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John Matos over 5 years ago
Better the most recent version, even if different from the play (and book). Great drama.
Bo Ubbens 6 years ago
Beautiful film: can a man be redeemed?
Giorgia 9 months ago
Justinas Jarukaitis over 1 year ago
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João Santos 5 years ago
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Dina Hansen over 5 years ago
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Mike Faulkner almost 6 years ago
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Sabrina Longo 6 years ago
Jesse Arnold 6 years ago
Les Misérables is a 1998 film adaptation of Victor Hugo's 1862 novel of the same name, directed by Bille August. It stars Liam Neeson, Geoffrey Rush, Uma Thurman, and Claire Danes. As in the original novel, the storyline follows the adult life of Jean Valjean (Liam Neeson), an ex-convict (paroled following 19 years of hard labor, for stealing bread) pursued by police Inspector Javert (Geoffrey Rush). It was filmed at Barrandov Studios in Prague. Jean Valjean (Liam Neeson), a man arrested for stealing bread nineteen years previously, is released on parole. Since no one else is willing to allow a convict to stay the night, Valjean is kindly welcomed by Bishop Myriel to spend the night in his home. Valjean explains to Myriel that he is going to become a new man the following day. However, that night, Valjean steals Myriel's silverware and flees. Valjean is later arrested and brought back to Myriel, but Myriel tells the police that Valjean did not steal his silverware, but that he, in...
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