Les Misérables

Les Misérables

  • Director: Tom Shankland
  • Countries of origin: United Kingdom, United States
  • Language: French, English
  • Release date: April 14, 2019
  • Runtime: 6 hours 12 minutes
  • Sound mix: Stereo
  • Aspect ratio: 2.00 : 1
  • Also known as: Знедолені
  • Les Misérables is a BBC mini-series directed by Tom Shacklen and starring Dominic West , David Oyelowo and Lily Collins , which premiered on BBC One on 30 December 2018   .
    Adapted from the novel of the same name written by Victor Hugo  , the play tells the life experience of prisoner Jean Valjean in the context of the Napoleonic Wars .

    Details

    • Release date April 14, 2019
    • Filming locations Sedan, France
    • Production companies Lookout Point Ltd., BBC Studios, PBS Masterpiece

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    • By Edwardo 2022-09-29 12:11:52

      les miserable world is not miserable

      I spent 6 hours watching Les Miserables, and I shed a lot of tears. I was also touched, moved, distressed and miserable. Fortunately, the last miserable world is not miserable, no matter how miserable the world is, there are always shining angels. The protagonist left with happiness and contentment, and he also felt that he had let go of his heart.

      Miserable is burned by kindness in a cruel and malicious world where right and wrong are reversed. No one is perfect,...

    • By Luisa 2022-09-29 03:59:25

      Whether you've read the original or not, you shouldn't miss this version of Les Miserables

      I don't remember saying this when I read the book, but it's one of the truths that this masterpiece made me understand!

      I’ve always been daring to watch movies and TV shows, but Fantine almost didn’t dare to watch it when...

    • By Adeline 2022-09-25 10:42:46

      Is it necessary for Javert to cast a black man?

      This famous sheriff who is paranoid and self-righteous incarnate in history should have a personality that is not like the general character of black people, not to mention that in France in the early 18th century, even if there were black civil servants, although this was very suspicious, there would be no doubts about it. Is it the possibility of punishing sins as the greatest joy in life, because one’s own ethnic group must also be at the bottom?

      This famous sheriff who is...

    • By Reagan 2022-09-12 06:57:59

      Unlucky

      I didn't finish reading the original work in one go. Background: The time span is 1815-1832, and some turmoil occurred during this period. In 1789, the French Revolution broke out. In June 1832, General Lamarck, who enjoyed high prestige among the French people, died of illness, triggering the French June Uprising, which ultimately failed. ... 2 characters Jean Valjean is my favorite character. ①Never sink in prison ②Meeting a very loving priest who worships Christianity ③After becoming...

    • By Hellen 2022-09-09 02:04:20

      Good and evil, the two sides of human nature

      Overall, the first three episodes were very exciting, and it was very heart-wrenching to watch. Many turns in the next three episodes are a little blunt, including Javert's change, Thenardier letting Jean Valjean release in the sewer, and Marius's heart was moved by the truth that Thenardier accidentally told... Maybe the novel's impact on the psychology of the characters The portrayal is more delicate, and these behaviors can be explained, but what the film and television shows is...

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    • By Erich 2022-09-17 16:45:43

      Fantine line reduction presented the best. After getting married, Cosette learned about the past of her adoptive father, which breeds disgust. Marius also encouraged Cosette to put an end to her relationship with her adoptive father. Finally, the young couple came to their senses and ran towards the dying adoptive father. Diluted, maybe the screenwriter wants to use this to relieve the audience's depression and depression, and simplify Cosette's character. The most difficult to accept is the...

    • By Melyna 2022-07-20 23:37:26

      E1: Although I added a scene to Fonteyn, I have to say that this episode of the priest teaching Jean Valjean was so good! Jean Valjean went from being vicious to crying bitterly, and the memories of the novels he read as a child were exactly the same. Although the screenwriter diss musical, there is one thing he grasps well. Great compassion is almost the opposite of the transcendent divinity of war and peace, and the bitterness of all beings. What it preaches is the beauty created by the great...

    • By Kelli 2022-07-20 20:57:06

      It's so hard to survive happily in a society where most people are both stupid and...

    • By Lois 2022-07-20 20:29:50

      The BBC drama is at a normal level. Between 7 and 8 points, the set photography is always a plus point. The adaptation of the plot is always controversial. ps Lily Collins is so exquisite that the second episode is so cruel that I can't bear to watch...

    • By Archibald 2022-07-20 15:52:54

      When I think of Lily playing a hard-working single mother, I can't stand it anymore, she can only be a beautiful noble...

    Movie plot

    Farmer Jean Valjean ( Dominic West ) spends 19 years in prison for stealing a loaf of bread to feed his starving sister's family. After leaving prison, he decided to change his mind and be a good man. The makeover he worked hard to become a wealthy and respected citizen. When he finds one of his factory workers, Fantine ( Lily Collins ) , destitute after being fired, he adopts her daughter, Cosette ( Eleanor Elizabeth Bamber ) ....
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