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Sex & Nudity

  • Esmeralda's necklines, while never "plunging," occasionally reveal cleavage. In one scene Frollo persistently looks into Esmeralda's neckline, getting pleasure by that.
  • Frollo pulls Esmeralda in front of a wall, declaring his feelings. Esmeralda runs away from him, even if he had no raping intention.
  • Gringoire and Esmeralda are "married" by Clopin and escorted off to be left alone in the bridal chamber. (The relationship remains platonic.)
  • Esmeralda and Phoebus sneak into the woods, apparently with the intention of having sex. Events conspire to stop their lovemaking.

Violence & Gore

  • Timbers, stones, and molten metal are flung down upon a mob. Several shots show people dying/dead in molten metal. A character is flung from a great height. Two characters are narrowly saved from the hangman's noose.


Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • Many gripping but frightening/intense scenes throughout, including but not limited to Quasimodo's freakish appearance. One example: A scene in which Gringoire is accosted by thieves in the dark (one of them grotesquely crawling toward him through the mud whining "Penny, sir?") could be frightening to children.

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