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|Named Person:||Victor Hugo; Victor Hugo|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Claude Lelouch; Jean-Paul Belmondo; Michel Boujenah; Alessandra Martines; Annie Girardot; Clémentine Célarié; Philippe Léotard; Victor Hugo; Warner Bros. Pictures (1969- ); Films 13.; TF1 Films Production.; Studio Canal+.; Warner Home Video (Firm)
|Language Note:||In French with white English subtitles.|
|Notes:||Inspired by Victor Hugo's classic novel.
Originally released as motion picture in 1995.
Hi-fi Dolby surround stereo ; digitally processed.
|Credits:||Music, Francis Lai, Philippe Servain, Erik Berchot, Michel Legrand, Didier Barbelivien.|
|Cast:||Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michel Boujenah, Alessandra Martines, Annie Girardot, Clementine Celarie, Philippe Léotard.|
|Awards:||Winner of the "Golden Globe Award as 1995's Best Foreign Language Film."|
|Target Audience:||Rated R.|
|Description:||2 videocassettes (175 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.|
|Other Titles:||Misérables (Motion picture : 1995)|
|Responsibility:||Warner Bros. presents ; in association with Les Films 13/TF1 Films Production ; with the participation of Canal+ ; a Claude Lelouch film ; written and directed by Claude Lelouch.|
"Henri Fortin is poor and iliterate former boxer. Ziman is rich Jewish lawyer from Paris. During WWII they meet when Fortin agrees to drive Ziman's family to Switzerland. Intrigued by Victor Hugo's novel 'Les misérables', Fortin asks the Zimans to read that book to him during the travel. Before the end of movie every main character would see his character in situations similar to those in Hugo's novel"--Internet movie database plot summary.
- Hugo, Victor, -- 1802-1885 -- Film adaptations.
- France -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Drama.
- France -- History -- German occupation, 1940-1945 -- Drama.
- World War, 1939-1945 -- France -- Drama.
- Ex-convicts -- France -- Drama.
- Jews -- France -- Drama.
- Hugo, Victor, -- 1802-1885. -- Misérables -- Drama.