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Potentially unpopular opinion? I actually liked that they took out Eponine and replaced her with the Bishop. In the stage musical I felt that they used Eponine more for the audience than for Valjean, which is fine! But film allows for a bit more intimacy and the audience experience isn’t the same as it is during a stage production. The Bishop makes more sense for VALJEAN (he barely knew Eponine), and I felt it really worked.
I definitely agree. The MOMENT that the Bishop walked out on screen, I just started sobbing. it was so very poignant.
maybe this is just me, but the fact that the Bishop is played by the original Jean Valjean makes this part even more beautiful.
Everything has come full circle, and the past can now rest.
Or something poetic of that ilk.
"Listen fellas. I know somebody put yous up to this. They probably payin’ you some extra money too. Yeah? WELL IT AIN’T RIGHT! Pulitzer thinks we are gutter rats, with no respect for nothin’, includin’ each other. Is that who we are? Yeah, we stab each other in the back, that’s who we are. Yeah, but if we stand together, we change the whole game. And it ain’t just about us. All across this city there are boys and girls who oughtta be out playin’, or goin’ to school, and instead they are slavin’ to support themselves! And their folks! There ain’t no crime in bein’ poor, and neither one of us complains if the work we do is hard, huh? All we ask is a square deal. So kids, for the sake of every sweatshop, factory and slaughterhouse in this town, I beg you, throw down your papers and join the strike.”