Les Misérables ein Film von Tom Hooper mit Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe. Inhaltsangabe: Sträfling Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) saß beinahe 20 Jahre als. Wer Musicals nicht mag, sollte einen großen Bogen um Les Misérables machen, denn hier wird so ungefähr ALLES gesungen. Mehr Musical. Sieh dir Trailer an, lies die Rezensionen von Kunden und Kritikern und kaufe den von Tom Hooper gedrehten Film „Les Misérables ()“ für.
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Frankreich im Jahrhundert: Nach Jahren im Knast wird Jean Valjean von Gefängniswärter Javert auf Bewährung freigelassen. Valjean bricht bald seine Auflagen und steigt inkognito zum rechtschaffenen Bürgermeister einer Kleinstadt auf. So kümmert. Les Misérables ist eine britische Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Musicals, das wiederum auf dem Roman Die Elenden von Victor Hugo basiert. Regie führte Tom. Wer Musicals nicht mag, sollte einen großen Bogen um Les Misérables machen, denn hier wird so ungefähr ALLES gesungen. Mehr Musical. Les Misérables. In der Kinofassung des berühmten Musicals liefern sich US-Stars wie Hugh Jackman, Anne Hathaway und Russell Crowe einen tränenreichen. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Les Misérables. Handlung von Les Misérables Der Sträfling Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) wird nach 19 Jahren. Les Misérables ein Film von Tom Hooper mit Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe. Inhaltsangabe: Sträfling Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) saß beinahe 20 Jahre als. Les Misérables. ()IMDb 7,62 Std. 37 MinX-Ray Valjean, der 19 Jahre für den Diebstahl eines Laibes Brot verbüßt hat, macht nach seiner.
Les Misérables ist eine britische Verfilmung des gleichnamigen Musicals, das wiederum auf dem Roman Die Elenden von Victor Hugo basiert. Regie führte Tom. Les Misérables: Drama/Musikfilm/Musical von Tim Bevan/Cameron Mackintosh mit Russell Crowe/Helena Bonham Carter/Nicola Sloane. Frankreich im Jahrhundert: Nach Jahren im Knast wird Jean Valjean von Gefängniswärter Javert auf Bewährung freigelassen. Valjean bricht bald seine Auflagen und steigt inkognito zum rechtschaffenen Bürgermeister einer Kleinstadt auf. So kümmert. Les Misérables: Sendetermine · Streams · DVDs · Cast & Crew. von Victor Hugo für Bühne, Film und Fernsehen entstand diese Verfilmung des Musicals. Les Misérables: Drama/Musikfilm/Musical von Tim Bevan/Cameron Mackintosh mit Russell Crowe/Helena Bonham Carter/Nicola Sloane. Sieh dir Trailer an, lies die Rezensionen von Kunden und Kritikern und kaufe den von Tom Hooper gedrehten Film „Les Misérables ()“ für.
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Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. In 19th-century France, Jean Valjean, who for decades has been hunted by the ruthless policeman Javert after breaking parole, agrees to care for a factory worker's daughter.
The decision changes their lives forever. Director: Tom Hooper. Watch on Prime Video included with Prime. Added to Watchlist. From metacritic.
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Use the HTML below. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Won 3 Oscars. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Hugh Jackman Jean Valjean Russell Crowe Javert Anne Hathaway Fantine Amanda Seyfried Cosette Sacha Baron Cohen Marius Aaron Tveit Enjolras Samantha Barks Gavroche Cavin Cornwall Convict 1 Josef Altin Convict 2 Dave Hawley Convict 3 as David Hawley Adam Jones Convict 4 John Barr Edit Storyline Jean Valjean, known as Prisoner , is released from prison and breaks parole to create a new life for himself while evading the grip of the persistent Inspector Javert.
Edit Did You Know? The second time, Hathaway was hosting and sang 'On My Own' to Jackman, because he refused to sing with her.
Later, Jackman was cast in this movie, and he suggested Hathaway as Fantine. She was later cast. Goofs During the final scene, the sky changes between shots from being cloudy to having few or no clouds.
