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Mouth to Mouth (2005)

Not Rated | | Drama | 9 May 2008 (UK)
An adventurous coming-of-age story that follows young rebellious Sherry through Europe as she loses her illusions, virginity and lip ring.

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Cast

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Sherry
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Sherry's Mother Rose
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Tiger
Beatrice Brown ...
Nancy
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Mad Ax
Elliot McCabe-Lokos ...
Manson
Diana Greenwood ...
Dog
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Harry
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Blade
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Scrawny Boy
Christian Näthe ...
Heckler
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Red
Patrícia Guerreiro ...
Squeegee Girl
Joaquim Horta ...
Cute Guy
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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.

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Close Your Eyes and Picture the Perfect World

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Not Rated | See all certifications »

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9 May 2008 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Mouth to mouth - Rebelle adolescence  »

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$1,406 (USA) (21 May 2006)
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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

All the cast members really shaved their heads for the film, so the entire movie had to be shot in sequence. Ellen Page walked around with her half her hair shaved off for a full day. See more »

Goofs

When Rose says she needs to pay the car rental, she says she's going to give the car back, in Lisbon (Portugal), but the car plate is Spanish. See more »

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Referenced in Creating 'Hard Candy' (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

"Fuck Version and Red Version
Written by The Bug
Produced by The Bug
Licensed by kind permission of The Bug and www.rephlex.com
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The wrong film in the wrong hands
19 June 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This film is based on an interesting idea which in the right hands could have been a wonderful film. Its an indie film, of course it is, but I have seen a good few indie films and this really hits rock with the director. I mean Alison Murray, I'm sure she knows a lot about being a teenage dropout but she doesn't know much about making a gripping film.

Its got some pretty good casting, about six of the people cast were okay actors and that includes Ellen Page, it didn't really push her the way a film and a good director should, as as we have all seen - she can do a lot better! The film was shot as though Murray read about every effect you can do with a camera and thought - I'm gonna use them all! It went light for no reason, it didn't accentuate a feeling or to show an emotion, it wasn't intimate or innocent it just was and in my experience, ever shot should be justified, from the first to the very last.

The sound track was good, I'll give you that. And some of it was quite hard hitting, but I find it difficult to believe that I just watched a film where people died in the course of an anarchist group trying to find freedom and I don't care about them. It wasn't believable, no grief, no despair, no anguish. I wasn't reeled in, I didn't feel their pain and so I didn't believe in its reality.

It is that typical film made by someone who wants to tell their 'incredible story' and just got out of art school. It tries to fit too much in to the plot when a good film can focus on both plot and the dimension of the characters. The ending was excruciating and I cant believe I just spent £15 on this film.


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