discuss how the film balances both 18th and 19th century bourgeois/liberal/industrial ideas and marxism?

how does the film portray the classes, their goals, and their fears, and how do these portrayals match up with what you read in Marx and Engels?

Update:

sorry guys i obviously havent been up to date with this class and i need serious help! sorry about not mentioning the film. the film is Fritz Lang's Metropolis

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  • June F
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    1 decade ago
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    I think you need to tell us about which film you are asking.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metropolis_(film)#The...

    http://www.slate.com/?id=2071036

  • 1 decade ago

    In addition to not telling us what film you're asking about, you also didn't tell us about which part of Marx and Engels we supposedly read.

    If you want other people to do your homework for you, at least make SOME effort to at least make the question answerable.

    On the other hand, I almost feel badly that it's this close to the end of the semester and you clearly haven't the faintest idea what you're studying....

    If you clarify, I *may* try to help you out....

    Source(s): Common sense.
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