If you like the way Victor Hugo kills all his characters in Les Mis, you should also read The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
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Hélène Ségara - Elle, tu l’aimes
This music video is like a modern version of the love triangle between Esmeralda, Phoebus and Fleur-De-Lys.
There’s also this live version on the show “Tapis Rouge” where we can see Patrick Fiori’s reaction to her performance.
another NDDP/Phantom crossover
Garou, Daniel Lavoie and Patrick Fiori singing Belle at the Hit Machine show in 1998
“Esmeralda is flawless.”
“She has two tambourines and a golden horned goat.”
“I hear her hair is insured for ten thousand sous”
“She once met Phoebus de Chateaupers on a horse”
“and he told her she was pretty!”
Frollo: ….one time, she spit in my face. It was awesome.
Notre-Dame de Paris (France, 1911)
This silent movie was directed by Albert Capellani, with Stacia Napierkowska as Esmeralda, Henry Krauss as Quasimodo and Claude Garry as Claude Frollo. It’s very short (around 30min) but it features the most famous scenes of the story.
Some of the scenes that are a little different than in the novel. For example, in the scene where Phoebus is waiting for Esmeralda in the room, Frollo is waiting outside, and when Esmeralda arrives, he talks to her and tries to convince her to leave.
And in the scene where Esmeralda is tortured, Frollo is there and he’s horrified to see what they do to Esmeralda. At one point he takes a wet cloth and puts it on her forehead. When the soldiers remove her chains, she falls on the floor and she’s very weak, so he kneels in front of her and takes her in his arms, but she has just enough strength to push him away.
The last time I went to Paris (a few months ago), I spent some time standing on the square in front of Notre Dame while listening to “Le temps des cathédrales” and I walked around in the towers of the cathedral while listening to “Belle” and “Ma maison c’est ta maison”.
it was even better that you can imagine
I’m sorry, but play Frollo’s mannerisms are unbelievably adorable.
It’s because Daniel plays him so awkwardly restrained that it’s endearing. And the fact that he clutches at his heart a lot like “you hurt my feels” D:
Alain Cuny, Gina Lollobrigida, Anthony Quinn and director Jean Delannoy on the set of The Hunchback of Notre-Dame (1956)