"It's alive," radical scientist Victor Frankenstein (James McAvoy from the X-Men series, where he's known as Professor X) whispers to Igor (Daniel Radcliffe, who hasn't left the dark rooms since Harry Potter) when the monster comes to life. But who is the monster, we ask ourselves when we watch the first trailer for the horror film Victor Frankenstein? Scientist or monster? Is it a noble vision of helping humanity, or is the idea of immortality an obsession with dire consequences?
Victor Frankenstein is an exciting new interpretation of the Frankenstein novel Mary Shelley from 1818, but last year with the film I, Frankenstein completely unlucky, as in the latest revival of the classic, which has been brought to life on the screen for the first time in years 1931, the doomed idea of saving humanity.
Under the latest film adaptation, in which they play Victor Frankenstein and Igor Strausman's assistant James McAvoy and Daniel Radcliffe, he signed Paul McGuigan (Srečnež Slevin, Potisk, among other things, also directed the 4th episode of the BBC series Sherlock), and the main actors who cross ethical and moral boundaries in the name of science were joined by Jessica Brown Findlay (Downton Abbey), Andrew Scott (Saving Private Ryan), Louise Brealey and Mark Gattis (both Sherlock).
Direction: Paul McGuigan. They play: Daniel Radcliffe, James McAvoy, Jessica Brown Findlay, Andrew Scott, Louise Brealey, Mark Gatiss, Freddie Fox, Daniel Mays, Valene Kane, Bronson Webb, Spencer Wilding, Callum Turner, Alistair Petrie, Guillaume Delaunay, Arti Shah.
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