Critic Reviews for Mouthpiece
In revealing Cassandra's interior life, Rozema lays bare the modern female condition in an epic battle that is by turns lacerating, soothing and heartbreaking.
A thoughtful interrogation of modern womanhood, leavened by gallows humor.
MOUTHPIECE is belied by its generous interest in milquetoast interpersonal conflict over the internal turmoil of a woman constantly arguing with herself.
At once a piece of rage and anger, fear and bereavement, love and affection, that is not only one of the best play-to-film adaptations I've seen, but a cinematic punch to the gut and simultaneous grip on the heart.
Like the ideal version of their mother these sisters carry in their heads, there's a better version of Mouthpiece that was never uncovered.
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