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“One of the biggest, strangest, maddest films in cinema history” The Guardian

29 December 2018 6 January 2019

German with Thai/English subtitles




Metropolis (1927) is a stylized, visually-compelling, melodramatic silent film set in the dystopic, 21st century city of Metropolis - a dialectical treatise on man vs. machine and class struggle. Austrian director Fritz Lang's German Expressionistic masterpiece helped to develop the science-fiction genre, with innovative imagery from cinematographer Karl Freund, art design by Otto Hunte, Erich Kettelhut, and Karl Vollbrecht, and set design by Edgar Ulmer. It was the last of Lang's silent films.

About the film

Director: Fritz Lang
Country: Germany
Year: 1927
Duration: 150 mins