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Les Miserables The movie Les Miserables was directed by Glenn Jordan and produced by Norman Rosemont The top three stars were Richard Jordan as Jean Val Jean Anthony Perkins as Javert and John Gielgud as Marius grandfather The movie was based on the novel Les Miserables by Victor Hugo Jean Val Jean is just one of the many people of France facing the overwhelming problem of starvation Caught stealing a loaf of bread he is taken to the terrible Tulan prison where he meets Javert the prison warden Javert sees Jeans goodness inside and begins to hate it After multiple attempts Jean escapes the prison to flee to his brothers house a local priest This priests gives Jean money to start a new life so Jean vows to help other people as much as his brother helped him The story then flashes forward five years to a small prosperous town in France where Jean is the mayor and Javert has just become the newly elected police inspector Javert starts to recognize Jean by his good deeds so Javert decides to rat on the good mayor Jean runs to Paris with his new foster daughter before Javert can catch him and over a few years Javert patrols Paris while the French revolution begins Jean is again found by Javier and Jean runs for his life In the end Javert and Jean meet face to face where Javert finds that hes been living his whole life as a lie Javert then commits suicide because of his wasted life All the characters were similar to real common people in France during those troubled times of the French revolution They were all treated with historical accuracy The events such as the French rebels fighting the French army were real but the fighting didnt begin until after the raiding of Versailles There were no real characters in the movie and
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