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In addition to the new score, missing footage was re-edited into the film, intertitles were removed and replaced with subtitles and sound effects and color tinting were added, creating an all new experience...and an all-new film! But for more than a quarter century, this version of Metropolis has remained out of print - until now.
A new HD transfer was created from one of the few remaining prints available, and Kino Lorber is presenting the film in the best possible quality - just as it was seen in its original release in August 1984.
This is a classic movie for anyone's collection. Man makes robot in to human where can you go wrong. Every mans fantasy.Published 9 months ago by David Snow
I've been waiting for this DVD for years. If you've seen this rendition (Moroder's) of Metropolis before than you need to get it on DVD. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Kindle Customer
I know the purists out there will prefer the original 1930s version, with subtitles. But this too now has a cult following, and most of the songs are listenable and a few are... Read morePublished 23 months ago by David Meldrum
I try to view all of Fritz Lang's films. I've seen it a couple of times. This movie is a great existential. Moralizing; and compelling story telling. Read morePublished on Dec 29 2012 by Sally
This is the review that [...] gave to The Complete Metropolis:
"This updated DVD edition of Metropolis features the 2010 restoration version licensed by Transit Films of... Read more
Metropolis is a silent film classic with an interesting history. It was edited down from its original full length version and, somehow, all known prints of the original full length... Read morePublished on Oct. 20 2012 by Mark Anderson
The Complete Metropolis is astounding on blu-ray. The film's well-remembered portions are visually gorgeous, and while the more recently added 'found' scenes are noticeably lower... Read morePublished on Oct. 15 2012 by Cheryl
Even I think this movie is a great one to have even on blu ray. I think Descriptive Video Service for the visually impared sounds like a great idea. Read morePublished on Oct. 18 2011 by Kevin Barton
I am glad I bought this. I have seen numerous references to the work, but had never viewed it. It is worth the price.Published on Sept. 9 2011 by Tbayer