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A nyomorultak

A nyomorultak
A nyomorultak Rating: 74 out of 100 based on 49 reviews.
Szereposztás
Hugh Jackman

Jean Valjean
Helena Bonham Carter

Madame Thénardier
Aaron Tveit

Enjolras
Josef Altin

Convict 2
Dave Hawley

Convict 3
Adam Jones

Convict 4
John Barr

Convict 5
Termelés
Director:Tom Hooper
Producer:Tim Bevan (producer)
Eric Fellner (producer)
Cameron Mackintosh (producer)
Bernard Bellew (co-producer)
Raphaël Benoliel (co-producer: France)
Liza Chasin (executive producer)
Debra Hayward (producer)
Angela Morrison (executive producer)
Thomas Schönberg (associate producer)
Nicholas Allott (executive producer)
Francesca Budd (associate producer)
F. Richard Pappas (executive producer)
Writer:Alain Boublil (stage musical "Les Misérables") and)
Victor Hugo (novel)
Herbert Kretzmer (screenplay)
William Nicholson (screenplay) &)
Claude-Michel Schönberg (stage musical "Les Misérables")
Értékelései A nyomorultak
MediaMikes
EPIC! That is the word that jumped into my mind less than a minute into “Les Misérables.” Just the opening shot of prison constable Javert (Crowe) looking down on his charge of prisoners gave me a chill that would last for almost three hours.
Movies.com
In my favorite movie musical, The Apple, a 1980 crapsterpiece about a future dystopia (1994!) where an innocent folk-singing Adam-n-Eve duo named Alphie and Bibi find themselves enslaved by a record industry Satan in exchange for superfame, a lot of...
Fresno Bee
To transform the much-beloved "Les Misérables" from stage to screen, director Tom Hooper had find a way to maintain -- and amplify -- the emotional power of the original words and music with the trappings of a big-screen production.
RedEye
Aside from “Newsies,” I don’t prefer musicals. I still know a good one when I see it, and the first big-screen musical version of “Les Miserables” is a very good one.
Reel Views
Les Miserables, believed by some to be the best novel ever penned in French, has been adapted in nearly every form imaginable, including dozens of movies, television mini-series in French and English, loose "thematic reworkings," and comic books.
Értékelései A nyomorultak
MediaMikes
EPIC! That is the word that jumped into my mind less than a minute into “Les Misérables.” Just the opening shot of prison constable Javert (Crowe) looking down on his charge of prisoners gave me a chill that would last for almost three hours.
Movies.com
In my favorite movie musical, The Apple, a 1980 crapsterpiece about a future dystopia (1994!) where an innocent folk-singing Adam-n-Eve duo named Alphie and Bibi find themselves enslaved by a record industry Satan in exchange for superfame, a lot of...
Fresno Bee
To transform the much-beloved "Les Misérables" from stage to screen, director Tom Hooper had find a way to maintain -- and amplify -- the emotional power of the original words and music with the trappings of a big-screen production.
RedEye
Aside from “Newsies,” I don’t prefer musicals. I still know a good one when I see it, and the first big-screen musical version of “Les Miserables” is a very good one.
Reel Views
Les Miserables, believed by some to be the best novel ever penned in French, has been adapted in nearly every form imaginable, including dozens of movies, television mini-series in French and English, loose "thematic reworkings," and comic books.
News Blaze
Think charities that primarily enrich themselves by peddling poverty guilt, through pimping the mass misery of the destitute around the world. Okay, maybe not. But Les Miserables comes awfully close.
The A.V. Club
There’s a great meta moment early in Tom Hooper’s film adaptation of the ’80s Broadway musical Les Misérables, based on Victor Hugo’s 1862 French novel. After 19 years of hard labor for stealing a loaf of bread and trying to escape his sentence...
LarsenOnFilm
Ungainly as a narrative and clumsy as a musical, this adaptation of Les Miserables features powerhouse singing performances so galvanizing that the movie's flaws hardly matter. This is a Les Miserables inspired by Christina Aguilera's "Voice,"...
Aisle Seat
The film makes a few minor stumbles. I found the first half, which focuses on the desperate existences from which Valjean and Fantine try to escape, slightly more emotionally involving than the second half, which focuses on the revolutionaries.
Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
While there’s nothing as real and immediate as seeing actors and singers performing, emoting on a stage, the film adaptation of the world’s longest-running musical, Les Misérables, is a moving spectacle on a massive scale.
Christian Science Monitor
“Les Misérables” is a great big behemoth of a musical, but I rarely felt weighted down by it. It’s based on the Cameron Mackintosh production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönberg’s French stage musical – one of those shows, like “Cats” and...
Mark Reviews Movies
Although it would be possible to transfer the specifics of the stage version of Les Misérables for the screen, it would be impossible to recreate the experience on screen—the minimalist spectacle of the production is just ordinary when approached in a...
Laramie Movie Scope
The long-running, award-winning sung-through musical play based on Victor Hugo's 1862 novel “Les Miserables” finally made into theaters on Christmas Day (but I got to see it earlier than that). I found it to be a lot like most musicals, only more so...
Washington Post
There are moments early on in “Les Misérables” when viewers may feel like they’re about to witness a bona fide disasterpiece, one of those spectacular miscalculations that can be almost as entertaining -- almost -- as a superbly executed work of...
filmjabber
Heavily hyped and surrounded by deafening buzz, Les Misérables serves as Tom Hooper's follow up to the Oscar-winning drama The King's Speech and as this year's sole mainstream musical. It is considered a heavyweight in the Best Picture category...
Houston Press
Hollywood had been trying to make a filmed adaptation of "Les Miz" (as the wags call it) for decades. Makes sense: it's the 4th longest running show in Broadway history and regularly appears near the top when someone lists the greatest musicals of all...
CLIPS
In 19th century France, released prisoner Jean Valjean (Hugh Jackman) is hounded for decades by police inspector Javert (Russell Crowe) after breaking parole. Their lives are forever changed when Valjean agrees to care for the daughter of doomed...
ComingSoon.net
Victor Hugo's 19th Century epic set during the French Revolution was first adapted into a stage musical during the '80s and it quickly became a classic period musical on par with "Sweeney Todd" and "Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera," which...
Eric D. Snider
When it became his privilege to direct the movie version of the “Les Misérables” stage musical that has enthralled the world for more than a quarter-century, Tom Hooper made one crucial, momentous decision. Instead of following the normal practice of...
Hudak on Hollywood
“Les Miserables” is a big, lavish Hollywood production of an equally extravagant Broadway musical. Accordingly, it looks and sounds phenomenal, and the sweeping, epic story profoundly resonates on screen nearly as well as it does when viewed live.
Cole Smithey
Audiences new to Boubil & Schoenberg’s stage musical — based on Victor Hugo’s novel of historical fiction — may be surprised to discover that the wooly narrative isn't as compelling as they imagined it might be.
NorthShoreMovies.net
In that sense, LES MISÉRABLES is just like “The Hobbit.” It’s a big lumbering mess where you feel every minute of the excessive running time. It may succeed commercially because of the already-existing fan base which has been eager for years to see...
Sacramento News & Review
A couple of months ago in this paper’s fall movie preview, I speculated about the film of the musical version of Victor Hugo’s epic 1862 novel. “If this turns out a turkey,” I wrote, “director Tom Hooper … will deserve never to work again.”
NOLA.com
As the Oscar-winning director of "The King's Speech," Tom Hooper knows a thing or two about plumbing history for a story that will speak to the movie-going masses. Still, it's one thing to make a movie based on the largely ignored backstory of a...
iHaveNet.com
I wouldn't be surprised if "Les Miserables" became the most popular movie musical since "Mamma Mia!" On stage, both diversions were, and are, easy to enjoy in their diametrically opposed ways. "Mamma Mia!" revels in Greece, glitter and ABBA; "Les Miz"...
stltoday.com
If you agree with the ads that say “Les Misérables” is “the most loved musical of all time,” it’s conceivable that you’ve never heard the word “Hammerstein” and might get swept into the emotional maelstrom of this film adaptation.
The Film Yap
Here is Victor Hugo’s sprawling novel, which has been adapted to film numerous times and then turned into a smash Broadway musical, and now returns as the movie version of that stage production.
Monsters and Critics
Audiences will be polarized by this brave version of one of the most beloved musicals in theatrical history. The stage play has plenty of baggage, including songs that are second nature to us. It is massive in scope and unashamedly sentimental.
