G.W. Pabst's silent follow-up to "Pandora's Box" stars Louise Brooks as a young woman whose temptations get her dispatched to a home for "wayward" girls. Refusing to be cowed by society, she escapes and embraces a life of physical pleasure and decadence inside a brothel. Fascinating and stark, it's a must-see for fans of German stylistics and Brooks. Co-stars Fritz Rasp, Edith Meinhard. 99 min. Standard; Soundtrack: music score; bonus short "Windy Riley Goes Hollywood" (1930), directed by a pseudonymous Fatty Arbuckle. Silent with music score.