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The anti-industrial motif in Metropolis, 1927. Like Fredric Jameson said, science fiction is the social realism of our time.

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    If the sets of Metropolis were still around, I would ask to live in them.
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    There are more moments of what Marx was talking about than not. It’s amazing that this film exists at all considering...
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