Tag: Víctor Hugo

Religion at the movies
Comments EdgeNotes In Focus

Religion at the movies

On holiday, I went to a multiplex cinema with my wife. I was astonished at the size of the establishment. There must have been twenty screens.   Steve Latham   With the height of the atrium and the sweep of the foyer, it had the feel of a postmodern church. […]

Do you hear the people sing?  One Day More
Book reviews Culture On Stage

Do you hear the people sing? One Day More

Recently Tom Hooper’s stunning adaptation of Victor Hugo’s incredible novel ‘Les Miserables’, has brought to light that despite significant technological changes, social issues have fundamentally remained stagnant. Georgina Campbell Writing in the backdrop of the French Revolution, Victor Hugo was in the middle of a social upheaval as questions of […]