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Director  Marcus Nispel
Initial DVD release  October 10, 2004 (USA)
4.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror, Mystery, Sci-Fi
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Release date  October 10, 2004
Based on  Dean Koontzs Frankenstein by Dean Koontz
Writer  Dean R. Koontz (concept), John Shiban
Adapted from  Dean Koontzs Frankenstein
Cast  Parker Posey (Detec. Carson O`Conner), Vincent Pérez (Deucalion), Thomas Kretschmann (Victor Helios), Adam Goldberg (Detec. Michael Sloane), Ivana Mili?evi? (Erika Helios), Michael Madsen (Detec. Harker)
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Frankenstein is a 2004 made-for-television USA Network production starring Thomas Kretschmann as Victor Helios (supposedly the man that the fictional character Victor Frankenstein was based on) and Vincent Pérez as his creature. It was produced by Martin Scorsese and based on Dean Koontz's version of Frankenstein. The film was originally intended as the pilot for an ongoing series, but this was not successful. Koontz later developed the concept into a series of five novels: Frankenstein: Prodigal Son, Frankenstein: City of Night, Frankenstein: Dead and Alive, Frankenstein: Lost Souls, and Frankenstein: The Dead Town.

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This is not a direct adaptation of the Mary Shelley novel, but a postmodern gothic reinvention set in present-day New Orleans. It recasts the doctor as the villain and the creature as a tragic hero determined to stop him; the primary action involves two police detectives (Parker Posey and Adam Goldberg) who enlist the aid of the creature ("Deucalion" in this version) to stop a serial killer who is one of Victor's later creations.

References

Frankenstein (2004 film) Wikipedia
Frankenstein (2004 film) IMDb Frankenstein (2004 film) themoviedb.org


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