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Review: Patrica Rozema’s ‘Mouthpiece’ delves deep into a woman’s grief

Nostbakken and Sadava both play Cassandra, simultaneously, and initially, you wouldn’t guess this is a film about just one woman. You wonder if they’re best friends, lovers or sisters, but their movements are too synced, the moments they share too intimate. Nostbakken and Sadava have visually externalized the internal monologue, constantly swapping the role of who plays the Cassandra the world interacts with, and who plays the psyche.