Below Her Mouth (2016) is a English movie. April Mullen has directed this movie. Erika Linder,Natalie Krill,Sebastian Pigott,Mayko Nguyen are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2016. Below Her Mouth (2016) is considered one of the best Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.
Set over three days; two very different women who fall in love with each other. Jasmine is a successful fashion editor living with her fiancé in Toronto. On a Friday night while out in the city with her best friend Claire, she meets Dallas, a female roofer recently out of a relationship. Surprised by the confidence with which the two very different women connect, Jasmine becomes infatuated with the mysterious woman who is working with a crew on the house next door to hers. The chance meeting soon turns into desire that ignites in Jasmine when she becomes more acquainted with Dallas which leads her to accompany Dallas to her low-rent loft where the two women soon engage in passionate sex. As much as she struggles with her feelings over being sexually involved with another woman, she fears her tryst with Dallas might ruin her engagement with her fiancé should it ever become known.
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As an avid lesbian movie-watcher I'm very disappointed in this movie. The main actresses had no emotions and their personalities were so blah! The story line is cheap and a typical cat and mouse game. The only thing that saved this movie was the sex which took up 90% of the film which leads me to think "what was the point of this movie??" Their conversations weren't witty or sexy just plain boring and immature. Both characters were shallow, one is a cheater and the other is a player, again another lesbian relationship based off of infidelity. Very very disappointed in this movie and would not recommend.
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 cliché 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.
This piece of LGBT cinema was flawed from the outset for a number of reasons and that is a damn shame. Telling the story of an engaged girl who finds herself in a sexual relationship with a girl and the effect it has on her life. Here is the main issue, a movie is doomed to failure if you don't like the protagonist(s). And how am I supposed to like or care about this girl when the entire movie is about her cheating on her partner? She may very well be having a sexual "Awakening" but that doesn't take anything away from her actions. The movie doesn't even present the fiancé as a bad guy either which they often do to soften the blow. Highly explicit very graphic (And certain sexual acts are clearly real) this highly charged tale of seduction, sexuality and betrayal is a simple one but quite powerful regardless. I being the loyal pup I am simply cannot get over that one major plot flaw though and that's why to me this piece of cinema fails and fails hard despite being a well made film. The Good: Very well shot The Bad: Just can't get behind an unfaithful protagonist
As a lesbian in her mid-forties I have seen many lesbian films of the past several decades, and after seeing the trailer I was not about to miss this one. I almost wish I had passed, but this movie is so laughably awful, it has to be seen to be believed. The 'acting' is so terrible that I literally was laughing out loud at some parts. Several friends and I watched this together, and we all agreed that this movie ranks as one of the all time worst.
Below Her Mouth isn't the best movie ever written, it's not original or well-thought out, but it has a lot of good points. Firstly, though neither of the main actresses Natalie Krill (Jasmine) and Erika Linder (Dallas) are amazingly talented, their chemistry is fantastic. Although the relationship between the characters develops at an incredibly fast pace, the electric chemistry between Natalie and Erika sells it and makes it believable. The sex scenes were a lot more explicit than I expected (I didn't watch the trailer or know anything about the movie before watching, so went in blind and was a little surprised) but incredibly erotic and sensual. For those reviewers saying the sex scenes were awkward or boring, they must have been watching something different to me. I could feel the attraction and connection between the two characters through the sex scenes. It definitely wasn't porn in the traditional sense because none of it felt mechanical, it was as though I was genuinely watching two people having raw, intimate and vulnerable sex. The movie is guilty of playing into some over-used stereotypes by writing Dallas as the butch, mean and dominant lesbian and Jasmine the meek, confused femme lesbian that cheats on her fiance. Generally, there also wasn't much development for the characters or as much insight into them as people as there could've been. However, I do think the romance between the two women made sense. You could feel the loneliness of Dallas and Jasmine at the beginning and that there was something missing in their lives. They had a magnetic pull and in each other found that spark that had been missing. Dallas found someone she wanted to open up to and be vulnerable with and Dallas allowed Jasmine to finally feel all the emotions she'd been suppressing since she was a child and release all that pent up tension and unhappiness that came from denying her sexuality for so long. Admittedly, there wasn't much plot and the sex and romance is really all there is, but if people dig a little deeper with this move there are actually some very important messages contained within it. It shows how difficult it can be to be who we truly are and be honest with ourselves about what/who we want, and that sometimes it's not always easy to label ourselves one way or another. Dallas said she knew she was attracted to women from a young age, it was a simple choice for her, but Jasmine didn't have that same clarity. In that respect, it shows some of the struggles people can come up against in discovering who they are or the inner turmoil people can go through when they're confused about their sexuality. Overall, Below Her Mouth isn't a great movie, but it's not terrible either. It would have benefited from more character development and plot and perhaps a little less sex, but was still a reasonably engaging movie.