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Gothic, The

Gotyk · dir. Ken Russell
USA 1986, 87’

This film is for everyone who has ever thought about (un)true story of Frankenstein. One historic night, in Lord Byron's estate, Mary Shelley brings the monster to life. This is not the comedy of Mel Brooks, but a very serious lunacy in darkness, a bad dream interwoven with sex fantasies. That is Russell all over.

Director:Ken Russell
Screenplay:Stephen Volk
Music:Thomas Dolby
Cinematography:Mike Southon
Editing:Michael Bradsell
Cast:Gabriel Byrne, Natasha Richardson, Julian Sands
Production:Al Clark, Penny Corke, Robert Devereux, Robert Fox