Virgin Lips (film)
|Directed by||Humberto Mauro|
|Written by||Adhemar Gonzaga, Arlindo Muccilo|
|Starring||Lelita Rosa, Paulo Morano, Didi Viana|
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Virgin Lips, (or in Portuguese Lábios sem beijos) is a Brazilian film of the genres drama and novel produced in 1930 by Cinédia, in the phase of silent cinema. The direction is of Humberto Mauro, with Lelita Rosa, Paulo Morano, Didi Viana in the main cast. Written by Adhemar Gonzaga and Arlindo Muccilo the film tells the story of Lelita, a young woman from a wealthy family who is courted by her cousin Paul, but she has reason to believe that he is also having an affair with Lelita's sister, which causes problems of jealousy, until everything becomes clear and true love prevails.
In an interview with the Brazilian magazine A Ordem during the period prior to the film's debut, Gonzaga stated:
"My company was founded to build true Brazilian cinema. It was launched exclusively with our effort and our capitals. Let us show that we can create a new and legitimate art, capable of turning the smile of the pessimists into a cry of enthusiasm. "
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