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    Metropolis (UFA, 1927). Program (Multiple Pages). Fritz Lang's masterful science fiction epic virtually invented the genre. Lang created a chilling vision of the future in which man is divided into two groups, the Thinkers and the Workers. Thinkers developed the ideas that would propel society while Workers made the ideas reality. Long segregated, a Thinker dares to venture into the sub-terranean world of the workers causing turmoil. Thee film cost five million marks to produce nearly bankrupting UFA. In spite of the film's financial woes, it remains one of the most important movies ever made. This original British program is awe-inspiring. It is full of information related to the film including actor interviews, special effects secrets and a budget breakdown. This is the quintessential insider's guide to the film directly from UFA. Has only minor soiling on the back cover and slight spine wear, but has very rusted staples on spine. Fine+.

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