Ernst Lubitsch’s second American film (1924) and his first major American success, an elegant comedy of marital complications adapted from Lothar Goldschmidt’s Only a Dream (a fitting title for a Lubitsch inspiration). Adolph Menjou and Florence Vidor star in a tale of infidelity and flirtation that gave new meaning to film satire and introduced a note of subtle wit and movement into an industry reared on slapstick. Even more innovative than it seems, and well worth seeing. About 110 min.