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Wuthering Heights

The book Wuthering Heights was made into the movie Wuthering Heights.

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Book details for Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights was written by Emily Bronte. The book was published in 2004 by Signet Classics. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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There are few more convincing, less sentimental accounts of love than Wuthering Heights. This is the story of a tormented foundling who falls in love with the daughter of his benefactor, and of the violence and misery that result from their thwarted longi... Read More
There are few more convincing, less sentimental accounts of love than Wuthering Heights. This is the story of a tormented foundling who falls in love with the daughter of his benefactor, and of the violence and misery that result from their thwarted longing for each other.

Movie details for Wuthering Heights

The movie was released in 1992 and directed by Peter Kosminsky, who also directed White Oleander (2002). Wuthering Heights was produced by Paramount. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Juliette Binoche, Ralph Fiennes, Janet McTeer, Sophie Ward, Simon Shepherd, Jeremy Northam, Jason Riddington, Simon Ward, Dick Sullivan, Robert Demeger, Paul Geoffrey, John Woodvine, Jennifer Daniel, Janine Wood, Jonathan Firth, Jon Howard, Jessica Hennell, Trevor Cooper, Steven Slarke and Rupert Holliday-Evans.

 

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Peter Kosminsky's 1992 adaptation of Emily Brontė's Wuthering Heights goes to the extreme of casting Sinéad O'Connor in a brief bit as Brontė herself, but the film still doesn't approach the accomplishment of William Wyler's classic 1939 production (with ... Read More
Peter Kosminsky's 1992 adaptation of Emily Brontė's Wuthering Heights goes to the extreme of casting Sinéad O'Connor in a brief bit as Brontė herself, but the film still doesn't approach the accomplishment of William Wyler's classic 1939 production (with Laurence Olivier and Merle Oberon) or subsequent versions by Luis Buńuel and Robert Fuest. That doesn't make it unwatchable, however: it still offers The English Patient costars Ralph Fiennes and Juliette Binoche as doomed lovers Heathcliff and Cathy. Binoche is a bit washed-out, but Fiennes makes a strong impression as the rejected laborer who makes his fortune and exacts a vengeance. Unlike Wyler's film, this one covers all the chapters of Brontė's book, but it is sodden with misery and lacks all grace. --Tom Keogh