New York Post
I love musicals, always have — but my feelings about Tom Hooper’s bombastic version of the long-running stage hit “Les Misérables’’ had me thinking about the opening lines of another epic set in Paris, albeit a century earlier.
HollywoodChicago.com
Tom Hooper’s “Les Misérables,” the best movie musical in over a decade, is what a musical like this should be – unabashed, unashamed emotion painted in vibrant, broad colors across a massive screen.
Susan Granger Entertainment Commentaries
Based on Victor Hugo’s classic 1862 novel, this epic, cinematic adaptation should attract audiences that have loved the Broadway musical over the years.
CinemaBlend.com
The first hour of Les Miserables might have the power to revive movie musicals for years. Filmed with Tom Hooper's unflinchingly intimate camera, with the likes of Anne Hathaway and Hugh Jackman and even Russell Crowe singing their hearts out...
Entertainment Weekly
Since everything about Les Misérables is fortissimo — including but not limited to its unabashed pursuit of awards that are shiny or globular or both — you have perhaps already heard a little about the movie now storming the Bastille of your wallet.
Movie Web
It's arguably the greatest musical ever written. Les Miserables, adapted from Victor Hugo's gigantic novel of the same name, is a thunderous, rousing stage show that has moved audiences for over 25 years.
Big Picture Big Sound
Based on the original 1980 stage musical of the 1862 novel by Victor Hugo, the monumental "Les Misérables" fittingly finds itself on the big screen (again), directed by Tom Hooper.
Slant Magazine
Brazenly foregoing the prerecorded vocal tracks on which its contemporaries rely, Tom Hooper's Les Misérables was performed and recorded live on set—a gimmick claimed to be a revolution in the production of movie musicals despite having been standard...
Kc
Les Miserable เป็นวรรณกรรมฝรั่งเศสของ Victor Hugo โดยในปี 1980 ได้ถูกดัดแปลงให้เป็นละครเวทีมิวสิคัล ซึ่งฉบับ Tom Hooper นี้เป็นการดัดแปลงจากฉบับละครเวทีดังกล่าว หลังจากชมตัวอย่างแรกไปก็ยอมรับว่าติดหูติดตามากกว่าฉบับไหนๆ และมีแววเป็นภาพยนตร์เพลงอีปิค...
WeLoveMovieClub.com
เรื่องราวเริ่มต้นที่ปี 1815 ในประเทศฝรั่งเศส Jean Valjean คือนักโทษหมายเลข 24601 ที่หลังจากถูกจองจำนานกว่า 19 ปี เขาก็ได้รับการปล่อยตัวโดย Javert ผู้คุมนักโทษ แต่สิ่งที่เขาต้องพบเจอคือการถูกผลักไสจากคนทั่วไปและถูกมองว่าเป็นตัวอันตรายของสังคม...
Express.co.uk
THE all-conquering stage musical Les Miserables becomes an all-conquering motion picture thanks to a flawlessly directed and acted production that wrings every last ounce of emotion and truth from Victor Hugo’s epic story of love, suffering...
Empire
Occasionally, like its characters, ragged around the edges, this nevertheless rings with all the emotion and power of the source and provides a new model for the movie musical.
Flicks.co.nz
Much has been made of the naturalistic approach to this greatest hits musical with actors singing live to camera, but let’s face it, the beauty of musical theatre is its ridiculousness – the soul-warming idea that there will be a song for every...
The Mercury
LES Miserables is an impressively epic screen adaptation of the smash-hit musical based on the famous book by Victor Hugo.
MovieXclusive.com
Despite what its title suggests, ‘Les Miserables’ – based on the longest-running stage musical by Cameron Mackintosh which is in turn based on the Victor Hugo novel – is really a story about hope. Hope here manifests itself in different forms – hope...
QNetwork Entertainment
he opening shot of Tom Hooper’s cinematic rendition of the long-running musical Les Misérables boldly and unashamedly announces the film’s epic ambitions. As the strains of the overture swell, the camera moves slowly up toward a tattered French flag...
Shadows on the Wall
Les Miserables The long-running stage musical finally gets a film version, complete with a first-rate cast that sang the songs live as dialog. This gives the film an intensely personal kick, which it badly needs because the epic story has so many huge...
