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Television adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel, which follows Jean Valjean as he evades capture by the unyielding Inspector Javert. Set against a backdrop of post-Napoleonic France as unrest begins to grip the city of Paris once more.
The worst production I've ever seen of this classic. Boring on almost all levels: script, scenery, photography, etc. The films are all better. It seems TV series move very slowly and tend toward repetition. Recent series like "Little Women," "The Diary of Anne Frank," and "Picnic at Hanging Rock," never approach the artistry or intensity of the great films of the same works. However, today's films don't seem to match up to the "oldies" either.
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