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Metropolis (Motion picture)

Elaborately fantasizes a subterranean factory, which is ruled by titans, betrayed by robots, and saved by love.

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  • "Giorgio Moroder presents Metropolis"
  • "Metropolis"
  • "Metropolis"@en

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  • "Elaborately fantasizes a subterranean factory, which is ruled by titans, betrayed by robots, and saved by love."@en
  • "An expressionistic vision of a struggle between management and labor in a mechanized city of the future."@en
  • "Summary: An expressionistic drama about authoritarianism and revolt in an industrialized metropolis of the 21st century."
  • "In 2000, the inhabitants of Metropolis are divided into two classes: an elite "ruling" class and the working class, who work below ground. When the son of the ruler of the city falls in love with a woman of the lower class, confrontation occurs."@en
  • "The story of a 21st century city coldly ruled by a small privileged class that frolics above ground while the oppressed mass of workers toils below ground. The son of the city's leader falls in love with a young lower class teacher/rebel which begins a sequence of events that shatters the social hierarchy."@en
  • "Fritz Lang started it all with his visionary science fiction film, the first of its kind. Digitally remastered with the original score, this imaginative film began the journey for filmmakers into the realm of Science Fiction."
  • "Set in the future, the city of Metropolis is divided into two classes; an elite of idle people who live only for pleasure and the workers, a faceless mass who are doomed to serve as slaves to the monstrous machines they tend. The son of the master of Metropolis falls in love with a girl from the lower class."
  • "Story of a city in the year 2000. A revolt by the people is countered by a robot, made in the image of the workers' favorite girl, which turns against the master threatening annihilation of the city."
  • "Freder Fredersen is the son of Joh Fredersen, who reigns over the great city of Metropolis in the year 2026. The younger Fredersen is surprised to discover his lifestyle has been built on the unseen, but backbreaking, labor of an entire class of workers who tend the machines that make the city run, and he descends to the subterranean levels of Metropolis in an effort to understand their lives. This version was produced in 1981 when Giorgio Moroder began a three-year endeavor to restore the science fiction classic."
  • "In a futuristic time and place, humans are divided into two groups: the thinkers, who make plans, and the workers, who achieve goals. Completely separate, neither group is complete, but together they make a whole. One man from the "thinkers" dares visit the underground where the workers toil, and is astonished by what he sees."
  • "Uses science fiction and spectacular special effects to tell a story of biting social satire. In a futuristic time and place, an above ground city of lightness, culture and respectability is kept going only by the enslaved proletariat laboring beneath in the underground city: a nightmarish, cruel, amd dark place."@en
  • "An expressionistic vision of the city of the future where workers are enslaved by machines."
  • "An expressionistic vision of the city of the future where workers are enslaved by machines."@en
  • "A futuristic fantasy about a city in the year 2000."

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  • "DVD-Video discs"
  • "Feature films"
  • "Dystopias"
  • "Silent films"
  • "Dystopian films"
  • "Science fiction films"
  • "Fiction films"
  • "Drama"
  • "Film adaptations"
  • "DVD-Video"

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  • "Fritz Lang's metropolis"
  • "Fritz Lang's Metropolis with new musical soundtrack"
  • "Fritz Lang's Metropolis neu restaurierte Fassung mit Originalmusik"
  • "Metropolis (Motion picture)"
  • "Metropolis (Motion picture)"@en
  • "Metropolis"
  • "Metropolis"@en
  • "Fritz Lang's "Metropolis""
  • "Metropolis (Motion picture : 1927)"
  • "Metropolis (Motion picture : 1927)"@en
  • "Fritz Lang's Metropolis"
  • "Fritz Lang's Metropolis"@en