“Respectable, middle aged and middle class physician Dr. Henry Jekyll befriends and seems to have a great interest in a wicked young man by the name of Edward Hyde. One is tall upright and handsome, while the other, short and ugly. Jekyll's lawyer, Mr. Utterson does not understand their association and fears some malfeasance, exploitation or blackmail. What is the attraction between these two unlikely companions?
Stevenson's tale of mystery and horror, has influenced writers such as Oscar Wilde and Arthur Conan Doyle and he was one of the first to create the urban Gothic narrative set against late Victorian London. However this is more than just a tale of horror. It is an exploration into the human soul.”