I'd like to recommend that you see the restored "Metropolis" silent movie from the 1920s. It adds 'lost' scenes from a version found in a collector's film archive in Argentina.
It is one of the films that originated many of our science fiction icons and dream images. Large aerial vistas of the City of the Future. Utopian gardens and Distopian working conditions . Shuffling through the steam. The Mad Scientist's lab. With lightning! The robot brought to life. With Tesla lightning! Huge machines, out of control (with lightning!). Sci-Fi special effects! Moloch! Remote controlled doors! Robot hootchie-kootchie dancing! New Babylon! Catacombs! Old cathedrals! Epiphanies! Blackouts! Freakouts! Forrest J. Ackermann! Screaming runners down dark Metropolis streets! Howls! Ginsberg!
But I digress....
In Minneapolis, it is playing at the Lagoon theaters, in the Uptown neighborhood.
There is still one sequence missing, but the film is now nearly complete. It has been re-edited, so the film is close to the original release edit. The missing scenes show more of the characters' motivations and fill-out the settings. The original orchestral score has been found and it was recorded for the soundtrack.
If you haven't seen the film before, a small warning.:The film does show us the time in which it was made. The acting uses 1920s stage conventions, and in many places is going to seem unsophisticated. It is very much a 'message' film, embracing religion & class politics, and the 1920s culture of Germany & Europe.