Like most American films starring Louise Brooks, this one is little-known - very much in the shadow of "Pandora's Box", this not helped by the fact that it only survives in a VERY crappy print. Well worth picking up on DVD though (it's available non-officially from a couple of specialist suppliers - google the film's title and "DVD", you'll get there) as it's her best film IMO and her best performance too. She plays the adopted daughter of a farmer, who blows him away with a shotgun when he sexually molests her. She takes off on the run with a hobo, played by Richard Arlen, and the film follows their various misadventures as the head for Canada to escape the law. The film is tough, yet manages to be romantic at the same time. If one is interested in seeing one of Louise Brooks' films this is a good choice, IF you can put up with the poor image quality. If there was a good print of this available, I'd give it five stars.