Oscar-winner Andrea Arnold's much-discussed adaptation of "Wuthering Heights" premiered at Venice to widely favorable reviews and plenty of comments surrounding the film's decision to cast a black actor as Heathcliff.
The trailer, on the other hand, speaks for itself. It's a rush of gorgeous imagery shot in Arnold's preferred Academy ratio. Perhaps it's telling that the trailer only uses a single line of dialogue considering the novel it's based on is densely verbose.
The film, to be released by Oscilloscope Pictures, has no official release date yet.
Check it out below: