Fritz Lang’s influential and innovative science-fiction film strikingly encapsulates a dystopian world that raises the question: what are the political implications of utopian/dystopian narratives?
With an introduction and live music by Kevin Toma (film critic ‘De Volkskrant’).
Against a backdrop of a futuristic city that went on to inspire many other films, this class-cutting commentary molded around a love story remains as relevant today as in 1927.
This screening is part of the Studium Generale programme ‘Exploring Utopia: Imagining Alternative Worlds’. Discussion afterwards.
Free entrance for WUR-card holders. Register free under ’10-zittenkaart’ and show your WUR-pass at the entrance.