Quasimodo d'El Paris

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Quasimodo d'El Paris
Directed by Patrick Timsit
Written by Jean-François Halin
Raffy Shart
Patrick Timsit
Starring Patrick Timsit
Richard Berry
Mélanie Thierry
Music by Laurent Petitgirard
Release date
  • 1999 (1999)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget € 10 650 000
Box office € 14 000 565

Quasimodo d'El Paris is a 1999 French film that is a comedic adaptation of the novel The Hunchback of Notre Dame (Notre-Dame de Paris) by Victor Hugo.


The location is the town of El Paris. When ten-year-old boy Quasimodo shows signs of deformity, his well-to-do parents place him in the charge of the town’s mysterious evangelist, Frollo. In exchange, they adopt a Cuban girl, Esméralda, from a lower social class. Ten years later, El Paris is menaced by a serial killer, and Quasimodo is the prime suspect.[1]



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