At first, Victor is inspired by the triumph of science over death. Frankenstein dreams that the Creature will be perfect when he puts together his giant body piece by piece. But animation distorts beautiful features. The Creature has tormenting thoughts and feelings that push him to kill Victor’s brother.
The brilliant young scientist decides to conduct a doubtful experiment to revive a dead body. He collects the necessary parts of corpses and brings life into the Creature. The scientist succeeds but gets horrified as he stares into the meaningless watery eyes full of pain and hate. Victor escapes, leaving the monster alone. Frankenstein locks in his apartment and falls ill with a fever. His friend Henry Clerval takes care of him.
The Creature has to hide in the woods. But he is full of hope to become one of the humans. However, the family living in the forest hut, whom he secretly helped during the winter, rejects him. Distracted with pain and loneliness, the Creature kills Victor’s brother William. Victor arrives at the scene of the murder and understands everything. He considers himself responsible for this murder and falls into despair. Frankenstein finds the monster and listens to his story of loneliness. The Creature threats to kill all who are dear to Victor if the scientist does not create a female beast.
He follows the scientist to Scotland, where Victor begins a new experiment. But soon, Frankenstein abandons the idea of creating a female monster for fear of the consequences. Deciding to get rid of the tools, he gets into the boat but falls asleep. The wind carries him to the shores of Ireland. The monster kills Victor’s friend Clerval to take revenge and put him in prison. Frankenstein finds himself jailed, turning from an optimistic scientist to a heartbroken man.