In the German silent classic PANDORA'S BOX iconic beauty Louise Brooks stars as the vivacious chorine Lulu--characterized by her creator, Frank Wedekind, as "the personification of primitive sexuality who inspires evil unawares."
Lulu (Louise Brooks), a chorus girl, is being kept by a succession of older men. In an attempt to free himself from her seductive spell and quash rumors about their relationship, her current patron, a prominent newspaper publisher named Schon (Fritz Kortner) announces his engagement to a young
society woman. He simultaneously persuades his son, Alwa (Franz Lederer), to put Lulu in a revue the boy is mounting, but warns him to be wary of...