Wuthering Heights and four more films to see this weekend

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Kaya Scodelario in director Andrea's Arnold's version of Wuthering Heights

Kaya Scodelario in director Andrea's Arnold's version of Wuthering Heights


First, though: NYC's most prestigious annual film event, the New York Film Festival, enters its second weekend. We're reviewing every title in the main slate, so check in periodically with our handy grid of titles for the latest reviews:

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Andrea Arnold's Wuthering Heights is a bold rethink of Emily Brontë's romantic classic, with a palpable sense of dank weather and bruised hearts. Read our review

Our revival of the week is Wake in Fright, a long-lost 1971 Aussie thriller about men behaving badly. Read our review

Sister is Ursula Meier's follow-up to her fine 2008 debut, Home. It's a terrific sophomore feature about a boy thief and his deadbeat older sibling. Read our review

What do you mean you "haven't seen Looper yet"? Crackling time-travel movies don't come around that often. Read our review

Finally, make time to check out How to Survive a Plague, an essential documentary about Bush-era AIDS activism. Read our five-star review

 

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