Below Her Mouth

(2017)

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Title:
Below Her Mouth
Release Date:
10th February 2017
Runtime:
92 min
MPAA Rating:
18
Genres:
Directors:
April Mullen
Writers:
Stephanie Fabrizi
Languages:
English
Stream Quality:
1080p / 720p / 480p

Storyline

BELOW HER MOUTH is a bold, uninhibited drama that begins with a passionate weekend affair between two women. Dallas, a roofer and Jasmine, a fashion editor, share a powerful and immediate connection that inevitably derails both of their lives.

Ratings

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 11%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience 0%
IMDb Rating 5.7

Casts

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by proliferanter 21st April, 2017

It's about time

Loved this movie. The storyline was great. The acting superb. The sex scenes VERY REALISTIC. I wish more movies like this would be made in English. You can find a lot like it foreign made. Time for the United States to catch up. The love story was convincing. Can't wait to buy it on DVD. Dalles and Jasmine are both very sexy characters. BTW it's not just about sex no matter what the naysayers say.

Reviewed by emolosesgirl 4th April, 2017

Plot less soft-core tawdry attempt at Canadian Blue is the Warmest Colour

Pretty obvious spoilers. I was excited for a lesbian movie set in my beautiful city. They had so much to work with, and yet they did nothing with it. The plot was cliche and overused, and somehow, even then, minuscule. The acting was embarrassing. I wanted to like Erika Linder because she's beautiful and she has perfect eyes, but no one in this movie could act to save their lives. The dialogue was pitiful. I think I have watched D list horror flicks with better dialogue. The movie was marketed as being sexy. That would have worked if it were sexy. I can understand directing the women to not moan like porn stars, but neither of them looked like they were enjoying it. It was absolutely uncomfortable to watch two women hump each other disinterestedly. I thought that this was trying to be the Canadian Blue is the Warmest Colour, but instead it was a soft core porn flick set in Toronto. Although, to be honest, I've watched porn with a thicker plot than this movie had. Also, apparently the only way lesbians get off is with dildos and rubbing their vaginas against each other. TIL. Main character's (MC) boyfriend goes away for the weekend (or a week? I don't even know). MC meets lesbian with a hot name, doesn't discourage any of her advances, hooks up with her a day later, they have sex the whole time. And then the most predictable thing happens - the boyfriend comes home early and catches them. Who saw that coming? Everyone. Just insulting to the viewers' intelligence. Boyfriend and MC try to have sex, can't, and then a black screen later and MC and hot lesbian are together again. The best shot of the movie was literally the lighting of a cigarette 15 minutes in. It felt like Film School 101. There were no real inspired shots of the city, which was extremely disappointing.

Reviewed by vegetol-mp 23rd March, 2017

great independent movie with two future stars

Nice, simple story, about two girls, who fall in love. What is great about this movie, is the chemistry between Erika Linder and Natalie Krill. Both ladies are absolutely terrific. Especially Erika Linder. She is a model, not a professional actres, but her charisma is undeniable. Btw, the erotic scenes are hot, but intimate. I wish both ladies A list carrer, because they deserve it. This is good little movie and after almost a week, I just can't get it out of my head. And that is a good sign. 9/10

Reviewed by Ruben Bittermann 21st March, 2017

Exceptional

I am not knowledgeable enough of the complexity of lesbian relationships to measure the depth in which this film explores there, and the film seems to invite the viewers there. But I find this film quite exceptional for creating such a vigorous attraction between the two woman characters, and for their acting performance giving birth to two totally elaborated and different personalities, whose traces remain marked in your mind after the film ends. The strong sexual scenes in this film with their acting power (are they?) graphically diffuse the borders between sex and love, seldom seen in much bigger invested productions.

Reviewed by annuskavdpol 14th February, 2017

A Canadian movie!

This movie is very graphic. It is about a very passionate and honest lesbian who breaks up with her long-term relationship because she believes she is toxic to her because she does not love her the way the other loves her. In a way this is both cruel and honest. It is not very accommodating to the feelings of the girlfriend, who shows signs of disgust, hurt and utter alienation. This break-up scene which sets the stage for the whole movie is significant. Lesbian movies often do not make the big screen theaters, so this one slipped through the cracks, in my opinion. In a way, Dallas, the lead female actress, is a very cold and calculated person. How could you be living with someone and treat them so callously in the end of the long-term relationship? In a way, Dallas is like a sexual predator. Within, what seems like minutes and seconds, she goes to nightclubs to scope out her next victim in the lesbian bars and nightclubs. She has no remorse, empathy nor compassion for the feelings of her ex. Instead she jumps on the saddle, makes a move with the bar-tender (who her best-friend indicated that she really liked herself for a couple of months already) and then kisses and makes out with the neighbor of her Roofing construction work site. It is the contention, that Dallas finds love in the end. But the story development surrounding the theme of love in relationships is not fully explored through the cinematic camera shots. Broken Back Mountain, a movie about two men who create a bond with each other, is a far more in depth character study of two individuals who really care a lot about each other. To me, Broke Back Mountain is a way better portrayal of the theme of universal love. This is a Canadian movie versus a Hollywood movie. And the genre of other love is still new to the silver screen. This is a good attempt into this genre. It is similar in style to the Canadian movie, Exotica.