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Alternate Title: メトロポリス

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The distant future, where man and robots live in harmony (or so they think) amongst a tri-level labyrinth city called Metropolis. Duke Red has dreams of a singular...  (more)

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Alternate Titles: "メトロポリス" and "Metoroporisu."

Based on Osamu Tezuka's original 1949 manga. Although Tezuka had not seen Fritz Lang's "Metropolis" when he wrote the original manga, he had seen a picture of its robot Maria, which he placed into...  (more)

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I hadn't heard of this DVD until it was actually released. But it is beautifully done; a bittersweet movie for young & old alike. Osamu Tezuka's masterpiece. Ahead of its time, and a...  (read more)
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I'm not sure if there is any deliberate connection to the 1920s Fritz Lang film other than title, but this movie stands out on its own regardless.
The animation is simply beautiful, very cutting edge and epic, with a softer, slightly more...  (read more)
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