1927: How Metropolis Changed the Way We See the Future
by One Hundred Years of Cinema
Although it wasn’t the first science fiction film, Metropolis changed the visual codes which filmmakers use to tell us about the future. In this video essay, One Hundred Years of Cinema discusses how Fritz Lang’s 1927 film-shaped science fiction as we know it today.
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