edited by George Melnyk. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2007. (p. 243)