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Claude Lelouch's Les Misérables takes some surprising liberties with the source material, proving a classic story often holds up regardless of how it's told.
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The family reads the Hugo novel aloud to him while they travel together, and apparently they all come to realize how much their lives are like great literature.
It's part of the magic Lelouch has worked that his story-of-all-stories theme matches the catch-all inclusiveness of his old-fashioned celluloid showmanship.
Aspectacular-looking film with those great settings and costumes that are a hallmark of French period films.
Lelouch overworks this narrative scheme terribly: By reiterating his point and leaving nothing to our imagination, his cross-referencing shtick turns dull and belabored.
If it were shorter, we wouldn't know what misery really feels like.
The film is a wealth of incident: boxing matches, prison escapes, overland chases, a train robbery, high society, low crimes.
Belmondogives not just the best performance of this film but one of the best of his long and admirable career.
This is old-fashioned, tasteful European filmmaking.
A surprisingly effective updating of Victor Hugo's novel.
Arresting images, the timeless battle of good and evil and triumph over insurmountable odds combine to lend a worldly veneer to this three-hour epic. In terms of human destiny, it speaks volumes.
A stunning achievement.
The acting in the film is top notch.
A great adaption of Les Miserable to WW2.
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