🎵Les Mis- One Day More🎵
I messed up on one of the "heaven has In store" notes which really bothered me, but after doing 20 more takes, I realized my voice was too tired for my perfectionism. I'm just learned this by ear for the piano so cut me some slack! 😂🎹
Am looking forward to being with my daughter as we hear Hugh Jackman this evening. This little meme is something I put together when I began the hard work of discovering my true identity—who and what I am. Unpacking the bad ideas I picked up in my Christian upbringing and education at Pensacola Christian College coincided with my discovery of the story of Jean Valjean by Victor Hugo. What a story of identity, redemption and love — #lesmiz . My student ID at PCC was 70142. Tonight, I will listen with all my senses to those wonder working songs of Les Miz while thanking God for those who have loved me well and shown me His face. LIFE truly is the greatest show. #themanthemusictheshow#boerneartist#delunareflections#lesmiserables#identity
This song has gotten to have a completely new meaning to me lately - and while it sort of hits closer to home now, it’s still one of my favourite songs to sing live! It’s probably the most well known musical theatre song in the world; here’s my rendition of the beautiful “I Dreamed the Dream” from Les Miserables. Hope you like it✨
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I know I already posted from this photoshoot but there are more pictures and I couldn't help it 😍 (you can find them on my twitter, LILYJCOLLINSSP)
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❝ Lily Collins for D la Repubblica Magazine by Massimo Leardini ❞ 2019
Complimentary bagels and coffee reception at 11:00 a.m.
Saturday, October 19 at 11:30 a.m.
LES MISÉRABLES, winner of the Jury Prize at the
2019 Cannes Film Festival, is France’s official submission for
Best Foreign Language Film at the 92nd Academy Awards®
Inspired by the 2005 riots in Paris, LES MISÉRABLES, directed by Ladj Ly, follows Stéphane (Damien Bonnard), a recent transplant to the impoverished suburb of Montfermeil, as he joins the local anti-crime squad. Working alongside his unscrupulous colleagues Chris (Alexis Manenti) and Gwada (Djebril Zonga), Stéphane struggles to maintain order amidst the mounting tensions between local gangs. When an arrest turns unexpectedly violent, the three officers must reckon with the aftermath and keep the neighborhood from spiraling out of control.
Rated R | In French with subtitles | 103 minutes
ABOUT THE FILMMAKER:
Filmmaker Ladj Ly is a native of Montfermeil (Seine-Saint-Denis), best known for his attention-grabbing web documentaries that depict the realities of social and political life. Ly directed his first short film, Montfermeil Les Bosquets in 1997. In 2004, he co-wrote the documentary 28 Millimeters with renowned photographer JR. After the 2005 Paris riots, Ladj was triggered by the death of two youths who were hiding in an electricity substation in Clichy-sous-Bois, and he decided to film his neighborhood for a year to make a documentary entitled 365 Days in Clichy-Montfermeil (2007). He continued his work on documentaries, and in 2014 directed 365 Days In Mali, which spotlighted a region in turmoil. In 2017, he directed his first short film, Les Misérables, which was César-nominated. That same year, he and director/writer Stéphane de Freitas co-directed the documentary A Voix Haute, also nominated for a César award. Les Misérables is Ly’s first feature film, inspired by his original short.
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