This Christmas, the epic musical comes to the big screen. Get tickets now: http://www.fandango.com/lesmiserables Helmed by The King's Speech's Academy Award®-winning director, Tom Hooper, Les Misérables stars Hugh Jackman, Oscar® winner Russell Crowe, Anne Hathaway and Amanda Seyfried.
The incomparable Meryl Streep performs "Adele's Laughing Song". From the film "Florence Foster Jenkins"!
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In March of 2010 we found out that my wife and I were going to be having another baby. We had mixed feelings at first, because we have had a few miscarriages in the past that were tough on the family. Our worries were put to rest when ultrasounds came back looking very well, and we prayed every day for a healthy baby. We found we were having a girl and we were so excited and scared at the same time, because we were so used to having boys. At 30 weeks my wife started having contractions, and again we prayed that God watch over our little girl! 34 weeks my wife had an accident and fell which broke her tail bone as a result. This didn't help the contractions, so much for bed rest! 39 weeks the doctor did a scheduled C-Section. This was the smoothest delivery of the 3 my wife has had. Everything went great, which is something we weren't used to. God heard our prayers and protected our little girl for 9 weeks!! 16 hours after Riley was born my wife woke up in the middle of the night and in the dark room she noticed something wasn't just right with our little girl. She picked her up and called for the nurse, because my wife could tell something looked wrong with her, and her lips looked very dark. When they turned the lights on to see her, she was so blue, her lips and nose were black, and my wife thought, "she was gone!!" The nurse grabbed our little girl, and ran out of the room calling for help. We thought she was gone and we were never going to see her again. After seeming like a lifetime had passed, the nurse came back into the room with our little girl. She said that the doctor worked on her for almost an hour to get her to stabilize on her own. She told us that Riley had to go to the NICU so they could find out why she stopped breathing, and so they could try to stop it from happening again. They took her and we prayed for our little girl to be healthy. The NICU doctors came to the conclusion that she was a 36 week old baby and not 39 like the ultrasounds had shown. Riley recovered faster than the doctors anticipated and they released her to come home after 5 days. She had a long road but God walked with her and pulled her through every step of the way, and I know he will be with her always.
A story of friendship, a story of love and brotherhood - PARIS 36 is all these, to be sure. But it's probably more than that, since it turns on the sometimes conflicted but always affectionate relationships between three friends - Pigoil, Milou and Jacky - all struck head on by unemployment (a consequence of the 30's financial crisis) - as well as Douce a pretty young girl from the provinces who has come to Paris looking to hit it big and Monsieur Radio, an aging musician whose unhappy love affair has led him to withdraw from the world around him. It's the end of 1935, on the eve of the new year and the setting is a working class neighborhood in Paris - a neighborhood dreamed up for us by Christophe Barratier drawing on Montmartre and Ménilmontant, two former villages annexed by the capital, which they overlook from atop their modest hillsides. This imaginary town, where a provincial life can still be lived in its entirety is perceived in sumptuous panoramic shots and through several luxurious and decadent cabaret scenes. While the Paris quarter in the film is surely a product of Christophe Barratier's poetic fantasy, it nevertheless reflects an historic reality. Paris, at the time, did indeed possess dozens of small concert venues and especially vaudevill music halls. These popular pleasure centers also drew a part of their patrons from industrial quarters, thus forming a vast admixture where social barriers have not yet been set up. France in 1936 also marked the explosion of the "POPULAR FRONT." In the spring of 1936, the poorest classes of French society sweep aside the old political guard of a French republic riddled with financial scandals and immoral manuvering. Answering this groundswell of support mustered by leftist - socialist, communist and anarchist - a violent reaction was organized among the right-wing nationalists, openly fascinated by the triumphant examples of Benito Mussolini in Italy and Adolf Hitler in Germany. That reaction is represented in PARIS 36 by the S.O.C., a fascist-leaning quasi-military militia. It is in that historical context that our three friends join together and try to revive the dream of the old Chansonia theater, threatened with demolition. Three comrades with a passion for music, love and liberty will make their stand there, attempting to strike down the ambient brown plague, that hulking beast which has already spread through Europe and which is about to drag the entire world with it into the grips of war.