Compare the feature film, Edward Scissorhands and the plot summary film of Frankenstein’s Monster.
The gothic fairytales, Edward Scissorhands and the plot summary film of Frankenstein’s Monster, were written in different times and for every different audiences but have many things in common. Both Edward Scissorhands and Frankenstein’s Monster struggle to be accepted for who they are. However, Edwards’s creator had love for his creation (Edward), but the creator of Frankenstein did not have love for him. Also, Edwards’s creator taught Edward right from wrong, but Frankenstein’s creator left him to find out for himself. Although Edward and Frankenstein are both eventually rejected from society, Edwards’s fate is not as tragic.
There are many similarities and differences between the two central characters, Edward and Frankenstein. Both Frankenstein’s Monster and Edward Scissorhands were made by man, not conceived by the union of a man and a woman, they both had to be taught right from wrong and they both ran away from a society that rejected them sooner or later. In Edward Scissorhands, Edward was brought into a society that in the beginning he did not understand, as well as in Frankenstein’s Monster as soon as he was brought to life, he had little if any understanding of his surroundings. For example when Edward was first brought into this new society he found things to be excicting and new, but Frankenstein did not engage into the society as quick as Edward had. Edward Scissorhands and Frankenstein have many differences as well as similarities.
Both creators were clearly brilliant scientists but not both of them confronted their creations to begin with. Edwards’s creator was motivated by love but Frankenstein’s creator was motivated by other personal glory. Edwards’s creator was proud of his creation and helped Edward to understand life, but when Frankenstein came alive his creator thought he had created a monster. In Edward Scissorhands, Edward grows as...
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