momoe_nakanishi’s review published on Letterboxd:
I don’t know much about the Bronte's lives and i still don’t, but i do feel there’s a risk in conflating their stories and heroines with how they really were. But it all had to come from somewhere - some living and experience. Anyway apart from wild and windy moors, things heaped against women’s lives and general bleakness, i didn’t get the feeling this fell to that risk.
This was mostly about their brother, which i guess points to he as the birthright shining hope of the family and they finding their under-esteemed way through what cracks they could find. I liked it. I wish i had a better copy to watch. the subtitles translated Wuthering Heights as ‘gusting summit.’