A lyrical and subtly moving collection of scenes, woven together by themes of aging, reconnection, questioning, "Do you still kiss, Kerry? I'm talking about deep, passionate kisses?" A group of three older gentleman chat in a kitchen, one gripes about teenagers while another comes to their defense, "I'm just trying to tell him that it's not gross, that teenagers aren't gross." And then we're outside watching one of the men's wives allow the neighborhood kids to push her car into the street. "We were just playing a game, but they weren't supposed to be on top of the car," she lies when a concerned neighbor stops the game. Playful exchanges are all over the fleeting 7 minute run time, refreshing our expectations of what it is to grow old. Young filmmakers making films about an older generation, particularly employing non-actors, usually struggle to caress natural and consistent performances across cast. But the filmmakers here, Jennifer Shainin, Randy Walker (co-directors of APART FROM THAT) and Jessica Aceti are impressively attuned to the matter, and there's offbeat sincerity and authenticity in each character, presented through effortless, elliptical form. It's a beautiful little ditty, rich with details, powerfully nuanced, about age, being old, acting young, and about kissing. Thrilled to premiere Open Mouth on NoBudge (7 minutes). Directors Jennifer Shainin, Randy Walker, and Jessica Aceti make up ForeignAmerican Pictures from Seattle.