This scene from Les Miserables shows lighting in many ways. In the beginning it is very gloomy especially because the father is dying. The lights are dim and the candles light up the darkness and it gives a feeling of sad emotions because someone is dying. Then at the moment of death the lights are dimmer and the emotions are captured closer to the faces of the daughter. It triggers a sad feeling of loss. Then at the scene outside it is a feeling of victory because the lighting is much brighter.