Mouth to Mouth 2006 NR

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An adventurous coming-of-age story that follows young rebellious Sherry through Europe as she loses her illusions, virginity and lip ring.

Starring:
Ellen Page, Natasha Wightman
Runtime:
1 hour 39 minutes

Mouth to Mouth

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Product Details

Genres Drama
Director Alison Murray
Starring Ellen Page, Natasha Wightman
Supporting actors August Diehl, Beatrice Brown, Maxwell McCabe-Lokos, Elliot McCabe-Lokos, Diana Greenwood, Eric Thal, Jefferson Guzman, Willy Rachow, Christian Näthe, Jim Sturgess, Patrícia Guerreiro, Joaquim Horta, Armin Dillenberger, Rui Silva, André Teodósio, Alberto Magassela, Márcia Cardoso, Ilidio Frances
Studio Strand Releasing
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

This movie didn't really demonstrate to me how well she can act.
College Kid
People looking for a film with Hollywood-like glamour need not bother because the comparisons are unfair.
V. Jeffrey
And the ending--I almost forgot to mention the ending--oh, wait...that's because THERE WAS NO ENDING!
ReCynd

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Plntygood on January 17, 2012
Format: DVD
I'm not one to pay much attention to movie reviews because everyone is so different. I, personally, really liked the movie. I didn't think it was a mess. I thought the kids lives were a mess but I thought the movie was made very well. It isn't supposed to look like a hollywood glam movie, because its not a hollywood glam story. I thought the lighting/sound/etc...all matched the story it was trying to tell. The movie made me angry, sad, interested, scared, and relieved. It vaguely reminded me of SLC Punk, or Brokedown Palace, or stories along that line. However I wouldn't compare it to them. It is it's own story. It shows you things you don't want to see, it makes you feel emotions you don't want to feel. I would recommend it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Robert Finlan on August 23, 2013
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I selected this movie as I am an Ellen Page fan. I wasn't expecting much, but it was a surprisingly engaging film. It shows how impressionable kids taking a Summer to pack around Europe can be influenced by good intentions that deteriorate into a cult with advantage being taken by a controllng sociopath. It was inspiring to see a young person of intelligence eventually rise above it and have the courage to escape it and mature in the process. Ellen Page did a sensational job and was identified by a film critic as a potential super star. In the last 8 years, she has proven him right. I would recommend this film for those tracking the evolution of Ellen Page as an actress and for those interested in a good coming of age film with grit and realism.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ReCynd on September 25, 2012
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I'm sucker for street kid/gritty/coming-of-age films. Sure, I can always HOPE for some cult action, but as my mother used to say, "wanting ain't getting", and besides, I'm not usually that greedy. So how could a movie with all FOUR of these fabulous elements go wrong? Well, "Mouth to Mouth" manages, and the result is a train-wreck, minus the drama.

Perhaps it's the acting: sub-par at best (and cringe-worthy at worst). The biggest offender in this regard was Natasha Wightman (hang your head and hide your face, Natasha! How could you?), though there wasn't a good performance in the bunch. But the pacing was just as awful as the acting; I mean, what a DOG. WOOF. Was the editor paid by the frame? Or was it an attempt to be artistic? Whatever it was supposed to be, the result was really hard to watch. And the ending--I almost forgot to mention the ending--oh, wait...that's because THERE WAS NO ENDING!

The best thing I can say about the movie is that I DID manage to sit through the whole thing (and I can't say that about every horrible movie I've ever seen); it wasn't boring, exactly, and it wasn't all that long at 101 minutes. How sad is it, though, when this is the highest compliment I can muster? That I actually managed to endure it?

Maybe the movie would appeal to very small slice of the disaffected, suburban, 15-year-old girl-with-a-chip-on-her-shoulder audience. Thank heavens, that's not me anymore. However, if that IS you, I'd recommend you skip this one and try "Thirteen" instead...it's so much better and (if I recall correctly) it actually has a POINT.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Dude on May 12, 2012
Format: DVD
This movie is about an idiot that thinks living on the street and eating out of garbage cans is a better life than getting a job. This loser convinces other homeless people to join his group. Very good acting but the simple concept for a story and an annoying guy that talks weird ruined it a little. It felt depressing to watch so many people being so stupid. If you are looking for a movie because you like Ellen Page, look elsewhere.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By V. Jeffrey on July 4, 2011
Format: DVD
This movie certainly has its flaws but it is an interesting one. People looking for a film with Hollywood-like glamour need not bother because the comparisons are unfair. The lighting and camera work are sketchy and needed improvement but the themes and ideas and Ellen Page's performance as well as the rest of the cast make it worthwhile in my opinion. Especially if you are a fan of Page's work. I especially liked Maxwell McCabe-Lokos's performance as Mad Ax.

I won't bother with summarising it here as you can find that elsewhere. The dance sequences, while interesting and bringing spontaneity to a film that would otherwise be completely grim but go on a little too long and the story does seem to meander on the middle of the film. it starts off with a brisk pace from the beginning but the brisk storytelling seems to lapse a little later. The film while not wrapping things up in a big pretty bow does give the viewer a little hope at the end. length was perfect. Not one of the best films I've seen but it is an interesting one and I'm glad I saw it.
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