Dreaming Lips is a 1937 British, black-and-white, drama film directed by Paul Czinner and Lee Garmes, with script by Czinner and Carl Mayer, and starring Elisabeth Bergner, Romney Brent, Raymond Massey, and Ronald Shiner.
The film was produced by Trafalgar Film Productions. In 1953, Josef von Báky remade the film as Der träumende Mund in Germany, based on the original script by Czinner and Mayer.
Allmovie incorrectly lists the production date as 1932.
The wife (Bergner) of a violin player (Brent) in a famous orchestra, falls in love with her husband's friend and, tragically, drowns herself.
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