Branagh

Why does Victor Frankenstein refer to body parts of the Creature as raw materials in Branagh's film, but in the novel, he refers it as beautiful parts(Even though the creature looks ugly). Why does Branagh change that? Thank you. I was so pleased to find this — No human body is made of "materials". Perhaps Branagh wanted to dehumanize Frankenstein from the beginning so all the viewers would continually consider him as a monster. Branagh is then forcing his point of view on the viewer saying that it's not plausible for anyone to consider Frankenstein anything but a machine or a mixture of parts. Alternatively, if he humanizes him Frankenstein later in the movie he may be doing it to set the stage for an unbelievable transformation. What once was just raw materials is now a living creature. Dr. Frankenstein must have saw the creature as beautiful because it is his creation much like a baby is beautiful to a parent. Then the fill maker either wanted to deem the transformation fatuous or give it more of an impact.

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