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Plot[ edit ] InFrench prisoner Jean Valjean is released from the Bagne of Toulon after serving nineteen years for stealing a loaf of bread for his sister's son. His paroled status prevents him from finding work or accommodation, but he is sheltered by the kindly Bishop of Digne. Stealing his silverware, Valjean is captured by policebut the bishop claims he gave Valjean the silver, telling him to use it to do something worthwhile with his life.
Moved, Valjean breaks his parole to start a new life redeeming others. Eight years later, Valjean is a respected factory owner and mayor of Montreuil, Pas-de-Calais.
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He is shocked when Javertformerly a Toulon prison guard, arrives as his new chief of police. Javert suspects Valjean's real identity when he rescues a worker trapped under a cart. One of Valjean's workers, Fantineis fired by the factory foreman upon learning she has an illegitimate daughter, Cosettewho lives with greedy innkeepers, the Thénardiersto whom Fantine sends her earnings.
To support her daughter, Fantine sells her hair and teeth, and becomes a prostitute. Javert arrests her when she attacks an abusive customer, but Valjean rescues her and takes her to the hospital. Learning that a man has been wrongly identified as him, Valjean reveals his identity to the court before returning to the dying Fantine, promising to fogyasszon sokkal kevesebbet a fogyáshoz for Cosette.
Javert arrives to arrest Valjean but he escapes. They hide in a conventaided by the worker Valjean rescued. Nine years later, Valjean has become a philanthropist to the poor in Paris. General Lamarquethe only government official sympathetic to the poor, dies, and revolutionists called the Friends of the ABC plot against the monarchy. Marius Pontmercya member of the Friends, falls in love with Cosette and asks Époninethe Thénardiers' daughter, to help find her.
He and Cosette meet and confess their love; Éponine, also in love with Marius, is heartbroken.
Thénardier attempts to rob Valjean's house, but is stopped by Éponine. Valjean, afraid 25 font súlycsökkenés 3 hónap alatt is near, plans to flee to England with Cosette.
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She leaves Marius a letter, which Éponine hides from him. During Lamarque's funeral processionthe revolt begins and barricades are built across Paris. Javert poses as an ally to spy on the rebels, but the street urchin Gavroche exposes him as a policeman.
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During the first skirmish against the soldiers, Éponine takes a bullet for Marius and dies in his arms, giving him Cosette's letter and confessing her love. Marius' answer to Cosette is intercepted by Valjean, who joins the revolution to guard Marius.
Valjean offers to execute Javert but releases him instead, faking the policeman's death. By dawn, the soldiers storm the barricade and kill everyone except Marius and Valjean, who escape into the sewers. Thénardier comes across Valjean and the unconscious Marius, stealing the latter's ring before pointing a way out.
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Valjean finds Javert waiting for him, but upon seeing Marius close to death, Javert mercifully lets Valjean go. Javert, átalakulás súlycsökkentő csatorna winchester confused by the mercy of his nemesis, as well as his own, commits suicide by throwing himself in the Seine.
Marius recovers, traumatized by the death of his friends. Marius and Cosette are reunited but Valjean, concerned his presence would threaten their happiness, makes plans to leave and reveals his story to Marius, who promises to remain silent.
Cosette and Marius marry, but the Thénardiers crash the wedding reception to blackmail Marius.
Thénardier claims that he witnessed Valjean carrying a murdered corpse and shows the stolen ring, which Marius recognises as his own.
Realizing that Valjean saved him that night, Marius forces Thénardier to reveal where Valjean is before leaving with Cosette, and the Thénardiers are thrown out of the wedding.
At the convent, Cosette and Marius find the dying Valjean, who gives them letters of confession before dying peacefully, and his spirit is guided by the spirits of Fantine and the Bishop to join Éponine, Gavroche, and the Friends of the ABC in the afterlife. Cast[ edit ] Hugh Jackman as Jean Valjeana Frenchman released from Toulon prison after 19 years of imprisonment for stealing bread and failed attempts at escaping from the prison.
On his way to Europe for a friend's wedding, Crowe came to London and met with producer Cameron Mackintosh. On meeting with Tom Hooperhe told the director about his concerns about playing Javert, and after meeting with him, Crowe was "determined to be involved in the project and play Javert.
I think it had something to do with Tom's passion for what he was about to undertake, and he clearly understood the problems and he clearly understood the challenge.
On developing Cosette, Seyfried said, "In the little time that I had to explain Cosette and give the audience a reason [to see her as] a symbol of love and strength and light in this tragedy, I needed to be able to convey things you may not have connected with in the show. They were really nice.
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On collaborating with Hooper, Redmayne said, "He was incredibly átalakulás súlycsökkentő csatorna winchester. Certainly during the rehearsal process, we sat with Tom and the Victor Hugo book átalakulás súlycsökkentő csatorna winchester things.
He had never performed any role in the musical. He also said of Enjolras that "once I got more and more familiar with the material and when I read the novel, I was like, 'Wow this is a really, really great role,' and I felt very much better suited for it. He had performed the same role at the Queen's Theatre in London, where he stayed with the show for 1 year, before being cast for reprising it in the present film.
His performance was praised both by public and critics, some of whom see him as a real scene-stealer. Colm Wilkinson and Frances Ruffelletwo of the original cast members involved in the West End and Broadway productions of the English version as Jean Valjean and Éponine, respectivelymake appearances.
Wilkinson plays the Bishop of Dignewhile Ruffelle plays a prostitute. Michael Jibson plays the foreman of the factory in which Fantine works and is fired from.
Stephen Tate plays Fauchelevent, a man Valjean rescues from under a cart that later helps Valjean and Cosette escape. Blagden was cast in January Other stage actors including Kate FleetwoodHannah WaddinghamDaniel Evans and Kerry Ellis have small parts in the film along with actors who previously starred in various productions of Les Misérables. In addition, the Bishop sings with Fantine during "Valjean's Death" instead of Eponine, as was in the stage musical.
The lyrics of some songs were also changed to suit the changes in setting or narrative to the stage musical.