Passionate about the occult, Victor Frankenstein is convinced that he can create life. In the solitude of his laboratory, one stormy night, his dream becomes reality... and turns into a nightmare. He just created a monstrous being. Victor flees, terrified. But it is too late: the creature, rejected by all, is already preparing it's revenge... The subtle reading of François Hatt plunges the listener into the heart of this timeless masterpiece, at the crossroads of the horrifying and of the philosophical. This modern Prometheus myth, written in three days by young Mary Shelley, has turned literature upside down, and it continues to thrill the imagination.
Passionate about the occult, Victor Frankenstein is convinced that he can create life. In the solitude of his laboratory, one stormy night, his dream becomes reality... and turns into a nightmare. He just created a monstrous being. Victor flees, terrified. But it is too late: the creature, rejected by all, is already preparing it's revenge... The subtle reading of François Hatt plunges the listener into the heart of this timeless masterpiece, at the crossroads of the horrifying and of the philosophical. This modern Prometheus myth, written in three days by young Mary Shelley, has turned literature upside down, and it continues to thrill the imagination.
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Rel. Date: 05/15/2020
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Frankenstein
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Passionate about the occult, Victor Frankenstein is convinced that he can create life. In the solitude of his laboratory, one stormy night, his dream becomes reality... and turns into a nightmare. He just created a monstrous being. Victor flees, terrified. But it is too late: the creature, rejected by all, is already preparing it's revenge... The subtle reading of François Hatt plunges the listener into the heart of this timeless masterpiece, at the crossroads of the horrifying and of the philosophical. This modern Prometheus myth, written in three days by young Mary Shelley, has turned literature upside down, and it continues to thrill the imagination.