Brilliant cybernetics expert Victor Frankenstein (an extremely able and affable performance by Jean Rochefort) fulfills his infamous family heritage by creating Frank (an endearingly oafish portrayal by 60's French pop singer Eddy Mitchell), a cultured, but clumsy and super strong humanoid being. Victor teaches Frank proper table manners and how to drive a car. But poor Frank feels lonely and unloved. So Victor and his patient, supportive and understanding fiancé Elisabeth (marvelously played by the strikingly lovely and appealing brunette beauty Fiona Gelin) decide to make Frank a perfect female companion named Adelaide (delectably embodied by stunningly gorgeous knockout Herma Voss). Director Alain Jessua, who also co-wrote the delightfully witty and lighthearted script, concocts an extremely cute, funny and engaging modern-day comic version of "Frankenstein" that blends a certain tasty sweetness and plenty of often uproarious quirky humor together in a highly disarming way that's a true joy to watch. Armando Trovajoli's classy, graceful score, William Lubtchansky's crisp, handsome cinematography, and the infectiously frothy'n'frivolous tone further enhance the considerable idiosyncratic charm of this utterly irresistible little treat.