Watch: The Big "One Day More" Sequence In New Clip From Tom Hooper's 'Les Miserables'

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by Kevin Jagernauth
December 18, 2012 9:13 PM
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By this time next week, Santa will have already come down the chimney and delivered the presents, and you might be in the middle of a turkey feast. Or, you might be in your local cinema, as one of the millions of fans of "Les Miserables" who are eagerly awaiting the star-studded big screen adaptation. And if these generous five clips weren't enough to hold you over, now another big serving has come along.

The stirring "One Day More" sequence—sung by nearly the entire cast—from the film has landed in its entirety, and it's another big window into Tom Hooper's epic film. The song is a big number, closing off Act I of the musical, and, as you see, Hooper makes the most of the opportunity to follow each of the actors as they sing in counterpoint to each other. It's strong stuff, and it's another reminder that the live singing approach seems to have paid off well for everyone involved.

"Les Miserables" is in your stocking on Christmas Day. Watch below. [La Sexta via Reddit]

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  • ska-triumph | December 19, 2012 4:57 PMReply

    I can't wait to read reviews from here and Criticwire... At an AMPAS screening, I found the film insufferable. This segment just reminded me of key mistakes Hooper and co. made in just grafting the musical - in a flurry of close-ups - onto digital celluloid.

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