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The Man Who Laughs

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Based on the classic best-selling book from Victor Hugo, the man who brought Les Miserables to the world; The Man Who Laughs is the story of two young orphans: Gwynplaine, a young boy who has been facially disfigured with a scar which makes him look like he’s constantly smiling, and Dea, a young blind girl. Many years later, when both are grown, the adoptive family travel together and put on a show where Gwynplaine has become a star.

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Starring

Gérard Depardieu, Marc-André Grondin, Emmanuelle Seigner, Christa Theret

Directed by

Jean-Pierre Améris

Written by

Victor Hugo

Country Of Origin

France

Language

French

Paris Match

"A visual feast"

Elle

"Monstrously entertaining!"

20 minutes

“A gothic splendour between Victor Hugo & Tim Burton”

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