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WUTHERING HEIGHTS

Wuthering Heights is a classic of English literature. It’s a tragic tale of love. But the director of the 2012 film completely revamped it.

A film of the classic novel

Wuthering Heights was written by Emily Brontë and came out in 1847. It’s the tale of two doomed lovers: Catherine and Heathcliff. Year’s earlier, Catherine’s father is travelling in the north of England when he finds Heathcliff living on the streets. He decides to adopt the young boy and brings him home to live on the family farm. Over the years, Catherine and Heathcliff grow very close and eventually fall in love. But social conventionskeep them apart, and tragically they can never marry because Heathcliff is poor and parentless.

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