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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Rosina Rossini's rating of the film Wuthering Heights

    In terms of character development and depth, by far the best version of Wuthering Heights. Watch the 1939 version for Gregg Toland's glorious expressionist cinematography, but watch this one if you want depth and characterization. Like the 1939 film, it pays no attention to the whole "next generation" subplot that is in the novel, but this doesn't take away from the accuracy of what they chose to present.