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Ryan Boucher 28 days ago
Tried several times, couldn't get through it.
Ay Lin almost 3 years ago
Well ahead of its time, ”Metropolis" feels and looks like a silent sci-fi masterpiece.
Neil Cooke almost 3 years ago
of course you should watch this. Don't ask me again!
James Van over 3 years ago
Triumph of the imagination. Somewhat ham-fisted with its message.
Grant davies almost 4 years ago
classic. so well ahead of it's time. copied by so many but failed to compare. 9/10
Chelsea Foreman almost 4 years ago
Classic, weird, convoluted.
Peter Renshaw 4 years ago
the scene where the man works to move the clock hands in syc with the machine...
Robyn Hamilton over 4 years ago
Impressive for its time but far too long
Anthony Simons over 4 years ago
Fritz Lang's classic still holds up well today - and many of the prophecies therein!
Mariana 3 months ago
Jonathan Evans 4 months ago
Daniel Duval 6 months ago
nope 7 months ago
Shay 7 months ago
Alan DeCoronado 9 months ago
Parker Childers 11 months ago
stephen Viljoen 12 months ago
Kaelyn Ibold 1 year ago
Metropolis is a 1927 German expressionist film in the science-fiction genre directed by Fritz Lang. Produced in Germany during a stable period of the Weimar Republic, Metropolis is set in a futuristic urban dystopia and makes use of this context to explore the social crisis between workers and owners inherent in capitalism, as expressed by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. The film was produced in the Babelsberg Studios by Universum Film A.G. (UFA). The most expensive silent film ever made, it cost approximately 5 million Reichsmark, or approximately $15 million when adjusted for inflation. Metropolis was cut substantially after its German premiere, and much footage was lost over the passage of successive decades. There have been several efforts to restore it, as well as discoveries of previously lost footage. A 2001 reconstruction of Metropolis, shown at the Berlin Film Festival, was inscribed on UNESCO's Memory of the World Register in that same year. In 2008, a copy of the film 30...
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