Pandora’s Box

Louise Brooks delivers a legendary performance in GW Pabst’s classic silent film.

Watch the trailer for Pandora’s Box (1929)

One of the great silent films, GW Pabst’s Pandora’s Box is renowned for its sensational storyline, sparkling Weimar-period setting and the legendary, lead performance from its iconic star Louise Brooks. Following the rise and fall of Lulu (Brooks), a spirited but innocent showgirl whose sheer sexual magnetism wreaks havoc on the lives of men and women alike, the film was controversial in its day, then underappreciated for decades. Pandora’s Box now stands as an incredibly modern movie, and few stars of any era dazzle as bright as Louise Brooks.

Venues

July

15 July
Ultimate Picture Palace, Oxford

From 15 July
Cine Lumiere

16 July
Hyde Park Picturehouse

From 17 July
Artrix, Bromsgrove

19 July
Ipswich Film Theatre

21 July
Dundee Contemporary Arts

28 July
Broadway, Nottingham

August

3 August
Glasgow Film Theatre

4 August
Poly Falmouth

5 August
Regent Street Cinema, London
Electric Cinema, Birmingham
MAC Birmingham

10 August
Chichester Film Festival

20 August
Saffron Screen, Saffron Walden

From 26 August
Chapter, Cardiff

From 31 August
Buxton Cinema, Pavilion Arts Centre

September

21 September
Hull Truck Theatre

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