There are many similarities and differences in the plot between the book and the latest Frankenstein film. Kenneth Branagh wanted to show the main ideas of this book so he tried not to change the plot to much. In the original book the explanation of how the creature was made was not to clear so Branagh could try to imply that it is possible to create a life out of dead body parts. Shelley expressed the creation of the creature in the book was something like unnatural childbirth. Kenneth Branagh interpreted this and used amniotic fluid in a metal encasing, and put needles into certain pressure points of the body. This was almost like a... [continues]
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