“What [Jennifer] Reeder brings to Knives And Skin is a one of the most extraordinary marriages of influence (Twin Peaks, Blue Velvet, The Breakfast Club, American Graffiti) and authenticity. This is her stage where quirks and plurality are laid visceral and bare. Knives and Skin plays its part in instinctual cinema, where there’s a story amongst very little rules. It’s life. As simple as that sounds, it hits because it is who we are and who we don’t want to be, and those reactions called emotions bristling in between. It’s why I’ll be spending a lifetime with it. Knives And Skin is a revelation that we are all whole. As coming-of-age the film confesses, is a lifelong process.” Read more at Graveyard Shift Sisters.