Boston Phoenix
For his adaptation of the kitsch-fest known as Les Miz, Tom Hooper (The King's Speech) bets heavily on his cast, and mostly wins. His musical strategy is to have the singing done live on set, and to have the camera bore in on the actors, especially...
The Telegraph
Do you hear the people sing? Stand outside any cinema in just over one month’s time and you will. Tom Hooper’s screen adaptation of Les Misérables is a heart-soaring, crowd-delighting hit-in-waiting: the Mamma Mia it’s all right to like.
The Sydney Morning Herald
With its Oscar campaign gaining inevitable momentum, this latest adaptation of Victor Hugo's colossal 1862 novel wears its awards ambitions on its sleeve. Short of guns blazing and trumpets blaring, director Tom Hooper - who wooed the Academy last year...
TotalFilm.com
Known in luvvie circles as The Glums, Les Misérables has been seen by so many people since its 1985 London premiere it’s a marvel there’s anybody left to do so.
Szereposztás
Hugh Jackman...Jean Valjean
Russell Crowe...Javert
Anne Hathaway...Fantine
Amanda Seyfried...Cosette
Sacha Baron Cohen...Thénardier
Helena Bonham Carter...Madame Thénardier
Eddie Redmayne...Marius
Aaron Tveit...Enjolras
Samantha Barks...Éponine
Daniel Huttlestone...Gavroche
Cavin Cornwall...Convict 1
Josef Altin...Convict 2
Dave Hawley...Convict 3
Adam Jones...Convict 4
John Barr...Convict 5
Colm Wilkinson...Bishop
Bertie Carvel...Bamatabois
George Blagden...Grantaire
Frances Ruffelle...Whore 1
Killian Donnelly...Combeferre
Patrick Godfrey...Gillenormand
Marc Pickering...Montparnasse
Fra Fee...Courfeyrac
Jonny Purchase...Ensemble Student
Linzi Hateley...Turning Woman 1
Alistair Brammer...Prouvaire
Alice Fearn...Factory Woman 6
Julia Worsley...Head Whore
Sara Pelosi...Ensemble Factory Woman
Gabriel Vick...Feuilly
Mary Cormack...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Kelly-Anne Gower...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Jos Slovick...Ensemble Student
Stevee Davies...Ensemble Student
Isabelle Allen...Young Cosette
Nancy Sullivan...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Jackie Marks...Ensemble Factory Woman
Olivia Rose-Aaron...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Edward Lewis French...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Mark Donovan...Portly Customer
Ian Pirie...Babet
Tim Downie...Brevet
Alexander Brooks...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Mary Roscoe...Ensemble Factory Woman
Richard Cordery...Duc De Raguse
Hugh Skinner...Joly
Sam Parks...Tall Customer
Alfie Davis...Gavroche's Urchin
Dick Ward...Bamtabois' Valet
Alison Tennant...Factory Woman 7
Robyn North...Inn Whore 2
Paul Leonard...Citizen
Adam Pearce...Brujon
Jaygann Ayeh...Sailor 3
Andy Coxon...Ensemble Student
Matt Harrop...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Richard Dixon...Mairie Officer
Natalya Angel Wallace...Young Éponine
Nicola Sloane...Hair Crone
Andy Beckwith...Innkeeper
Kerry Ellis...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Hadley Fraser...Army Officer
Ella Hunt...Ensemble Turning Woman
Kerry Ingram...Turning Woman 8
Ross McCormack...Sailor 2
Freya Parks...Café Barmaid
Michael Sarne...Father Mabeuf
Amelia Scaramucci...Ensemble Factory Woman
Caroline Sheen...Ensemble Factory Woman
Tony Rohr...Overseer
Stephen Bent...Jailer
Georgie Glen...Madame Baptistine
Heather Chasen...Madame Magloire
Paul Thornley...Constable 1
Paul Howell...Constable 2
Stephen Tate...Fauchelevent
Michael Jibson...Foreman
Kate Fleetwood...Factory Woman 1
Hannah Waddingham...Factory Woman 2
Clare Foster...Factory Woman 3
Kirsty Hoiles...Factory Woman 4
Marilyn Cutts...Factory Woman 8
Catherine Breeze...Factory Woman 9
John Albasiny...Factory Onlooker
Andrew Havill...Cochepaille
David Stoller...Sailor 1
Adrian Scarborough...Toothman
Lynne Wilmot...Whore 2
Charlotte Spencer...Whore 3
Keith Dunphy...Client
Ashley Artus...Pawn Broker
John Surman...Organ Grinder
David Cann...Magistrate
Polly Kemp...Nursing Sister
Julian Bleach...Claquesous
Phil Snowden...Customer 1
Hadrian Delacey...Customer 2
Lottie Steer...Baby
Lewis Kirk...Handsome Soldier 1
Leighton Rafferty...Handsome Soldier 2
