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     Restored METROPOLIS is now AWESOME

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For the first time since its debut in 1927, a two-hour-and-27-minute version of Fritz Lang's masterwork a version that includes 25 minutes of previously lost footage will be generally available. To see the film as the director intended, on the big screen with an original score recorded by a 60-piece orchestra, greatly enhances the ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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     METROPOLIS movie review by LA TIMES

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Fritz Lang's newly restored 1927 masterwork includes 25 minutes of lost footage that adds wonders to the film's narrative energy. EXCERPT: "As conceived by Lang and his co-screenwriter Thea von Harbou, "Metropolis" was a film of huge ambition that took on such big themes as the nature of capital and labor and the ease of mass manip ... < < < more > > > less < < <

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