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Promo Flyer to advertise the movie Les Miserables
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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Don’t bring baby to this one.
When the cinema lights were turned off, the usual pre-show noise instantly transformed into silence. This magnified, perhaps, the irresistible desire of the audience to witness the critically-acclaimed musical, Les Miserables, on the silver screen. In my time where geography and time hindered us to marvel the wonders of a musical or a stage play, watching Les Miserables on the big canvas is not just a mere time killer but also a grand experience.
Les Miserables is a whooping delight, made extravagant with hair-raising music with such powerful lyrics, excellent cinematography and a greatly intertwined stories revolving in an era of revolution. This, in my opinion, were the driving force in the sustained silence inside the cinema—something that you really need to appreciate a movie with such an epic scale.
One needs to prepare for the tear-jerking moments hyped up in this “all-singing, all-suffering” film based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Set in 18th-century France and on the verge of a revolution, Les Miserables is a timeless story of broken dreams, unrequited love, selflessness and the unyielding desire for change and freedom. Religion and faith and the goodness of the human spirit dominate the film, but it was melancholy that rings the loudest. More here
And the Oscar goes to…
Hugh Jackman, now before we get to Hugh, there are three standout performances, Hathaway, Jackman and Samantha Barks as Eponine. A rising young star among seasoned actors. Jackman is so brilliant as Jean Valjean that he outshines talent like Russel Crowe, Helena Carter and others. In probably one of the best performances of his life, Jackman displays exquisite singing talent and superb acting chops. Vulnerable, desperate and feeble as the prisoner. Strong, bold and loving as a father. Generous and almost saint like towards the end. My God! Hugh Jackman, where did you learn to pull the audience towards you like that? Bravo I say! In all possibility, that Oscar is yours! More here
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