Having just recently read and enjoyed the book, I had a look at this on the weekend. It's very well done. Wonderful cinematography, great acting by Fienne's as Heathcliff has a haunting music score and moves along very nicely. Unfortunately the copy I got was only pan and scan but this one is in widescreen which would look really good.
I'd recommend reading the book first so you have something to compare it to. Considering all the rubbish coming out these days, I'd rather watch Wuthering Heights anytime.
Thanks for reading.
Sadly, in England. "We don't like her French accent" the poms moaned, despite her having voiced the entire film in her second language,, and thankfully without a grating Yorkshire brogue or even worse, a Valleygirl whine. No, really there is nothing wrong with Ms Binoche at all, neither in looks, acting, nor voice.
And Raif ! now you're a superstar, but back then you were just a moody young thing - and perfect for the part.
Scenery is great - music was haunting - direction, as usual, was superb. Kosminsky is probably my favourite director, but he's only done 2 films you might have seen in America - the rest were in England, released over the years. Worth migrating for that alone...