"Joyce Wieland's films gather together what matters—matters of heart, home and country, in a language of flesh and of roses, a language of love. Her concern is to make an ecological vision, one that has respect for all things, what matters: plant matter, animals, people, history, politics, art, the landscape itself."
-- Leila Sujir
Sujir, Leila. "'A Language of Flesh and Roses'." ["[Originally published in] Canada House Bulletin (London, U.K., Jan.-Feb. 1988)."] In The Films of Joyce Wieland, edited by Kathryn Elder. Toronto: Toronto International Film Festival Group, 1999. (p. 147)