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armchair travel courtesy of wuthering heights (latest film)

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The critics are writing favourable comments about the latest adaptation of Jayne Eyre's 'Wuthering Heights'. The Independent (UK newspaper) says that it is so close to nature its like being on one long hike. Close to nature it maybe but not close to the location, having been largely filmed in Swaledale - sumptuous nonetheless, and a good (albeit wet) insight into an overlooked Dale by the Lakes.

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