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Film Discussion: Les Miserables

What prompts Valjean to persist in the face of deadly peril? Why is Javert compelled to suicide in his quest for “justice”? This film of Victor Hugo’s masterpiece throbs with tension between destructivity and longing for connection. How does the music enhance the immediate emotional experience?

Friday, January 17th, 2014 6:00 - 8:00 pm*

Elizabeth Dorsey, Cert. Psya., of the BGSP faculty, is a connoisseur of literature and film and has a special interest in the roles of the unconscious and character in mainstream movies. She has presented at several BGSP film discussions including Magnolia, Momento, Meet Joe Black and Brokeback Mountain.

No charge

 

Preview the movie in advance, as it is not shown at the event!

 

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*For those interested there will be an Informational Open House prior to the event at 5:00 pm.