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  • Writer's pictureLiz Busby

Ep 31 - Les Misérables: The Triumph of Mercy Over Vocal Trauma

Can the message of a work triumph over poor artistic execution and a lack of understanding of genre? Jim Bennett and Joseph Addington join us to discuss this less-than-successful film version of the classic musical, which is itself an adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic work. Jim tells us about the pull this musical has on the Utah theater community and Joseph shares his love of the novel's classic spiritual journey. In the end, we find a few things to love about the film version in spite of its much criticized live singing style.






Our Ratings: Content: Celestial Artistic Merit: 3 popcorn balls Gospel Connections: 5 apricots


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Video editing by Liz Busby; Audio mastering by Carl Cranney

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