1/8 Scale Metropolis Maschinenmensch Silver Screen Edition Plastic Model Kit
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X PLUS's Maschinenmensch Plastic Model Kit: Mediating its way from your hands to your heart!
Fritz Lang’s 1927 phenomenon, “Metropolis” returns in this intricately faithful reproduction of famed creative mind Walter Schulze-Mittendorf’s Machine Man “Maria”.
The “Maschinenmensch”, the fictional robot from Fritz Lang’s silent film Metropolis, was originally played by German actress Brigitte Helm, both as the titular robot “gynoid” and its human form. In the movie, the robot was created by the scientist Rotwang as an approximation of his former lover, Hel.
Maschinenmensch was one of the first, and perhaps most iconic fictional robots ever depicted in cinema, and went on to be one of the primary influences of robotic design in both feature film, television and technology.
The ⅛ scale model features Maria in her/its most iconic pose, as it stands with an air of awe and deepest fascination for Rotwang’s greatest creation. This time with the parts molded in beige silver color reminiscent of the silver screen era.
As an added detail, avid fans of the classic silent film will appreciate the flavor text found at the back of the throne as well as "HEL" embossed in the iconic Metropolis typeface; a reminder of the original form of Rotwang's obsession."
|Product Type||Plastic Model Kit|
|Product Dimensions||Height approx. 23㎝|
|Additional Information||For ages 15 and up Manufactured by XPLUS *Actual product does not come assembled or painted. The image is taken from the assembled finished product of the model kit. The finished product may look different from the picture. *The package is for protection of the figure. There may be cases where the package receives minor damages during the transportation, such as scratches and stains. *Please note that in a case of high popularity, we may adjust the release date and accept more pre-order." *Please note that the shipping date may change depending on the order status. Walter Schulze-Mittendorff © - WSM Art Metropolis Deutsche Kinemathek - Horst von Harbou|