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equally important is the relationship we build with the designers and brands we support. we want them to share the same ideals so that we can grow together out of a basis of mutual respect. Discounts Buy Store Rare Womens Livin That Volleyball Mom Life for women mother Funny Mum Seattle Mall Editorial Reviews Quick Shipping !!! New And Sealed !!! This Disc WILL NOT play on standard US DVD player. A multi-region PAL/NTSC DVD player is request to view it in USA/Canada. Please Review Description. Womens Livin That Volleyball Mom Life for women mother Funny Mum Movies TV => Blu-ray => Movies Cumbres Borrascosas 1939 Wuthering Heights Nashville-Davidson Mall Let's just keep this between you and me...This is one of only three movies that can make me bawl like a baby. I love this movie, a true classic that shouldn't ever be remade because I can't imagine it getting better. I watch this movie so happily but I know the deathbed scene is coming and I know what is going to happen. Sure enough, when Olivier says gives his "Haunt me" soliloquy I am crying so hard.If you aren't crying at this point you don't have a soul.Saw this in the early 40's when I was about 10 years old, and it changed my viewing pleasures for all time. I was present at a special showingin Santa Barbara several years ago at the Arlington Theater with Merle Oberon as a guest. In her presentation she mentioned that she had spent one summer there renting a property on the beach when L. Oliver came to the enchanting city for a visit. She painted the picture that if you happened to be present there were some evenings when Cathy and Heathcliff could be seen walking "hand in hand" on the beach near the downtown wharf. Talk about embedding an image in your mind! Ms. Oberon was most beautiful with a gorgeous deep tan, white dress and the attributes of a genuine movie star. Oh to be able to do it again. "The Best Remaining Seats". Utterly depressing. Good looking people – the women are all pretty, the men never have to shave and are always dressed to the T. Expensive costumes, not much scenery, lots of rain. What do they all have in common? They all, every man and woman in this movie, are bitterly unhappy, and watching it, so was I. Tho Wuthering Heights has been re-made and re-made in ways truer to the book by Emily Bronte this movie is the definitive version. No other actor has captured the passion of Heathcliff for his Cathy. Superb acting by everyone with Merle Oberon able to make you love her, hate her and love her again. Cannot recommend highly enough!! I really loved the book back when we were required to read certain books. This is by far my favorite version of this movie. I have seen them all and the performances given by Laurence Olivia and Merle Oberon are amazing. While I do love more modern versions of the classic books this is my number one favorite. Would love to see it in Blu-Ray if they ever come out with one. This story has many film versions. Having seen them all, this remains the best in my opinion. It’s an old-style black and white movie, and it’s overacted and melodramatic. So is the book.The key is the movie has truly iconic, great actors going all-out with characters and story from a book that is haunting, moody and truly sad. A tale of eternal love, set in the moors of the highlands amongst crags and heather, filled with social commentary of the aristocratic humiliation of a gypsy boy who aspires to love above his station. It’s a story about love, and how social status derails it.What this version does best is keep the supernatural qualities of love beyond the grave — or in someone’s damaged mind — center in the story. It tells of a love eternal that defies social values.If you watch any other version, watch this too. It’s stunning and above all, passionate.Now, I don’t know why, but Olivie reminds me of Michael Richards as Kramer in Seinfeld in his movements and expressions. That’s okay. It somehow works. VHS tape ordered on 04/24/21 and received 04/29/2. It plays well. I have watched five different versions of Wuthering Heights already, and by far THIS IS THE BEST ADAPTATION of Heathcliff and Cathy's love story. The scenes are clean and realistic, conversations are clear, interactions between the characters and acting are believable. I understood Heathcliff's passionate love, hatred and revenge. He may be vengeful, but he remained civil in his actions here. He captured the essence of Heathcliff in this movie. It captured my imagination to a T perfectly (100%). Olivier is truly a brilliant actor.Wuthering Heights, set on film in 1939, is based on the only story we have from Emily Bronte. Set in the late 1700s to early 1800s, the story tells of the tragic love of Catherine and Heathcliff. It's set close to the same timeframe as the various Jane Austen novels (Pride amp; Prejudice, Sense amp; Sensibility, etc.) so it's a bit of a surprise to see that this movie version is set with Civil War costumes. Apparently when the movie was filmed (the same year as Gone with the Wind) everyone was Civil-War-Happy and somehow the women all ended up in those fluffy dresses. To me that's an enormous shame, as I adore the outfits from the proper era.We also only get half the story here. In the novel there is a whole second generation - Catherine's child, Heathcliff's child, etc. There is continuing epic trauma. But in this sanitized version, Heathcliff and Catherine barely kiss and they wander off in love hand-in-hand at the end. So the depth and emotion of the story is reined in quite a bit.The three main actors are all of course brilliant and talented. But it's well known that Oberon and Olivier were quite unhappy with each other during the filming of this movie. So while the source material is phenomenal, some of the natural chemistry which is palpable in other movie versions isn't quite as high-octane here. Oberon, in her Gone-with-the-Wind dress, is a bit too cool. She is playing more of an Austen type of heroine, rather than the fire-for-blood Catherine. Yes, Austen and Bronte are often considered contemporaries. But as much as I adore Austen's stories immensely, they are a different style. Austen's characters have refinement and wit. Bronte's have a broiling passion they can barely contain.Olivier is a genius. I love his characters. And, that being said, his character here is more a Darcy than a Heathcliff. There is brooding, but not the powerful rage and angst and volcanic desire for revenge that the book holds.Certainly the movie is brilliant. It deserves its ranking of #73 on the AFI top 100. I love the story, and I love the actors. But I also think that other versions bring forth the fullness of the story, the intricacy of the characters, and the darkness of the souls that Bronte wrote about. I think they portray the time frame more accurately, rather than artificially putting the characters into Civil War outfits. So I highly recommend watching this, and appreciating it for what it offers. Be sure, too, though, to watch the other versions of Wuthering Heights and to read the book. See what Bronte really wrote.

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