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Critic Reviews for Frankenstein
Rose doesn't force his monster into a metaphor for anything; he just brings the narrative into the present day and allows it to resonate as one about the people who are shunted to society's outskirts and treated as less than human.
Highly intelligent and deeply wounding, Frankenstein stands as a stark reminder that in these so-called enlightened times, we still haven't made it that far.
Mary Shelley's 19th-century tale about man playing God gets a fascinating 21st-century refit from Candyman director Bernard Rose.
Bernard "Candyman" Rose's Frankenstein is the dreamy, gory, and strangely moving modern take on the most famous monster story of all time for which we didn't even realise we'd been waiting.
Its use of gore, its plot rage and originality place the movie above the average level. [Full Review in Spanish]
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