Festival Ciné Junior : Édition 2013

James Whale / Fiction / United States / 1935 / 1h15 / VOSTF ou VF
Original Title : The Bride of Frankenstein
From 9 years old

Mary W. Shelley tells her husband and the poet Lord Byron the development of her novel Frankenstein. The monster, created from scratch by the scientist Henry Frankenstein, survived the end of the first episode. He continues to spread fear in the countryside and the woods. In the mean time, Henry Frankenstein is asked for a new creation : a woman.

James Whale
Born in Great Britain in 1889, James Whale starts by writing theatre plays for the London Stage, then in Broadway. Howard Hughes notices and recruits him as an assistant on Hell’s Angels (1930). That same year, he starts a career as a producer with Journey’s End. With his following films, he becomes one of the great names of Hollywood horror cinema with Frankenstein (1931), The Old Dark House (1932), The Invisible Man (1933), Bride of Frankenstein (1935) and The Man in the Iron Mask (1939).

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17/02 - 18h Arcueil Espace municipal Jean Vilar
25/02 - 14h Champigny-sur-Marne Studio 66
26/02 - 13h45 Arcueil Espace municipal Jean Vilar
26/02 - 14h30 Fontenay-sous-Bois Cinéma Le Kosmos

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