Fritz Lang's Dystopian Sci-Fi Classic Metropolis
While underground workers toil to keep the city-machine plowing forward, upper-class management live a life of luxury in the towers above in Fritz Lang's science fiction film Metropolis. But when the son of the city's overlord follows a beautiful girl down into the pits of the grim lower city, he discovers a world he couldn't have imagined. Filmed during the Weimar Period, the silent movie depicts the growing class divide in Germany as much as it reflects the economic conditions in America today. The cut screened at Symphony Space features an additional 25 minutes of lost footage restored in 2010.
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The last date listed for Metropolis was Sunday August 10, 2014 / 2:00pm.
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