Weimar Berlin, 1923: Dissolute Jewish-American trapeze artist Abel Rosenberg (David Carradine), stunned by the abrupt suicide of his brother and partner, turns for solace to his cabaret singer/hooker sister-in-law Manuela (Liv Ullmann). As he tries to fend off police suspicion over his role in his sibling's death, he uncovers an unholy secret about Manuela's "house" of employment. Ingmar Bergman's moody effort co-stars Gert Frobe, James Whitmore. 119 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono. Filmed in English.