PG-13 | | Crime, Drama, History
Valjean, a former criminal, has atoned for his past and now finds himself in the midst of the French Revolution, avoiding a law-obsessed policeman hell-bent on capturing him.
The trailer and many photo galleries include Jean Valjean falling on his knees and tearing up his yellow passport. The scene doesn't appear in the final film.
You kill him in the alley. We don't want his blood in here with ours.
The band plays "Grande symphonie funèbre et triomphale" at Lamarque's funeral. Hector Berlioz composed the song in 1840, 8 years later.
The cast is credited in alphabetical order during the end credits.
$5,011,840 (USA) (3 May 1998)
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