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Duration: 104 min Brief: A cop from the provinces moves to Paris to join the Anti-Crime Brigade of Montfermeil, discovering an underworld where the tensions between the different groups mark the rhythm genre: Drama writer: Giordano Gederlini actor: Djebril Zonga year: 2019.
Over final note: “Blame Canadaaaa! Blame Canadaaaaa!”.
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This is why he only has animal friends now. Hagrid style. Theres something about the lines “come with me, where chains will never bind you. all your grief - at last, at last, behind you.” that really speak to me. for me life always seems like a struggle. every day is a fight. a fight im going to keep fighting but at 34 years of age im already exhausted. i hope some day when my time comes someone as beautiful as Fantine will be there for me to sing these words: “at last, at last behind you.”.

I loved the movie it had a great beginning and end but the middle part when they focused on the revolution was the least interesting and weakest I m So Gladddddd Finaly i can watch it for free LES MISERABLES hhaahah I love It Really Nice movie For my Weekend Seen This Movie Streaming ON.

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Who will not be slaves again. One of my favorite musicals ever. I was so happy they made it into a movie! Now they just have to make Wicked into a movie and my life will be complete. 33:01 One Short Day. "Those who live are those who fight." Victor Hugo
Because I have had my fill of violence recently in the realism of For Sama and the fantasy of The Gentlemen, I can more easily recognize the artistic importance of it to represent the malign tendencies of human nature and the absurdity of having to defend life with terror rather than thought. The rugged streets of ethnically-diverse Paris, usually hidden from us white travelers, come alive in this loose update of Les miserables by director Ladj Li's
Violence is cinematic, and in the Oscar-nominated Les miserables, set in Hugo's modern-Paris hood, it serves to explode in our minds the great divide between kids and adults and the evil of police brutality for those kids doomed to spend their days under racist dominance and ignorant supervision. The
Young Issa (Issa Perica) steals a baby lion from a circus; an active crime unit, led by modern-Javert Chris (writer Alexis Mananti) pursues him with brutal results. As white police clash with predominantly Muslim citizens, kids ironically become the antagonists, as if writer/director Li wanted to remind us that in Lord-of-the-Flies tradition, even the innocent are not so innocent if we teach them well. Hugo would have agreed that the adults in charge are jailers with cruelty on their minds.
The cinematographic movement of this Oscar-nominated drama is active with Steadicam balance and drone perspective. We are there.
Of the dozen or so characters, not one is neglected, and not one is irrelevant to the plot. As for the Parisian setting, Ladj makes sure the Eifel Tower appears in a few shots, more I suspect to make fun of our cliched experience with the great city because the hood we see in Les miserables is the world we most likely would never see in our travels. Chalk up another of cinema's gifts to us.
Here's a film of enormous humanity and entertainment couched in a tense world of racist clashes and violent conclusions. Hugo would agree while offering a modicum of hope: The darkest night will end, and the sun will rise...

Un film financé par nos impôts pour un résultat médiocre fait par un médiocre pour les médiocres,si cela avait été un bon film comme tout le monde essaye de le faire croire il se serait pas fait écrasé par la reine des neiges, qu on arrête de filé nos impôts à des gens sans intérêts et sans éducations notre put. De gouvernement à investit 80 à 90 milliards en 30 ans pour leurs banlieues et en contre parti ils sont incapables de créer des logements pour les sdf, le monde à l envers. And imagine 7 years later the same guy Tom Hooper made a movie Cat. Tom whats happen? Too many furballs. I didn't need my heart anyways. City Of God meets Boyz N The Hood.

3:36 when you open the fridge and see that someone ate your food Jokes aside, great acting from Anne Hathaway. My favorite part of this is how they all look like they are from their nationality.


Nice, thank you. missed lea salonga( tony recipient for miss saigon) and les miserables (eponine. It's mazz.


Yooo les quatrième quatre. What a lady. Nobody sings it like Ruthie. Love ya girl. You make my drunk nites complete. Grantaire:Fangirling Marious and Cosette. J'aime bien les gens des beaux quartiers qui nous donnent des leçons et qui nous disent d'aller voir ce film alors que nous on vit tous les jours dans la cité au milieu des dealers et de leurs destructions. Pour ceux qui ont vu le film mais qui ne connaissent pas les cités allez vous balader dans ces cités pour voir la réalité plutôt qu' une fiction. Exemple celle-ci si vous avez des couilles !3m6!1e1!3m4!1srTIIKS8y-BQkuxcpKA9U2Q!2e0!7i16384!8i8192?hl=fr&authuser=0. It's called Les Misérables because the events in the movie happened in the same city where Victor Hugo wrote his book Les Misérables.

Aside from the music, lyric and stunning vocals this version blows me away with the percussion. Not too in your face when it needs to be. LOVE this version...


When I first saw this trailer in cinemas as a 14-year-old, it was the first time I'd heard of Les Miserables. Il faut parler des violences policières ok mais de la violence de la racailles aussi. La banlieue la banlieue la banlieue toujours la banlieue faut arrêter un peu avec ça moi meme je viens de la banlieue et rien de bon ne sortira de la bas parlez un peu des droits des gens honnêtes qui voient leurs droits bafouer de jours en jours au profits des malhonnêtes voleurs gens violent et d'individu psychiatrique en tout gens de banlieues ont étaient trop gâter est c'est un banlieusard qui vous le dit.c'est quand même grave qu'un gilets jaunes est considérer comme une brebis galeuses alors que des voyous et ex voyous sont parlez a leurs parents d'une manière profonde et ultra sincère je vous jure que même eux vous diront que rien de bon ne sortira des banlieusard mdrrrrrrr.

' Do we fight for the right to a night at the opera now. Yes, Enjolras. We are. Cosette is our opera. Partout. fais une recherche web. version fr ou eng. c'est une vieille comédie musicale. I've gotta say, I love Poland's for some reason. Next comes Japan, and after that, I've gotta say Sweden doesn't get enough attention. Am I the only one who really likes Crowes voice? Like i really love the tone and the way he sings the words! Always was looking forward to his singing in the movie.

Music is truly the unifier of nations.

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