We’ve found you yet another brilliant, unique piece of cinema to enjoy this weekend so wanted to let you know straight away!
Hot on the heels of International Women’s Day, released this Friday 12th March, MOUTHPIECE is a powerful, funny and highly original look into the conflicted psyche of a fiercely independent millennial woman – played by two actresses simultaneously…

What unfolds is a wild careening through grief, anger, sex and self-sabotage in an exploration of the messy lives of women from both generations.
Raucous jokes, musical numbers and heart-breaking memories add up to a deeply moving and political portrait of a mother and a daughter as seen through the eyes of one conflicted young woman.

The best movie of the year, Mouthpiece, is Canadian, set in Toronto, and written and directed by women and about women… The dual performance…allows them to represent two sides of a complex woman who is constantly in conflict with herself.

A haunting, self-reflective dream that looks at the pressures and expectations women place on themselves and particularly on each other.

Unflinchingly representing the complex lives of women, a truly revolutionary piece of filmmaking.