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Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley

“Mary Shelley” conjures occurring images of a lumbering, disfigured, greenish-skinned rouse thing of a man. That flesh and blood thing, now a cultural icon of horror films for greater than a century, and his crazy scientist creator, Dr. Frankenstein, were dreamed occurring by the youngster Mary Shelley in her 1818 horror/fantasy novel, “Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus.”

Haifaa al-Mansour’s biopic of the writer, “Mary Shelley,” starring Elle Fanning, attempts to make some prudence out of Shelley’s remarkable, wild liveliness, tracing the upbringing and romantic foibles that led her to make one of the most indelible fictional creatures of all era. With a few cautious nips and tucks to the definite description, the film presents Mary as the altogether first in a long pedigree of temperamental, macabre teenage women who have churned their angst into popular horror and fantasy fiction. It as well as seeks to turn “Frankenstein” as an ultimately feminist text, an interesting concept the film tends to aggressively overargue.

Duration: 120 min

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IMDb: 6.5

Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley

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