Sparkhouse [Import anglais]
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BBC drama updating the story of 'Wuthering Heights' by Emily Bronte. On isolated Sparkhouse farm, feisty Carol Bolton (Sarah Smart) lives with her drunken father and shares a destructively intense passion with her childhood love Andrew Lawton (Joseph McFadden). But in the surroundings of the bleak, expansive moors, the dark secrets and jealousies at the heart of their relationship threatens to destroy everything they hold dear.
Starring Sarah Smart (At Home with the Braithwaites), Joseph McFadden (The Crow Road, Small Faces), Alun Armstrong and Celia Imrie, Sparkhouse is a love story that works heartfelt romance with humour and pain into a tale as powerful and turbulent as a modern-day Wuthering Heights. Carol and Andrew have been in love since school. When Andrew prepares to go to university, his parents are relieved that he will be out of the clutches of reckless, volatile Carol, whose world is slowly beginning to fall apart. The secrets that have been buried among the chaos of her family home at Sparkhouse farm are working their way into the open.
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Mon seul regret: la fin trop abrupte, que j'ai trouvée bâclée.
Pour information, le dvd est en anglais, sous-titré anglais.
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The novel Wuthering Heights is a real downer of a read, parts of it are gripping but the rest is wilderness and madness, like the moors itself. Plus, necrophilia and inter-generational inbreeding are not very romantic when you come right down to it. That being said, this rework of Bronte's story is set in the present with some post-modern sex changes. Heathcliff's character is embodied in Carol (Sarah Smart), Cathy becomes Andrew (Joe McFaddlen) and John Standring (Richard Armitage) is an amalgam of the doomed siblings, Isabella and Edgar Hareton. The Heathcliff character works really well as a female role but Cathy's repression and hysteria don't translate as well for a male part. For all you 3S BBC Robin Hood fans, there is a special treat, Holly Grainger (the actress who plays Meg) as a teenager!
And yes, RA is good in it, although his body language and appearance are quite different than the heroic Mr. Thornton North & South or the sadistic Sir Guy Robin Hood: Seasons 1-2. This was made in 2002 (RA is a beardless brunette) and since that time he has matured quite nicely in my opinion!! Beware, this searing tragedy has gripping performances all the way round and it is almost impossible to quit watching it so plan to allot three hours before you start.
The two leads who love each other and simultaneously drive each other mad get a bit tiresome. She's White Trash, and he's a whiny Rich Kid who does stupid things like banging his head against brick walls (no, really). HE is the worst character, as he doesn't want WT to be with anyone else, yet he's married to another woman. SHE is almost as bad, leading another guy along (that would be Richard Armitage; she even proposes to him, and then she marries him), while she pines for her REAL love, Rich Kid. Sound confusing? It's not, really. Forget the plot; just watch it to enjoy Richard Armitage. (Oh, glory!)
Let me add my request for this in USA format, so that I can send copies to my sister and friends. It's too good not to share.