In 15th century France, a gypsy girl is framed for murder by the infatuated Chief Justice, and only the deformed bellringer of Notre Dame Cathedral can save her. This film is an eponymous adaptation of the classic novel written by Victor Hugo.
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The great school of Max Reinhardt and the German Caligarism in one of its more refined cinematic expressions, with a huge Charles Laughton that, for sure - if that is possible - inspired John Hurt for his no less impressive performance as Elephant Man for Lynch. From the movements of the masses - as great as DeMille's - to the immense expressiveness of forms and spaces, a treaty of materiality.
New Blu-Ray Warner release that is undoubtedly one of the best releases of 2015. I won't quarrel over Charles Laughton's performance and Maureen O'Hara's beauty because you'll win. I'd just say that almost nothing of Victor Hugo's novel can be found here because this masterpiece was misrepresented in order to please the American audience. If you can bear this, you'll enjoy this film directed by German born Dieterle.
ne kızmış arkadaş paris'i birbirine kattı :)
şairler sanatkarlar soylular hırsızlar hatta kral bile esmeralda'yı bekler dururmuş
Charles Laughton yani Quasimodo sağ olsun oyunculuğuyla filmi kurtaran adamdır
avrupada böyle kral bulsak rönesansı 10.yy da yapardık :) demez mi adamlar