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  • Emily Pawley

    The Tower of Babel in Fritz Lang's Metropolis

  • Emma Smith

    10. Metropolis (1927) – This film is the patriarch of futurist cinema, the great-great-grandaddy of them all. A silent film, it keeps you interested with its wonderful sets evoking the then brand new Art Deco style and using it to depict a vast future city of both luxury and hardship. It’s notable from a futurist perspective mainly for being one of the first films to feature the concept of an android, exploring the dichotomy between human and machine. (FutureConscience, 2010)

  • Architecture Mps

    "A Brief History Of Modern Architecture Through Movies," by Zachary Edelston, Architizer, July 29, 2013. http://www.architizer.com/blog/history-of-modern-architecture-through-movies/

  • Catalina Carrasco

    Nostalgia for the future - METROPOLIS

  • Evan Exempt

    Cityscape from Metropolis (film), 1927 - raygun gothic architecture.

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Films & Architecture: “Metropolis”

Metropolis The First Science-Fiction film! In a futuristic city sharply divided between the working class and the city planners, the son of the city's mastermind falls in love with a working class prophet who predicts the coming of a savior to mediate their differences.

"Metropolis" - great montage sequences and a unique world. Influenced many forthcoming sci-fi works.

Brigitte Helm from "Metropolis" by Fritz Lang, 1927

"Metropolis" by Fritz Lang is a landmark SF film that continues to impress and influence long after its 1927 release. It inspired many of the other films on this list like "Dark City" and "Blade Runner."

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