Peter Mair...Father Christmas 1
Jack Chissick...Father Christmas 2
Dianne Pilkington...Inn Whore 1
Norma Atallah...Mother Whore
Miles Roughley...Gavroche's Urchin
Cameron Strefford...Gavroche's Urchin
Joseph West...Gavroche's Urchin
Joel Phillimore...Beggar 1
Jacqui Dankworth...Beggar 2
Amelia Jefford...Beggar 3
Stuart Neal...Lesgles
Katy Secombe...Madame Huchloup
Gemma Wardle...Turning Woman 2
Gina Beck...Turning Woman 3
Katie Hall...Turning Woman 4
Lisa Hull...Turning Woman 5
Andrea Deck...Turning Woman 6
John Warnaby...Majordomo
Richard Bremmer...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Eleanor Bruce...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Emma Dukes...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Peter Saracen...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Sebastian Sykes...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Phil Zimmerman...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Bessie Carter...Ensemble Factory Woman
Helen Cotterill...Ensemble Factory Woman
Tricia Deighton...Ensemble Factory Woman
Mandy Holliday...Ensemble Factory Woman
Charlotte Hope...Ensemble Factory Woman
Rachael Archer...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Lorna Brown...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Antonia Clarke...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Sonya Cullingford...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Holly Dale Spencer...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Amy Griffiths...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Fania Grigoriou...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Amanda Henderson...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Alexia Khadime...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Luisa Lazzaro...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Gemma O'Duffy...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Amy Ellen Richardson...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Robyn Miranda Simpson...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Rachel Stanley...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies' / Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Rebecca Sutherland...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Tabitha Webb...Ensemble 'Lovely Ladies'
Gerard Bentall...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Tony Bignell...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Richard Colson...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Simon Fisher-Becker...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Sarah Flind...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
James Greene...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Nick Holder...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Chris Howell...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Alison Jiear...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Terry Keely...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Martin Marquez...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Sally Mates...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Jeff Nicholson...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Adam Searles...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Simon Shorten...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Juliet Alderice...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Valerie Cutko...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Spike Grimsey...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Georgina Jackson...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Perry Millward...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Philip Philmar...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Joyce Springer...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Julie Stark...Ensemble Paris Beggar
Matthew Corner...Ensemble Student
Jonathan Dudley...Ensemble Student
Rhidian Marc...Ensemble Student
Chris Milford...Ensemble Student
Jamie Muscato...Ensemble Student
Joseph Peters...Ensemble Student
Matt Seadon Young...Ensemble Student
Samuel J. Weir...Ensemble Student
Sophie Hutchinson...Ensemble Turning Woman
