Les Miserables

Synopsis: Jean Valjean, convicted of a minor crime, spends the rest of his life being pursued by a cruel and unrelenting policeman, Javert.
Genre: Drama
210 min

but I insist on keeping you.

I have an excellent bed for you.

Can I have a look at it?

I have such a hard time to sleep.

- Please. Excuse me.

- Thank you.

The supper will be ready in a minute.

When there is enough for three,

there is enough for four.

You would deprive me of

a great honor if you refuse.

You know how proud I am.

- Here is my bedroom.

- Thank you.

Be careful, there is a small step.

Here you are.

We'll be neighbors.

It is stocked

with fresh oat straws.

It still smells like harvest.

Thank you,

but this trip exhausted me.

I need to rest.

If you don't mind,

I'll go to the Mayor's house.

- I am not a monk.

- As you wish.

We are serving the same cause

but not in the same battalion.

The same night...

Come in.

Good evening.

I am sorry, they told me

to come knock on this door.

Can I have some soup

and a place to sleep?

Of course, come in.

My name is Jean Valjean

and I come from the galleys.

Yes, lady, the galleys.

Come in.

I left Toulon three days ago.

Today I covered the miles on foot.

I am tired.

Give me your things.

Mrs. Magloire will

put down an extra plate.

We will have supper in a moment.

We will make your bed

while you'll have your supper.

- Come in.

- I have money.

I am not an innkeeper.

Keep your money, sir,

you will need it.

You are the priest of the village.

I can't put anything past you.

Miss Baptistine, my sister,

and Mrs. Magloire, my governess.

Go ahead, give this

gentleman a chair!

Mrs. Magloire, go look for

the silverware. We have a guest.


The same that would have

been used for the cardinal.

How could they have better

shown an unexpected guest

that here he was not

considered a galley slave,

but a man?

These ladies are very happy

to have you among us.

When we have a guest,

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Michel Audiard

Paul Michel Audiard (French: [miʃɛl odjaʁ]; 15 May 1920 – 27 July 1985) was a French screenwriter and film director. He was the father of French film director Jacques Audiard. more…

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