Metropolis Film Review

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Music and Movies

 

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Carline R

 

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October 16, 2014

 

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University

 

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B

 

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3 / 612

 

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An intricate set design was still new during this era. Even the performances played a large role in making this film extraordinary. The workers had a robotic feel to them when they worked with the machines, and even when they were walking in and out of the factory they marched very slowly and stiffly as if they were walking machines themselves...
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There was also some stunting in the film, which still wasn't that common around the time. The costumes and the props also enhanced this film, especially the "machine man" that the scientist made. It seems that Fritz Lang took every necessary step to make this film a masterpeice. The film also included some special effects, like when the machine exploded and turned into a monster like figure, and also the hallucination scenes Freder, Jon Fredersen's son was shown having...
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