Quotes [ first lines ] Jean Valjean : Look down, look down, don't look them in the eye. Chain Gang : Look down, look down, you're here until you die.
User Reviews Even if you don't like musicals, you really should see this one 8 December by rogerdarlington — See all my reviews. Was this review helpful to you?
Blagden was cast in January A highlights soundtrack album was released via Universal Republic 21 December The film contains every song from the original stage musical with the exception of "I Saw Him Once" and "Dog Eats Dog", although many songs have been partially or extensively cut.
In addition, the Bishop sings with Fantine during "Valjean's Death" instead of Eponine, as was in the stage musical. The lyrics of some songs were also changed to suit the changes in setting or narrative to the stage musical.
In addition to the cuts, a new song, "Suddenly" was added, new music was composed for the battle scenes, and the order of several songs changed from the stage musical.
Several major pieces—primarily "Who Am I? The subsequent Broadway production opened at the Broadway Theatre on 12 March and closed at the Imperial Theatre on 18 May after 6, performances.
In , Bruce Beresford signed on to be the film's director. In , producer Cameron Mackintosh announced that the film would be co-produced by TriStar Pictures.
In , Mackintosh later confirmed that interest in turning the musical into a film adaptation had resumed during the early months of that year.
Mackintosh said that he wanted the film to be directed by "someone who has a vision for the show that will put the show's original team, including [Mackintosh], back to work.
In , producer Eric Fellner began negotiations with Mackintosh to acquire the film's rights and concluded it near the end of Having already approached Hooper prior to production with the desire of playing Jean Valjean, Hugh Jackman began negotiations to star in the film alongside Paul Bettany as Javert.
Getting to transform is one of the best parts of [acting]. In addition to Hathaway's weight loss, Hugh Jackman also lost an extreme amount of weight for the opening scene as Jean Valjean when he is imprisoned in a labor camp.
To achieve an emaciated look, Jackman committed to a minimalistic diet and intense work outs. In an interview with Epix, Jackman revealed that he went on 45 minute morning runs on an empty stomach which Hathaway later used as a weight loss tactic with Jackman's help, and he went on a hour liquid fast.
This allowed him to rapidly lose ten pounds and caused his eyes and cheeks to sink severely. Originally, an unknown was sought for the role of Cosette, with an open casting call in New York City in December Wilkinson played the Bishop of Digne, and Ruffelle had a cameo as a prostitute.
The director also expanded on the performers singing live on set, which he felt would eliminate the need to recapture "locked" performances and allow more creative freedom.
More details of this were confirmed by Eddie Redmayne in an interview. He stated that the cast would sing to piano tracks via earpiece and that the orchestra would be added in post-production.
In February , casting auditions involving extras for the film took place at the University of Portsmouth and Chatham Maritime in Chatham.
The cast began rehearsals in January , with principal photography due to begin in March. On-location filming also took place at Gourdon, Alpes-Maritimes in France.
Russell Crowe confirmed 5 June , on Twitter that he had finished filming. He was later followed by Samantha Barks, confirming that all of her scenes had too been completed.
Jackman stated that all filming had been completed 23 June Bath was not the original filming location for this scene, but the late footage was captured at Pulteney Weir.
The film's vocals were recorded live on set using live piano accompaniments played through earpieces as a guide, with the orchestral accompaniment recorded in post-production , rather than the traditional method where the film's musical soundtracks are usually pre-recorded and played back on set to which actors lip-sync.
I just felt ultimately, it was a more natural way of doing it. You know, when actors do dialogue, they have freedom in time, they have freedom in pacing.
They can stop for a moment, they can speed up. I simply wanted to give the actors the normal freedoms that they would have. If they need a bit for an emotion or a feeling to form in the eyes before they sing, I can take that time.
If they cry, they can cry through a song. When you're doing it to playback, to the millisecond you have to copy what you do. You have no freedom in the moment — and acting is the illusion of being free in the moment.
