Wuthering Heights Ghost Scene.
Describe, analyse, evaluate and compare the ghost scenes in the two films
The ghost scene in Peter Kosminsky's version of Wuthering Heights is far more advanced than in Lawrence Olivier's version, because it is more modern. This means that Kosminsky can use a lot of special effects that were not available to Lawrence Olivier.
Kosminsky's ghost scene includes a lot of these special effects to enhance the uneasy atmosphere. It starts with Zillah leading Lockwood to a chamber to get away from Heathcliff. There is a raging storm outside which is the only sound except Lockwood's footsteps. Thi…
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