"Incident at Restigouche is an exercise in what bell hooks calls oppositional looking, a site of resistance to the white colonizing gaze of the Québec state that sutures the viewer into an identification with the Micmac subject position through interviews and subjective camera shots."
-- Christopher E. Gittings
Gittings, Christopher E. Canadian National Cinema: Ideology, Difference and Representation. London: Routledge, 2002. (p. 217)