The Black Cat
Edgar Allan Poe
In "The Black Cat" a man goes through a series of changes, resorting to violence to quell his urges. The once tender and caring man becomes a thing of horror and kills the things that end up in his way. With being reminded of his previous cat day by day and his growing hatred for his new one, what will happen when his wife tries to stop him from stopping what he started?
The insane man tells the readers upfront that he is scheduled to die the same day, but we never figure out until he tells his story. The narrator insists he does not feel guilt from what he did but the readers can tell that he feels guilt in subconscious ways. Guilt also causes him to give away to what he has done.
The Black Cat - Short Movie