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The novel Frankenstein written by Mary Shelley has been used as a model for many movies and throughout many movies there are references to her outstanding novel but nothing quite encompasses all of its qualities like the movie Mary Shelleys Frankenstein Although some Hollywood drama is thrown into the movie many of the minor details of the novel are included as well as the overall plot of the novel The movie starts off with womans voice Mary Shelley giving some background to why she wrote the novel The movie avoided all of the letters written by Walton to Margaret and move onto the storm that brings them stranded surrounded by only ice for miles The movie basically summarizes what happened to Walton in the letters to a five minute segment While Walton argues with one of the crew members an unexpected moan from further away catches the crews attention A figure then appears which turns out to be from previous knowledge Victor The director decided not to include the dogs from the sled though Another moan The dogs upon the ship break lose and run to where the noises were coming from and are seen killed very quickly the monster is then seen coming toward the ship The story of Victor begins in the next frame He is seen as a child dancing with Caroline who is pregnant Justine is playing the piano and his father comes in with an orphan This is where we meet Elizabeth The next scene is where Victor is in his mid twenties and he is working on science His mother comes in and reveals that Victor will be a better doctor than his father They then move to where Caroline is giving birth to her child and Victors father has to cut her to let the child live Unfortunately Caroline dies after birth This is completely different from the novel because Caroline dies from scarlet fever
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