METROPOLIS (Germany, B&W, 153 mins, Universum Film A.G., U.S. Release: March 13, 1927)
“Lang’s METROPOLIS has the dread of impending apocalypse, which says so much of its era. It is evidence of Lang’s disturbing genius and Germany’s worse history.” – David Thomson, The Big Screen
Director: Fritz Lang, Writer: Thea von Harbou (Novel & Screenplay) Producer: Erich Pommer, Cinematographers: Karl Freund, Gunther Rittau, Walker Ruttmann, Composer: Gottfried Huppertz (Original Score)
CAST: Alfred Abel, Gustav Frohlich, Rudolf Klein-Rogge, Fritz Rasp, Theodor Loos, Erwin Biswanger
Watched on Bluray from Kino (The Complete Metropolis)
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