Wuthering Heights

Love is a force of nature


Wuthering Heights
The umpteenth film version of Emily Bronte's classic novel has won several awards. A Yorkshire hill farmer on a visit to Liverpool finds a homeless boy on the streets. He takes him home to live as part of his family on the isolated Yorkshire moors where the boy forges an obsessive relationship with the farmer's daughter.

126 minutes.
No persons under 16 (Language, Violence).
Drama, Period piece, Romance, On the art circuit
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Credits

Cast
James Howson, Kaya Scodelario, Steve Evets, Oliver Milburn, Nicola Burley, Shannon Beer, Solomon Glave
Director
Andrea Arnold
ScreenplayAndrea Arnold, Olivia Hetreed, from the novel by Emily Bronte
CinematographyRobbie Ryan
EditingNicolas Chaudeurge
Sound formatsDolby Digital
Made in2011
Produced byEcosse Films, Film4, HanWay Films, Goldcrest Films International, UK Film Council, Screen Yorkshire

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Film and Publications Board (FPB) Report (SA)

GenreDrama
LanguageInfrequent, strong
NudityNone
SexInfrequent, mild
ViolenceFairly frequent, strong, realistic, psychological
PrejudiceInfrequent, mild
BlasphemyNone
Drug abuseNone
CommentsNone
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Ratings

Scale (Max)20

What the Critics say

Cape Times
Neil Young quote iconBold new take on Brontë classic.
15
Rottentomatoes critics
27 critics
12
Rottentomatoes tomatometer
Tomatometer
16
Movie Review Query Engine
MRQE critics quote icon
12

What the People say

Internet
1543 Netizens quote iconI wanted to walk back out!
13

Average .. 68%

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