Looks like quite a happy cover for quite a lot of death and destruction.
6. The Hunchback of Notre Dame The movie is all about how the horribly deformed Quasimodo falls in love with a gypsy and tries to gain acceptance by society. Hurray!
By the end of the movie Quasimodo gets his wish and is welcomed into society by the townspeople. Forget that all it took was defacing religious property, damaging public domain and killing a high ranking church official. Everyone lives happily ever after in the movie. Real life wouldn’t have ended so well.
Pretending Quasimodo isn’t held accountable for all the damage and killings he has performed, his gypsy friend Esmeralda wouldn’t be so lucky. It is 1482 Europe. People burned gyspys at the stake. Like kind of a lot. So she would be wiped out of the picture. And Quasimodo would still be an outcast. Killing one corrupt politician doesn’t make you popular, just ask the guys who killed Julius Caesar (oh, too soon?).