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December 23, 2012 12:30 AM

Powerful story, beautiful vision make ‘Les Miserables’ a winner

To transform the much-beloved “Les Miserables” from stage to screen, director Tom Hooper had to find a way to maintain — and amplify — the emotional power of the original words and music with the trappings of a big-screen production.

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