Claire Machin...Ensemble Turning Woman
Brenda Moore...Ensemble Turning Woman
Mischa Purnell...Ensemble Turning Woman
Annette Yeo...Ensemble Turning Woman
Josephine Darvill-Mills...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Jennifer Essex...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Vicky Evans...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Nigel Garton...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Lynn Jezzard...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Steve Kirkham...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Vanessa Lee Hicks...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Ian Parsons...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Gemma Payne...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Clinten Pearce...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Claire Piquemal...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Aaron Sillis...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Ian Waller...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
Iwan Lewis...Bahorel
Jessica Duncan...Turning Woman 7
Stephen Matthews...Ensemble 'At the End of the Day'
Dominic Applewhite...Ensemble Student
Michael Cahill...Ensemble 'Master of the House'
Nicholas Keegan...Ensemble Wedding Dancer
James Simmons...Champmathieu
Jenna Boyd...Factory Woman 5
Daniel Evans...Pimp
Mark Roper...Citizen
Chris Barnes...Beggar 4
Sean Buckley...Ensemble Paris Beggar
David Roberts...Ensemble Student
Ellie Beaven...Mother (uncredited)
Sophie Ellis...Barricade Protester (uncredited)
Adebayo Bolaji...Sailor (uncredited)
James Charlton...(uncredited)
Jean-Marc Chautems...Beggar (uncredited)
Shonn Gregory...Soldier (uncredited)
Rachael Stevens...Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Lily Laight...Turning Girl (uncredited)
Martin Poole...Policeman (uncredited)
Karol Steele...Disapproving Factory Woman (uncredited)
Ian Floodgate...Sailor (uncredited)
Robert Clayton...Sailor (uncredited)
David Morris...Soldier Drummer (uncredited)
Julie Vollono...Parisian (uncredited)
Romeo Julio...Revolutionary / Soldier (uncredited)
Johnny Saunders...Soldier (uncredited)
Aurel Lazar...Soldier (uncredited)
Martyn Moore...Wealthy Gentleman Court Room (uncredited)
Anthony Webster...Beggar (uncredited)
Kate Sweeney...Singer (uncredited)
Meaghan O'Neill...Factory Worker (uncredited)
Andy Zelary...Student (uncredited)
Les Kenny-Green...Drum Major (uncredited)
Matthew David Hearn...Policeman (uncredited)
Richard Herdman...Sailor (uncredited)
Dee Bradley Baker...Person at Inn (uncredited)
Pablo Bubar...Coffee Merchant - Revolutionary (uncredited)
Nathanjohn Carter...French Grenadier (uncredited)
Gioacchino Jim Cuffaro...Beggar (uncredited)
Richard Dalton...Cart Driver in Tavern (uncredited)
Harry Goff...Student (uncredited)
Ignacio Guirado...Sailor (uncredited)
Kenton Hall...Inn Customer / Groom (uncredited)
Matt Hookings...French Grenadier (uncredited)
Aisling Hughes...Citizen (uncredited)
Oliver Jackson...Camp Customer (uncredited)
Konstantine Kurelias...Soldier (uncredited)
Victoria Ley...Chorus Beggar (uncredited)
Martyn Mayger...Convict in Courtroom (uncredited)
Adam Nowell...Revolutionary Student (uncredited)
Vanessa Page...Creamery Shop Owner (uncredited)
Gino Picciano...Upper Class Gentleman (uncredited)
Andy Sanderson...Marius' Doctor (uncredited)
Julian Seager...Factory Foreman (uncredited)
Nick Shaw...Soldier Drummer (uncredited)
Scott Stevenson...Ensemble 'Look Down' (uncredited)
Josh Wichard...French Grenadier / Undercover Policeman (uncredited)
Evie Wray...Lovely Lady (uncredited)
Daniel Leatherdale...Parisian (uncredited)
John W.G. Harley...Upper Class Protester (uncredited)
Ben Steele...Prisoner (uncredited)
Termelés
Director:Tom Hooper
Producer:Tim Bevan (producer)
Eric Fellner (producer)
Cameron Mackintosh (producer)
Bernard Bellew (co-producer)
Raphaël Benoliel (co-producer: France)
Liza Chasin (executive producer)
Debra Hayward (producer)
Angela Morrison (executive producer)
Thomas Schönberg (associate producer)
Nicholas Allott (executive producer)
Francesca Budd (associate producer)
F. Richard Pappas (executive producer)
Writer:Alain Boublil (stage musical "Les Misérables") and)
