somewhere inside, i'm pretty sure we all have a miserable secret to share.
all confessions are welcome, whether nitpicking the book/musical, just pure unadulterated praise for victor hugo's chef-d'œuvre, or anything at all in between. send in your ideas via requests (bulk requests are fine), or submit your own graphics.
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the only times i’ve ever felt bad for being born as a girl, and then grow to identify as one too, is when i think of how i much i really want to play enjolras or marius in a stage production of les mis.
Jeremy Hays is one of the few actors I’ve seen portray a near-perfect Brickjolras in the musical. I understand that Enjolras was written differently on stage, but Jeremy Hays’ portrayal seemed to come straight from the pages of the novel.
I would have still enjoyed the movie and I would have still read the book afterwards.But I would not have loved them half as much as I did if the book and the movie did not have Enjolras and les Amis de l’ABC.
lately, a friend of mine has become obsessed with les mis, especially the e/r ship. while i’m really pleased that we share something we love now, i also wish she’d stop telling me every headcanon and her analysis of every tiny gesture and offhand line from those two characters. i’m just supremely uninterested in shipping characters from les mis; shipping is not the reason i fell in love with this story.