I'm Emily. A might-be actress, might-be history professor, might-be therapist, and might-be heart surgeon
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Since the first time I saw the movie, I noticed Grantaire had a sort of smile on his face the moments before his death. Now, I’m not one of those insane Les Mis fans who insist that Grantaire and Enjolras have an ongoing homosexual relationship. But I do believe Grantaire loved Enjolras. Maybe not in a romantic or sexual way, either. Perhaps in just an adoration way. I mean, it says the actual book “he adored Enjolras.” And Enjolras ignoring him probably deepened the infatuation more. So when Grantaire realized that he would be dying next to Enjolras, that in his dying moment, Enjolras may have been glad to see him, he couldn’t help but smile.

Since the first time I saw the movie, I noticed Grantaire had a sort of smile on his face the moments before his death. Now, I’m not one of those insane Les Mis fans who insist that Grantaire and Enjolras have an ongoing homosexual relationship. But I do believe Grantaire loved Enjolras. Maybe not in a romantic or sexual way, either. Perhaps in just an adoration way. I mean, it says the actual book “he adored Enjolras.” And Enjolras ignoring him probably deepened the infatuation more. So when Grantaire realized that he would be dying next to Enjolras, that in his dying moment, Enjolras may have been glad to see him, he couldn’t help but smile.