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  • Maria Soares

    A tall black figure, which a belated passer-by in the distance might have taken for a phantom, appeared erect upon the parapet of the quay, bent over towards the Seine, then drew itself up again, and fell straight down into the shadows. François Flameng, illustration to Les Misérables, from Illustration des oeuvres complètes de Victor Hugo vol. 3 Paris, 1885. (Source:

  • Maggie Duimstra

    les miserables - I know it's coming, yet every time I see it, I hope he makes a different choice

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The new Les Miserables movie. Saw it this evening - SOOOOO GOOD!!!! Go see it!!!

Red - the blood of angry men! Black - the dark of ages past! Red - a world about to dawn! Black - the night that ends at last!

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Les Miserables. I think this song gives me chills because it's the only thing that in real life would truly be sung.

I am agog, I am aghast. Is Marius in love at last? I've never heard him Oooh and Aaahhhh. <-My all time favorite part sung in that movie. I don't know the name of the man who sang that last part, but Im convinced that he was an angel.

"Les Misérables" - Jean Valjean, a Frenchman imprisoned for stealing bread, must flee a police officer named Javert. The pursuit consumes both men's lives, and soon Valjean finds himself in the midst of the student revolutions in France. (1998) (Non-musical version.)