‘Les Misérables’ — Five Reasons To See The Movie This Winter

Fri, December 14, 2012 3:10pm EST by 5 Comments
Les Miserables Movie Recap
Courtesy of Working Title Films

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sue sark

Posted at 10:38 AM on December 17, 2012  

Play/movie/book has nothing to do with the French Revolution. It’s about the Student Rebellion which lasted all of one day!

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Amanda

Posted at 7:00 AM on December 15, 2012  

Les Miserables does not take place during the the French Revolution in 1793, but during the student uprisings of the 1830’s. I’m so excited to see it!

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Darryl Nagel

Posted at 6:11 AM on December 15, 2012  

The story is NOT based on the French Revolution but on a student uprising. Does that change the superb review of this film. No.

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Adamdruggyshulman

Posted at 5:41 PM on December 14, 2012  

Anne’s scenes are not in the knickerfree zone. Number 6 reason to watch

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alwaysthewallflower

Posted at 5:23 PM on December 14, 2012  

Reblogged this on alwaysthewallflower.

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