The Hunchback of Notre Dame
unattractive physically but his personality was one of greatness, and his intentions were
Women?s issues were depicted through the gypsy girl. When she spoke out in
public in support of Quazi Motto, she was shunned against as though it were a sin. People
then wanted her arrested just for standing up for someone else?s human rights. The more
advantage of. Since she was a poor woman, she was accused of stealing bread when she
trying to do, they still would have taken the baby and arrested her.
peasants, religious icons, and aristocratic people all interacting. The film made it obvious
that anyone without much money was discriminated against and would be blamed for any
problems occurring within society. The peasants and gypsies simply did what they could
to survive and weren?t harming anyone, but the aristocrats would blame all mishaps on
them and were always wishing them ill. The religious icons were there to try to protect
the peasants and gypsies but the aristocrats wouldn?t stop at anyone?s command but their
Romance is woven throughout the film between Ezmerelda and the Captain and
Ezmerelda and Quazi Motto. It was unacceptable for the Captain and Ezmerelda to have
also unacceptable for Ezmerelda and Quazi to have a relationship because no one was
as the Captain and Ezmerelda develop a relationship and Quazi Motto accepts it.
I think that the focus of the film was on Paris because it was one of the leading and
would go there for protection.