Wuthering Heights

It is 1848, and Heathcliff is tormented by the loss of Cathy, his deceased lover and eternal soul mate. Heathcliff conceives a plan to exact his hateful revenge on those around him.

It is now many years earlier, 1815, and Mr. Earnshaw returns to Wuthering Heights from Liverpool with a young orphan, Heathcliff. Earnshaw's son Hindley immediately resents Heathcliff, while daughter Cathy forms a deep bond with the mysterious boy. Ten years later, Hindley inherits Wuthering Heights and uses his power to treat Heathcliff poorly. Meanwhile, Cathy's connection with Heathcliff deepens and blossoms into love. However, an unexpected stay at the Linton home opens Cathy's eyes to the affections of Edgar Linton. Will Cathy choose a life of comfort and wealth with Edgar Linton or will she succumb to her love for Heathcliff?

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At Wuthering Heights, Heathcliff is tormented by his memory of Cathy — his deceased lover and eternal soul mate.

It is 1848, eighteen years after Cathy's death. Heathcliff exacts a nefarious plan of revenge on Edgar Linton, Cathy's husband and Heathcliff's neighbor. Heathcliff's son, Linton, has recently arrived at Wuthering Heights after the death of his mother — Edgar's sister Isabella. Heathcliff entraps Cathy and Edgar's daughter, Catherine, at Wuthering Heights where she discovers Linton and learns that Heathcliff plans to force them into marriage.

It is 1815, and Mr. Earnshaw returns from Liverpool with an orphan, Heathcliff. Hindley, Earnshaw's son, resents Heathcliff and is sent away to boarding school. Hindley's sister, Cathy, befriends Heathcliff and forges a close bond with the quiet and mysterious boy.

Ten years later, Mr. Earnshaw dies and Hindley returns to inherit Wuthering Heights. Hindley ensures that Heathcliff's life of freedom ends and that he is treated like a servant. Cathy and Heathcliff's connection has now blossomed into romantic love. Heathcliff's plans to run away with Cathy come to an abrupt end when Cathy spends five weeks at the Linton's home and returns transformed into a sophisticated young woman.

Nelly, the loyal maidservant at Wuthering Heights, observes Cathy as she becomes increasingly torn between her love for Heathcliff and Edgar Linton's admiration. Meanwhile, Hindley's wife, Frances, dies during childbirth and Hindley's demise begins.

Edgar proposes to Cathy and she must choose a life of comfort and wealth as Mrs. Linton or succumb to her love for Heathcliff. Believing that Cathy has already betrayed him in her heart, Heathcliff leaves town while Cathy tells Nelly that nothing can ever separate them.

After three years of waiting for Heathcliff, Cathy marries Edgar. At the wedding, Cathy learns that Heathcliff has returned. When Heathcliff arrives unannounced the next day, Edgar is wary of the timely coincidence. Heathcliff's flirtation with Isabella upsets Cathy. With his newfound wealth, Heathcliff seeks revenge on Hindley by encouraging his gambling habits.

Heathcliff realizes that Cathy has slept with Edgar and reacts with outrage. Cathy feels an overwhelming sense of betrayal. Heathcliff torments Cathy when he arrives looking for Isabella.

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