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EntertainmentNetflix Debuts Trailer for David Harbour's 'Frankenstein' Spoof

10:05  03 july  2019
10:05  03 july  2019 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

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Netflix has released its first trailer for the campy mockumentary Frankenstein ' s Monster' s Monster, Frankenstein . The cast includes David Harbour , Alex Ozerov, Kate Berlant, Mary Woronov, Alfred Molina, Heather Lawless and Michael Lerner. The mockumentary, written by Arrested Development

David Harbour delves into the enigmatic history of his legendary acting family, as he examines his father' s legacy and role in a made-for-tv play. Frankenstein ' s Monster' s Monster, Frankenstein streams July 16 only on Netflix .

Netflix Debuts Trailer for David Harbour's 'Frankenstein' Spoof

Netflix has released its first trailer for the campy mockumentary Frankenstein's Monster's Monster, Frankenstein.

The cast includes David Harbour, Alex Ozerov, Kate Berlant, Mary Woronov, Alfred Molina, Heather Lawless and Michael Lerner.

The mockumentary, written by Arrested Development producer John Levenstein, follows Harbour as he (the fictional version of himself) digs into the found footage of his father’s televised stage adaptation of Frankenstein. The trailer offers just a glimpse into the faux-dramatic spoof, with scenes of the found footage of the TV play intercut with Harbour being warned, "There's a lot of things about your father you may not want to know."

Frankenstein's Monster's Monster,Frankenstein is directed by Daniel Gray Longino, who has recently directed for shows such as PEN15 and Who Is America?, and has edited for Portlandia and Kroll Show.

The mockumentary hits Netflix on July 16. Watch the trailer above.

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