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Sadava: Norah Sadava and Amy Nostbakken

sadava: Sep 6, 9 15 pm, Winter Garden; Sep 7, 12 45 pm, TBLB 1; Sep 15, 6 pm, AGO. See listing, according to NOW Magazine. See review September 6 at nowtoronto/movies. And then director Patricia Rozema saw the show.MOUTHPIECE directed by Patricia Rozema, written by Amy Nostbakken, Norah Sadava from their play and Rozema, with Nostbakken, Sadava, Maev Beaty, Ari Cohen, Jake Epstein and Jess Salgueiro. 91 minutes. There's nothing new about acclaimed plays being adapted for the screen, but usually those plays feature strong plots, compelling dialogue and well-defined characters. There's very little plot in the two-hander. No disrespect to Amy Nostbakken and Norah Sadava, but their indie stage sensation Mouthpiece features none of that. ( As reported in the news.