Valjean has confessed his criminal past to Marius, who is horrified that the man is a criminal. That said, many of the characters live truly miserable lives, and good deeds are rarely rewarded. The mayor forgives Javert for doing so, because Officer Javert then finds out that the supposed real Jean Valjean has been captured. Years later, Jean has changed his name to M. Hugo began writing Les Misérables twenty years before its eventual publication in 1862. In 1992, producer announced that the film would be co-produced by. When Baron Cohen accepted the role of Thénardier, he had to abandon.
Javert arrives at Valjean's home to arrest both him and Fantine, but Fantine dies when Javert tells her she will be sent to prison. Left with no option, Fantine sells her hair and her back teeth, and eventually turns to prostitution. When no one is willing to allow a convict to stay the night, kindly welcomes him into his home. Unfortunately, Fantine's co-workers found out about Cosette, Fantine is fired. Éponine: The Thénardiers' destitute daughter.
Valjean came and quarrelled against Javert wanting Fantine to set free because of her. To achieve an emaciated look, Jackman committed to a minimalistic diet and intense work outs. A story filled with outrage and idealism becomes somehow merely picturesque. The Thénardiers demand more money to support Cosette, and Fantine resorts to prostitution to make ends meet. Javert starts to suspect that the Mayor and Valjean are the same person. They start a new life in Paris that is soon interrupted by Javert, who has discovered that Valjean escaped from prison alive.
Javert suspects Valjean's real identity when he rescues an injured worker trapped under a heavy cart. Read the full synopsis after the break. Marius and Cosette marry; the Thenardiers crash the reception and testify that they saw Valjean carrying a murdered corpse in the sewers. The books opens by describing the life of a really upstanding dude named Bishop Myriel. However, the past catches up to them. During an argument with an abusive customer, Javert arrests Fantine, but Valjean intercedes and takes her to a hospital. Later, Valjean learns that a man believed to be him has been arrested.
After Jean repeats the bishop's creed to Cosette and Marius, Jean says a prayer which Javert overhears. Unable to reconcile the conflict between his civil and moral duties, two things which he always considered the same, Javert commits suicide. Marius recognises it as his own and understands that Valjean saved him that night. Upon his release, he finds that he is treated like an outcast everywhere he goes, until the helps him to create a new life for himself. Thénardier comes across Valjean and the unconscious Marius, stealing the latter's ring, before pointing a way out. Marius' answer to Cosette is intercepted by Valjean, who joins the revolution to guard Marius. Producers announced 27 August 2012, that recording sessions for Les Misérables would begin in London 10 October and featured a 70-piece orchestra.
Valjean and Cosette move to a run-down part of Paris. Fantine returns to her home village with her daughter, Cosette. In 2011, producer sold the film rights to , who financed the film through his Working Title Films. But his inability to leave any lily ungilded—to direct a scene without tilting or hurtling or throwing the camera around—is bludgeoning and deadly. The Thénardiers attempt to extort money from Valjean by kidnapping him, but Marius intervenes and saves him. Left with no alternative, Fantine turns to prostitution. Fantine: A struggling factory worker and mother of an illegitimate child, Cosette.
Jean then goes to the trial of the accused man, and reveals his true identity. Marius quickly gives a reply and Gavroche delivers it to Cosette. Valjean discovers her plight he was unaware of the firing , nurses her through a fatal illness and promises to care for the child. In the event, Marius finds out from Thenardier that Valjean saved his life. Valjean treats Cosette like his own child. Eight years later in 1823, Valjean has become a wealthy factory owner and mayor of the small town of Montreuil-sur-Mer.
As Valjean sits dying in a local convent, he perceives the spirit of Fantine appearing to take him to Heaven. Although she threatens to kill Jean, he prevents Javert from arresting her and goes to bring back her daughter Cosette from the inn in another town where she had been sent to work. When Valjean arrives at the town of Digne, no one is willing to give him shelter because he is an ex-convict. It was reported that the shortlist of actresses for the role of Éponine included who also auditioned for the role of Fantine , , , , , and. But first, do you know why it was entitled les miserables? In order to be accepted in the society, Valjean changed his identity. During Lamarque's , the revolt begins and barricades are built across Paris.
And then there are the Wright brothers and the Brontë sisters. He steals from the Bishop of Digne and is astonished when the Bishop lies to save him from imprisonment. Javert shows up to arrest Valjean while Fantine who is at the bedside, dies from the shock. The Thénardiers agree to look after Cosette as long as Fantine sends them a monthly allowance. In 1988, was considered to direct a of the Les Misérables musical.