“A subversive, pleasurable, and combative [piece of] queer cinema.”
—La Cinémathèque Québécoise
“A complex exploration of how subculture is articulated through style, and a poignant study in erotic fascination.”
—Museum of Modern Art
A swishy gay hairdresser lusts for a skinhead in this controversial Super 8 feature from Bruce LaBruce. Both a loose remake of Robert Altman’s THAT COLD DAY IN THE PARK and a vivid document of Toronto’s queercore scene, NO SKIN OFF MY ASS is a rarely screened and uncompromising classic of New Queer Cinema.