Victor Hugo (novel)
Herbert Kretzmer (screenplay)
William Nicholson (screenplay) &)
Claude-Michel Schönberg (stage musical "Les Misérables")
Cinematographer:Danny Cohen (director of photography)
Editing:Chris Dickens
Melanie Oliver
Casting:Nina Gold
Production Design:Eve Stewart
Art Director:Grant Armstrong (supervising art director)
Gary Jopling
Su Whitaker (uncredited)
Hannah Moseley
Set Decorator:Anna Lynch-Robinson
Costume Design:Paco Delgado
Makeup:Michael Byrne (prosthetics technician (uncredited)
Julie Dartnell (makeup artist)
Sarah Hamilton (hair and makeup trainee)
Chris Lyons (special effects teeth (uncredited)
Kristyan Mallett (prosthetics makeup supervisor)
Sinead Sweeney (contact lens technician (uncredited)
Julia Vernon (crowd hair and makeup supervisor)
Lisa Westcott (makeup designer)
Patt Foad (crowd makeup junior: dailies (uncredited)
Victoria Warrington (contact lens technician (uncredited)
Nicola Buck (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Steven Byrne (prosthetics technician (uncredited)
Karen Cohen (makeup artist)
Audrey Doyle (makeup artist (uncredited)
Charmaine Fuller (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Sarah Grispo (makeup artist)
Soleil Jackson (crowd hair & makeup junior (uncredited)
Alice Moore (hair and makeup trainee (uncredited)
Malwina Suwinska (makeup artist (uncredited)
Simon Taylor (prosthetic technician (uncredited)
Andrew Simonin (crowd hairdresser (uncredited)
Nikita Rae (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Kathryn Fa (crowd hairdresser (uncredited)
Lois McIntosh (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Lucy Allen (hair and makeup trainee: BBC Skillset)
Helen Barrett (makeup artist)
Jessica Brooks (makeup artist: crowd)
Rebecca Cole (makeup artist)
Sharon Colley (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Carolyn Cousins (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Lizzie Davies (crowd hair & makeup trainee)
Paul Gooch (makeup artist)
Carmel Jackson (makeup artist)
Julie Kendrick (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Kirsty Mcqueen (crowd hair and makeup trainee)
Laura Morse (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Emma Scott (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Jan Sewell (makeup artist)
Maralyn Sherman (crowd hair and makeup artist)
Jane Walker (makeup artist)
Georgina Whittle (crowd hair and makeup trainee)
Production Management:Bobby Prince (unit manager)
Matthieu Rubin (production manager: France)
Patrick Schweitzer (unit production manager)
Tom O'Shea (assistant unit manager)
Kate Fasulo (production supervisor: Working Title)
Tim Grover (post-production supervisor)
Jason Pomerantz (production manager (IMAX Version) (uncredited)
Michelle Wright (executive in charge of production: Working Title)
United States25 dec 2012
Australia22 dec 2012
Netherlands10 jan 2013
United Kingdom5 dec 2012
Belgium20 feb 2013
Hungary27 dec 2012
New Zealand10 jan 2013
Ireland11 jan 2013
Sweden18 jan 2013
Italy31 jan 2013
Russian Federation7 feb 2013
Germany21 feb 2013
Turkey1 már 2013
Denmark21 már 2013
Canada25 dec 2012
Czech Republic3 jan 2013
Finland22 feb 2013
Singapore25 dec 2012
Norway18 jan 2013
Taiwan8 feb 2013
Spain25 dec 2012
Lithuania4 jan 2013
Japan28 júl 2013
Hong Kong22 dec 2012
Malaysia27 dec 2012
Vietnam11 jan 2013
Estonia18 jan 2013
France13 feb 2013
Argentina14 feb 2013
LebanonLebanon3 jan 2013
Portugal3 jan 2013
IcelandIceland18 jan 2013
Poland25 jan 2013
Slovenia31 jan 2013
Brazil1 feb 2013
Greece14 feb 2013
KuwaitKuwait3 jan 2013
Romania25 jan 2013
Thailand31 jan 2013
CyprusCyprus11 feb 2013
Philippines16 jan 2013
India18 jan 2013
Croatia20 jan 2013
Bulgaria1 feb 2013
IsraelIsrael7 feb 2013
Ukraine7 feb 2013
Chile14 feb 2013
Mexico15 feb 2013
Serbia12 feb 2013
Peru21 feb 2013
China28 feb 2013
Egypt2 jan 2013
United Arab EmiratesUnited Arab Emirates3 jan 2013
Indonesia16 jan 2013
South Africa18 jan 2013
Slovakia31 jan 2013
Nigeria1 feb 2013
Uruguay1 feb 2013
LuxembourgLuxembourg13 feb 2013
Colombia15 feb 2013
Austria22 feb 2013
Bolivia21 feb 2013
Pakistan22 feb 2013
Ecuador22 már 2013
Venezuela26 ápr 2013
Korea, Republic of2 feb 2014