This adaptation of Frankenstein is an exciting, thought provoking investigation into the struggle for immortality and power and the basic human need for a sense of belonging. This timeless story is an incredibly relevant, cautionary tale in our contemporary era of gene manipulation and cloning. Ethical considerations abound when Dr. Frankenstein secretly builds a creature using corpses, and the resulting creature exposes humanity’s irrational fear of the “other”. Frankenstein is arguably the earliest story of heredity versus environment that spawned the science fiction literary genre. Directed by Lee Soroko
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