Giorgio Moroder Presents Metropolis Trailer

Giorgio Moroder Presents Metropolis Trailer (1984)

10 August 1984 Drama, Sci-Fi, Foreign 82 mins

In 1984, Academy Award-winning composer Giorgio Moroder (Midnight Express, Flashdance) introduced Fritz Lang’s science fiction epic METROPOLIS to a new generation of moviegoers. Working in collaboration with film archives around the world, he supervised a special reconstruction of the film, with color tinting, fewer inter-titles, and newly restored footage. A pioneer in the field of digital music, Moroder backed this special edition with a throbbing new score, punctuated with pop songs from some of the biggest stars of the early MTV era: Freddie Mercury, Pat Benatar, Adam Ant, Bonnie Tyler, Loverboy, and others.

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Metropolis (Giorgio Moroder 1984 Version) Trailer

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United States 10 August 1984

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