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by Paul Vallely
Posted: 08 Feb 2013 @ 12:14
The film offers very modern
messages, says Paul Vallely
WE WERE still talking theology over dinner on Monday. The prompt
was not the over-long sermon we had heard on Sunday morning, but
the film we had seen in the afternoon. I confess that I had not
been keen to seeLes Misérables, whose music has always seemed to me
mawkish and contrived, but the trailer for the film had looked like
a spectacular piece of historical fiction (
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