Although the creative team stated that this live recording method was unique and "a world's first", many films have used this technique before, notably early talkies , when lip-syncing had not been perfected.
They also announced that composer Claude-Michel Schönberg was composing additional music to underscore the film. They greeted the cut with "extreme excitement".
Producers released an extended first look on the film's official Facebook page 20 September This short introduces and explains Hooper's method of recording vocals live on set, comparing it to the traditional method of pre-recording the vocals in a studio months in advance.
Hugh Jackman stated that filming in this way allows him more creative freedom with the material and that he "only has to worry about acting it.
The actors praised Hooper for his method and provide brief interviews throughout the video. Hooper mentions, "I thought it was an amazing opportunity to do something genuinely groundbreaking.
Clips of Jackman, Hathaway, Seyfried, Redmayne and Barks singing were received very positively, especially the teaser trailer's presentation of "I Dreamed a Dream" by Hathaway.
Producers released a new poster, featuring young Cosette in what is essentially a real-life version of the musical's emblem , played by Isabelle Allen, 24 September , on the film's official Facebook page.
Because of this, it opened alongside Django Unchained. However, Crowe's performance and singing were criticized. The live singing, which was heavily promoted in marketing for the film, received a more divided response.
Accordingly, you should see it in its opening week, on a gigantic screen, with a fanatical crowd.
The Guardian ' s Peter Bradshaw concurred: "Even as a non-believer in this kind of "sung-through" musical, I was battered into submission by this mesmeric and sometimes compelling film You can walk into the theater as an agnostic, but you may just leave singing with the choir.
Damn the imperfections, it's perfectly marvelous. Todd McCarthy of The Hollywood Reporter said, "As the enduring success of this property has shown, there are large, emotionally susceptible segments of the population ready to swallow this sort of thing, but that doesn't mean it's good.
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.
By the grand finale, when tout le monde is waving the French tricolor in victory, you may instead be raising the white flag in exhausted defeat.
Justin Chang of Variety wrote that the film "will more than satisfy the show's legions of fans. Callum Marsh of Slant Magazine gave the film 1 star, and wrote: "Flaws—and there are a great many that would have never made the cut were this a perfectible studio recording—are conveniently swept under the rug of candid expression One would be hard-pressed to describe this, despite the wealth of beauty on display, as anything but an ugly film, shot and cut ineptly.
Everything in the film, songs included, is cranked to 11, the melodrama of it all soaring. So it's odd that this kind of showboating maximalism should be ultimately reduced to a few fisheye'd faces, mugging for their close-up, as the people sing off-key and broken.
So you have hammering close-ups, combined with woozy insecurity each time more than two people are in the frame.
Some specific performances were reviewed very positively. If you are blown away by the scene—as many will be; it will almost certainly earn Hathaway her first Oscar—this may be the film for you.
Eddie Redmayne also received considerable praise for his performance with Bloomberg News saying that "Eddie Redmayne—most recently seen as the eager young production assistant in My Week with Marilyn —delivers by far the most moving and memorable performance in the film as the young firebrand Marius, who, along with his fellow students, is caught up in France's political upheavals in the 19th century.
Crowe's performance was less well received. We auditioned hundreds of hundreds of people — opera singers, musical actors, film actors, actors who couldn't sing or could sing.
The truth is, you need people who can hold a movie camera. To find brilliant film actors who are brilliant singers — there are so few choices.
I ultimately stand by what Russell did. I love him in the film. I embraced a kind of raw attitude to the vocals that is unusual in the modern age.
I tried Auto-Tune, composites of different takes. But I ended up using only the original live take. Otherwise, there was a loss of realism, integrity, and emotional vulnerability.
Emma Gosnell, writing for The Daily Telegraph , stated that she walked out of the showing due to the poor singing, specifically citing Crowe and Jackman as the cause.
Playback singer Marni Nixon said "[Crowe] was nothing. It wasn't that he was choosing to sing like that, he just couldn't do anything else" and that Jackman acted well but "could have done with a nobler voice".
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