Wuthering Heights

Wuthering Heights

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  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom
  • Language: English
  • Release date: January 18, 2009
  • Runtime: 2 hours 22 minutes
  • Also known as: Dôi Gió Hú
  • "Wuthering Heights" is a film directed by Kochi Gilzo, starring Tom Hardy and Charlotte Riley, which was officially released in The United States of America on January 18, 2009.
    The film is adapted from the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland female writer Emily Bronte 's masterpiece " Wuthering Heights " of the same name. The film tells the story of the gypsy outcast Heathcliff, who was adopted by the old owner of the villa. After being humiliated and having a bad relationship, he went out to get rich and returned. A story of revenge against Linton, a landowner who married his girlfriend Catherine, and his children.


    • Release date January 18, 2009
    • Filming locations Bramham Park, Bramham, Wetherby, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, UK
    • Production companies Mammoth Screen

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    • By Clotilde 2022-10-02 03:02:02

      Can't like Cathy

      There's a plot in the book, the movie wasn't that annoying

      Cathy yells rudely to let Nelly out when Edgar comes to visit.

      In the novel, Cathy scolded, pinched, and slapped Nelly in front of Edgar, and then slapped Edgar... Seeing such a violent heroine, it was strange that Edgar proposed to her soon after... Maybe kind Want to be a savior? Then, in the novel, in front of the Linton family, Cathy is still very dignified,...

    • By Bell 2022-09-24 09:41:03

      Childhood Shadows and Twisted Love

      It's more like a remake of the original.

      Uncle Tang interprets Heathcliff's wildness and hatred and dark temperament very well, especially the shrill scream when he learned of Catherine's death, which made people tremble and heartache.

      In my opinion, Catherine is selfish. She wants to enjoy Lin's love and his material things, but she has a deep love for Heathcliff in her heart, but how can she have the best of both...

    • By Karlie 2022-09-22 08:54:19


      It is their growth environment and id that determine such a kind of life, or the way of love, the love of the protagonist and the love of ordinary people, there is a difference in the degree of just talking about one object, the meaning of Catherine to Heathcliff It is equivalent to half of his life. Heathcliff's so-called hatred of Catherine is to hate her "betrayal". What Catherine gave Heathcliff was not just a sweet love, the two of you are in love with me, but the future, you can...

    • By Pattie 2022-09-21 14:44:41

      Unreal and real

      I haven't read emily's life, it seems that it is different from jane austen, but the stories written are all about men's love for women, feminism like I of course prefer her sister's Jane Eyre.

      Wuthering Heights:
      Mr. Earnshaw
      Hindley (Francis) Catherine Heathcliff
      Hareton Earnshaw Linton Heathcliff

      Thrushcross Grange:
      Mr./Mrs. Linton
      Edgar (Catherine) Isabella

      In emliy's world (same as Qiong Yao), men and women...

    • By Armando 2022-09-20 09:26:42

      very touching

      This film has the same narrative method as the original novel. The structure of flashbacks puts the haunted passages at the front of the whole film, and renders the tragic style of the whole film to the audience first, which is full of romanticism. At the end of the film, Khatchif finally committed suicide on the cliff and followed Kath away, once again pushing the story to a climax and elevating this relationship to a higher level. In fact, throughout the whole film, Khatchev's love and...

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    • By Perry 2022-09-25 22:48:32

      The remake wasn't very successful. The male and female protagonists are not classic...

    • By Megane 2022-09-12 17:35:19

      All the actors are very good-looking, probably because I have a problem with aesthetics, the heroine has a British aristocratic atmosphere, but it is less classical and more modern / Only the male lead is qualified in acting, and everyone else is a little lost / The plot is seriously unqualified and I don't know after reading it What happened to the plot? Whose child died at the age of 18? The plot of this second generation purpose is too abstract. The purpose of the first generation is still...

    • By Jamarcus 2022-09-06 11:58:31

      Such love is too...

    • By Julianne 2022-07-13 21:35:24

      Catherine didn't have that impulsive madness at all. Heathcliff in my mind should be thinner, darker, colder, more forbidding, and more affectionate. Little Casey is not good-looking enough... The brightest overall is indeed Hareton. =...

    • By Jacinthe 2022-07-13 20:59:49

      Miserable men and women who live and die for...

    Movie plot

    Heathcliff, a gypsy orphan picked up from the street by Mr. Earnshaw, has been abused since childhood, but Catherine, the host's daughter, admires his wildness. As a teenager, Heathcliff ( Tom Hardy ) develops a strong love for Katherine ( Charlotte Riley ). But worldly hierarchies destroyed his love. Catherine is married to Lord Linton ( Andrew Clutterbuck Andrew Lincoln) of Thrush Manor. Heathcliff's intense love turned into an...
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    Production and distribution

    The United States of America USA January 18, 2009
    The Kingdom of Belgium Belgium 23 May 2009
    United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland UK 30 August 2009
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    Movie quotes

    • Heathcliff: I would die a thousand deaths if I knew she were waiting for me!

    • Cathy: Why are you refusing to see me?

      Heathcliff: Cause I don't know you. Hindley's right, that little savage is lost and it was her that I loved.

      Cathy: I know you. And I love you.

      Heathcliff: In the way a mistress loves a servant?

      Cathy: No.

      Heathcliff: Come away with me then, as we planned. There.

      [points to her face]

      Heathcliff: It's your pause that betrays you.

      Cathy: I'm frightened.

      Heathcliff: Of what? Of me? Or poverty?

      Cathy: You're asking me to risk my reputation. Once a woman's reputation is gone she has nothing.

      Heathcliff: [incredulous] The old Cathy would never have said such a thing.

      Cathy: The old Cathy didn't know the world and how it regarded...

      Heathcliff: [grabs Cathy, interrupting her] I tried to leave you. Your love holds me here. Now if you mean to be indifferent to me as least do me the favor of releasing me.

    • Cathy: [watches a smiling Heathcliff enter] Do not smile, my love...

      Heathcliff: If I tell you why I am smiling, I think you will smile too.

      Cathy: [almost whispering] Tell me...

      Heathcliff: As Hindley was flogging me, I chanted a curse you know... He has lost the only person who ever loved him.

      Cathy: [aghast] You cannot welcome the death of a baby's mother!

      Heathcliff: I will welcome anything that makes Hindley suffer.

      Cathy: [quietly commands Heathcliff] Say you're sorry for talking like this my love...

      Heathcliff: [shrugging] I am not sorry.

      Cathy: [sadly] Sometimes I think your true passion is hate rather than love.