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Mary Shelleys Frankenstein is a movie simply about the deadly ambition of one man Victor Frankenstein Throughout the movie he blatantly disregards the dangers such as consequences of his actions which in turn lead to his downfall in Love Family and His sense of community also affecting his marriagelove Victor playing the role of god trying to create a life in turn results in personal and Social Chaos As the film begins we are introduced to an icy gloomy place where the ship under control of a man called Walton is stuck in the middle of this ice world He is that determined to get to the North Pole that he is willing to put his crew himself and anybody else that gets in his way Walton and Frankenstein are very much alike as we both see there overwhelming ambition for self glory regardless who it affects or how We see Victors over ambition from the death of his mother as she was giving birth Victor quotes No one need ever die I will stop this I promise where as Waltons sole reason for being over ambitious is the fact that he has invested his entire fortune in the journey however when Walton is confronted with the simple question of how long will we be away a simple answer in a stern but relaxed tone is as long as it takes Once Victor explains to Walton the dangers of being over ambitious leading to mistakes that will lead to either your own demise or leading to the demise of everyone around you maybe even to the greater extent of corrupting society he agrees to turn around and head home as he realizes his over ambition could kill him or even his crew Victor was always an ambitious young man we even see this from the start with the lightning strikes as a fascination in science fueled his ambition to learn As a young
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