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The BBC’s hotly-anticipated adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic story of love and revolution in 19th century Paris aired for the first time on Sunday night.
But people weren’t sure of what to make of the lack of singing and dancing in the latest version of Les Misérables.
Unlike the wildly popular film and theatre adaptations, the BBC’s new version sets aside the classic songs and takes things back to Hugo’s original novel.
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