Wuthering Heights (2003)

A remake of Emile Bronte’s classic tale of passion and jealousy set in modern-day California, Wuthering Heights tells the story of Cate (Erika Christensen) and Hendrix (Johnny Whitworth), young siblings living with their nonconformist father Earnshaw (John Doe), in a ramshackle lighthouse known as "The Heights". Cate is free-spirited and happy, but curious about the world outside her home. On his travels, Earnshaw encounters a reclusive homeless boy, Heath (Mike Vogel), who he invites into their home. Heath is an intense child with natural musical abilities, and he draws immediate reactions from the family - love from Cate, fatherly love from Earnshaw, and jealousy from displaced Hendrix.

Cate, in a desperate attempt to quash her feelings for Heath, accepts a hasty marriage proposal from Edward Linton (Chris Masterson), a shy suitor. But their happiness is short-lived as Cate cannot escape her true feelings for Heath. As she withdraws, her adoring husband grows impatient and jealous. When Heath returns to reclaim "The Heights" from Hendrix, it's only a matter of time before he and Cate are reunited for one secret tryst.

To complicate matters, Edward's sister Isabel (Katherine Heigl) is trying desperately to steal Heath for herself and does everything in her power to keep the couple apart.

Director: Suri Krishnamma

Writer: Emily Brontë, Max Enscoe and Annie DeYoung

Producer: Donald L. West

Executive Producers: Paul Mason, Patricia Knopf and Jim Steinman

Also Starring: Erika Christensen, Johnny Whitworth, Mike Vogel, Chris Masterson, Aimee Osbourne and John Doe