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Topic - Victor Hugo
The barricades have once again gone up on Broadway. Are they worth dropping everything and joining this time?
Tom Hooper, the director of intimate character studies like the Oscar-winning "The King's Speech," the HBO miniseries "John Adams" and the TV drama "Longford," would not seem the sort of chap likely to make a sprawling adaptation of a beloved Broadway musical.
Helena Bonham Carter apparently shares more with Victor Hugo than just a role in the film based on his novel.
British actress Helena Bonham Carter apparently shares more with French writer Victor Hugo than just a role in a film based on one of his novels.
Do you hear the people sing? Singing the song of joyful fans? It is the music of a people who, for the past 27 years, have helped "Les Miserables" become one of the most successful musicals of all time, and who finally this Christmas can see a cinematic adaptation of their beloved, song-powered show.
Hugo left the country and wrote scathing letters and poetry about the treachery of his former colleagues, including Fould.
It was during this time that Hugo wrote "Les Miserables."