A feminist critique of the 2012 drama film Les Miserables, which combines the direction of Tom Hooper and pieces composed by Claude-Michel Schonberg to recreate Victor Hugo’s renowned novel of the same name. The film starred Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway, Eddie Redmayne, Amanda Seyfried, and Samantha Barks as Jean Valjean, Javert, Fantine, Marius, Cosette, and Eponine, respectively.
This review tackles the award-winning film, Les Miserables. Given the themes present in the movie and the overall mood of the story, this review will utilize Marxist Criticism to delve deeper and analyze the film.Read More
Do you hear the people sing? Revolution. It is a way to let the higher authorities know that the people are done with their slavery and their cruelty. Revolution is when the time the people rises up in revolt against their current authorities and it takes courage, bravery, and sacrifice.Read More