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… and to give Luhrmann’s movie a miss. 1: It will probably take less time I’m possibly exaggerating on this one, but the new film adaptation clocks in at just under two and a half hours: a veritable behemoth, that demands… Read more »
I can’t help feeling that a childhood of fairytales misled me about the adult world. I was told there would be castles. The lack of castles has been a severe blow, but I’ve found that escaping into novels is a wonderful consolation. So if… Read more »
The recent release of Les Misérables in the cinema has rekindled interest in the original book by Victor Hugo. Received wisdom says that the book is always better than the movie. TheNextBigRead should defend the honour of the book against unfaithful movies. But, I am going to contradict myself and say that Les Misérables could be an exception to this rule.