Wuthering Heights

Solomon Glave and Shannon Beer in Andrea Arnolds Wuthering Heights

Loads of differing opinions about Andrea Arnolds Wuthering Heights. Having lived in a lonely remote farmhouse on a hillside the next valley along from Wuthering Heights, I’ve got to tell you the film gives a gritty, true image of the landscape. A difficult, tough place, where nature and the weather rules. It’s watery dampness creeps into your sole and you either quit the place or fall deeply in love with it. This film gives the exhilarating experience of walking on the tops without making the long journey up north.

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