Saturday, January 25

Staff Picks (past events)Repertory Series ArchiveThings to Come: The Birth of Sci-Fi Cinema

Metropolis

Double Feature with AELITA: THE QUEEN OF MARS (4:00, 9:30)

Please Note: Today’s showtimes changed after our Winter 2020 calendar went to press. We regret any inconvenience.

1927 • dir Fritz Lang w/Brigitte Helm, Alfred Abel, Gustav Froehlich, Rudolf Klein-Rogge • 153 min • DCP

One of the most famous science-fiction films of all time, Fritz Lang’s METROPOLIS paints a stark portrait of a divided mega-city where the rich live a utopic life above ground while the workers – the lifeblood of the city – toil in subterranean factories. A sort of Romeo & Juliet story develops between an idealistic young woman from the lower class and a high-born son of the aristocracy that is complicated when a mad scientist creates a chaos-sowing robot duplicate of the woman.

Staff Pick! Joey, Dave
Dave: “Metropolis is so old timey good!”

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Saturday 1/25
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