Metropolis

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Matthew

One of Fritz Lang's many masterpieces. This film is a stunning achievement and a must see on the big screen, if you get the chance. At last, we have a complete or near complete version of METROPOLIS.

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Zanin

Interesting. Got to say, the ending almost got my tears.

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Anonymous

Liked the music, the acting, the representation of the workers life.

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