Mouth to Mouth

May 9th, 2008


Mouth to Mouth

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Mouth to Mouth

Close Your Eyes and Picture the Perfect World

Release Year: 2005

Rating: 6.3/10 (1,592 voted)

Critic's Score: 47/100

Director: Alison Murray

Stars: Ellen Page, Natasha Wightman, August Diehl

Ellen Page - Sherry
Natasha Wightman - Sherry's Mother Rose
August Diehl - Tiger
Beatrice Brown - Nancy
Maxwell McCabe-Lokos - Mad Ax
Elliot McCabe-Lokos - Manson
Diana Greenwood - Dog
Eric Thal - Harry
Jefferson Guzman - Blade
Willy Rachow - Scrawny Boy
Christian Näthe - Heckler
Jim Sturgess - Red
Patrícia Guerreiro - Squeegee Girl
Joaquim Horta - Cute Guy
Armin Dillenberger - Spark Member

Taglines: Close Your Eyes and Picture the Perfect World


Official Website: Official site | Official site [France] |

Release Date: 9 May 2008

Filming Locations: Berlin, Germany

Opening Weekend: $1,406 (USA) (21 May 2006) (1 Screen)

Technical Specs

Runtime: USA:  | UK:  | Canada:

Did You Know?

Ellen Page said the scene where her character loses her virginity was her least favorite to film because the scene took so long to shoot and the cobble stones were so cold.

Errors in geography: 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.

User Review

Portrait of a Cult

Rating: 10/10

When I first saw the preview for this film, it looked like a trippy indie film with a great soundtrack. I decided to give it a chance and bought it. It just came in today and I have to say, it is not what I expected, but better.

This film is not about some rebel girl who runs away from home and has insane adventures. This is a movie about a girl who is desperately trying to become a part of something and the mother who follows her into a dangerous cult. It has so much more depth than I expected. The movie's hero is clearly Bat from beginning to end. However, other characters who the viewer does not expect become heroes as well. The movie shows a very scary and a very real descent into the lifestyle of a cult. The characters are unique and are uniquely duped into this life.

The acting in it is phenomenal. Ellen Page, who we now know as Juno, shows another side of herself as the resilient Bat. The character shows real strength in the face of confusion.

This movie entices and rattles the viewer. It dares to ask the question, What is a perfect world?


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