Fritz Langs masterpiece is, for many, the ultimate sci-fi movie. Oozing with German expressionist style, the action takes place in a futuristic urban dystopia that fiercely divides the workers and thinkers. Both need each other to survive but this division could come crashing down when the son of a city bigwig falls in love with a working class prophet.
In addition to adding a fresh twist on the bourgeoisie/proletariat partition, Metropolis was also one of cinemas most revered lost greats after its 1927 premiere, only a savagely edited version existed. It eventually underwent an extensive reconstruction in 2002.
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