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Below Her Mouth

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Canada · 2017
1h 34m
Director April Mullen
Starring Erika Linder, Natalie Krill, Sebastian Pigott, Mayko Nguyen
Genre Drama, Romance

Fashion editor Jasmine meets Dallas, a female roofer, during a night out. Even though Jasmine has a fiancée, they form a passionate connection and begin an unexpected affair that quickly escalates into a heart-stopping reality and changes their lives forever. A gorgeous film about female sexuality and forbidden desire.

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Washington Post by

While the frequent sex scenes are graphic, they’re also driven by vulnerability and long-buried desire. In this film, wordless encounters often reveal more about characters than conversation.


Village Voice by Abbey Bender

Linder possesses a compelling, Kurt Cobain-like androgyny, but neither she nor Krill can do much to save the portentous screenplay.


The Hollywood Reporter by Frank Scheck

Below Her Mouth (you can use your imagination regarding the title) is an undeniably steamy effort that delivers plenty of heat in its sex scenes while falling significantly short in dramatic terms.


Variety by Guy Lodge

A sexually frank but narratively flimsy girl-meets-girl romance that never gets under its gorgeous characters’ amply exposed skin.


IndieWire by Jude Dry

It’s a fittingly ambiguous title for a directionless film, late night fare that will be enjoyed by just as many horny men as horny teenage lesbians.


Los Angeles Times by Katie Walsh

With wooden performances and a lack of character development, Below Her Mouth is more X-rated, late-night cable skin flick than trenchant exploration of female sexuality.


Arizona Republic by Kerry Lengel

While Below Her Mouth is no doubt some classy-looking porn, it’s a pretty lousy movie, because all that sex leaves precious little time to develop character, plot or thematic depth.

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