ugh... quasimodo character model soon to be story board
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During the festival of fools in Notre Dame de Paris, 1482, the hunchback of notre dame, quasimodo, is paraded around as the pope of fools for his ugliness. Archdeacon Claude Frollo stops this from continuing and takes the hunchback with him, out of the crowd. As the archdeacon does this, he spots a beautiful gypsy, street dancer named Esmeralda.
Once the day comes to an end, Gringoire stumbles upon Esmeralda, Quasimodo, and Frollo. Esmeralda in this case was being attacked by the two, Gringoire then proceeds to try and save her from these attackers by rushing at them. Gringoire, despite his bravery, is knocked out by Quasimodo; Gringoire is then attemptedly hung and has Esmeralda marry him instead.
The next day, Quasimodo was sentenced to two hours of public torture, which means being stretched apart. He made pleas for water, but no one answered except Esmeralda, whom brings him water out of pity and kindness. Later in the day, Esmeralda is called over by Phoebus and invited to a tryst, just the two of them. Esmeralda gladly goes along with Phoebus’s plans because she loves him, and out of jealousy for Esmeralda’s love; Frolo follows Phoebus and stabs him repeatedly in front of Esmeralda.
On arrival, Esmeralda seems disgusted by Quasimodo’s face, but after a while she gets used to it and they form a bond like friendship. Soon the guards are alerted that Esmeralda be removed from Notre Dame rather than be killed, but Quasimodo takes the guards presence the wrong way and kills a good number of them.
In the heat of this attack, Frolo takes Esmeralda from the cathedral and proposes a question to her: you either say you love me or are hung by the guards. Esmeralda bravely demands her definite demise. Once Quasimodo realizes what had just happened, he climbs to the top of the cathedral in order to spot Esmeralda. In the distance, Quasimodo sees what appears to be Esmeralda being hung by the king's guard. Out of anger and his passionate love for Esmeralda, Quasimodo kills Frolo.
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