Notre Dame de Paris - WATCH MOVIE

Notre Dame de Paris - WATCH MOVIE

Notre Dame de Paris

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History, Music, Drama, Romance
230 Minute
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A musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel "Notre Dame de Paris" which follows the gypsy dancer Esmeralda and the three men who vie for her love: the kind hunchback Quadimodo, the twisted priest Frollo, and the unfaithful soldier Phoebus.

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Alfredo Gomez ( 2017-06-06 )

The greatest musical ever made!!! Bravo Plamondon, bravo Cocciante!!!

I'm a great music lover and musicals are among my favorites movies. I've seen as many musicals and musical comedies as I could, but Notre-Dame de Paris is still the best so far. All the singers involved have extraordinary voices and good acting talent, the dancers have been so carefully chosen that their performance simply amazes you. ..

Stephen Fitzgerald ( 2017-03-13 )

The Musical of The Century!

Conventional wisdom has it that the French don't like musicals. Not true at all, as the success of this show demonstrates. Plamondon and Cocciante have concocted a masterpiece that perfectly captures all the important parts of Hugo's novel, and magnificently transports the whole thing to the stage. The handful of young unknowns who star in this production on the video tape (most of them from Quebec) are almost overwhelming in their talent as singers, dancers, and dramatic performers. Bruno Pelletier shines as the anguished, tortured priest. Hélène Ségara (the only French star in the cast) totally captures our hearts as the doomed Esméralda, and Garou (the name means "Werewolf" in French!) demands and receives all our sympathy as the hapless Quasimodo. Incredibly powerful supporting performances by Patrick Fiori as Phoebus, Julie Zenatti as Fleur-de-lys and Luc Merville as Clopin round out a cast that can do no wrong. Imagine Riverdance on steroids, "West Side Story" meets "Cirque de Soleil", or a Paris riot set to music, and you have an idea of the scope of this incredible show. The choreography is the most energetic, not to say frenetic, I have ever seen, and the most imaginative. It's hard to decide, at times, if we are watching a dance or a gymnastics exhibition. If you can't get to Las Vegas, Montreal or Paris to see the show live on stage, this is the next best thing. For me it totally eclipsed every rock opera and musical which preceded it, to become the definitive musical of the 20th century. And I believe it will be at least another generation before anyone can come up with a way to surpass it.

Penny Mclaughlin ( 2017-05-21 )

one word: Amazing

There are no words to describe when watching this movie, it's like a breath of fresh air. Whether you are fluent in french or not you will come to appreciate this movie instantly. It is a classic story of boy loves girl who loves someone else. If anyone has captured a classic it is Victor Hugo. A great deal of people contributed to the beautiful theatrics in this production and although everyone sang beautifully three people stood out in my mind. Bruno Pelletier who played Gringoire, Garou who played Quasimodo, and last but not least Hélène Ségara who played Esmeralda. Bruno Pelletier's voice was so pure, so pure in fact that I never would have guessed he was singing live. I liked Garou's voice in particular because it was like a modernized rock voice meshed with classical ballads. Hélène's voice was just amazing, her range was endless. The sound of their voices were so good that it literally brought tears to my eyes. I strongly recommend this movie to everyone and I give it a ten out of ten simply for the fact that though in french it portrays the universal language of love, which is translated very clearly.

Meredith Klein ( 2017-03-31 )

One of the best adaptation.

This is definitely a great musical, definitely one of th best adaptation of the original work. As the previous person said, but there was a mistake made by him or her, Bruno Pelletier was Gringoire, not Frollo. The whole musical was amazing, every singer had an amazing performance, communicating emotion even to non-french speakers. It has beautiful music and lyrics, as well as singers that can sing them well. Out of every one of them my favourite is definitely the Quebecois Bruno Pelletier. He had a very beautiful voice and played the character of Gringoire really well (one thing to note is that Gringoire's character is changed a lot, but Bruno Pelletier was superb in his role.) Even thought there are changes from the original work the musical stayed rather true to the original story. A work very worth seeing, even if you don't understand one word of French it can still touch you. (there are subtittles in many language)

Stephen Fitzgerald ( 2017-06-10 )

Perfect musical !

I love this musical. I always hated musicals until I saw this one. The music, the acting and the sets blew me away. I was glad I speak French, because that made it even more enjoyable because I actually understood what they were singing. I grew up with this story and it's always been one of my all-time favorites. How can you not be in love with this plot? It's all love-triangles and stuff like that, and it's put perfectly in place for this story. What caught my attention immediately was the first song "Temps Des Cathédrales" because the vocals were so powerful and strong and after that was simply amazing. Seeing it in French really makes a difference because it really puts you in place of the musical. This is by far the most amazing musical ever presented. Je l'adore!!!!

Flora Greer ( 2017-05-07 )

An absolutely magnificent musical!

"Notre-Dame De Paris" is the best musical I have ever seen! With his stunning voice, Bruno Pelletier (the most wonderful singer I have ever heard of) shines as the poet Gringoire, receiving gold and quadruple platinum for his act. Daniel Lavoie plays Jean-Claude Frollo with his powerful voice. Hélène Ségara takes on the role of Esmeralda spectacularly, and Luck Mervil plays the part of her guardian Clopin with passion. When Garou sings you cannot do anything but listen, since he sounds amazing, interpreting the role of the love-sick Quasimodo. Using his voice, which contains the softest sound I have ever heard, for the role of Phoebus, Patrick Fiori does a truly excellent job. And last but definitely not least, Julie Zenatti uses her unique and special voice for the role of Fleur-De-Lys, at the age of only 17. Richard Cocciante (music) and Luc Plamondon (lyrics) have done the very difficult job of sticking to the story by Victor Hugo, and still managing to create a fantastic and beautiful musical. Because of its success, it has been translated into different languages such as (for instance) English and Italian. This masterpiece is most honestly worth your time!

Darren Burton ( 2017-04-05 )

Great performance

Despite not being a true musical performance this is truly a great performance with great singers.Garou with his special voice as the hunchback.A performance i really like.I could sense the pain in his voice.Beautiful Helene Segera as Esmeralda.A vulnerable soul in a racist world.Patric Fioiri as the confused soldier not knowing to whom to give his love.Daniel Lavoie as the priest Frollo torn by the love for Esmeralda and his faith.Bruno Pelletier with his beautiful voice playing Gringoire the poet. Great dance and stage work. Well written music that express all the feelings from each character Great ensemble in a great piece of musical history.

Betsy Diaz ( 2017-03-31 )

A beautiful interpretation of a classic tale

Richard Cocciante and Luc Plamondon's comedy musicale is one of the finest world musicals I have seen. The thing about foreign musicals is they do not carry subtext and thought provoking material in the songs, but within the staging and visuals. Don't expect Stephen Sondheim. The great thing about these types of musicals is that you can think about what's going on while you watch it, and just enjoy the music on CD. The performers are fantastic. I've long been a fan of each of them, Julie Zenatti being one of my favorite solo artists. Garou OWNS the role of Quasimodo, and the rest of the cast is pitch perfect as well. All of the songs are melodic and romantic, and the french language is the icing on the cake. The story is much more accurate than the Disney version, and includes one of the most gorgeous songs ever written, "Belle."

Leona Wallace ( 2017-06-03 )

Most successful of our modern musicals

The voices alone prove just why this musical was such a success in Europe and Asia. All of the cast have been decorated with various musical honours in and out of live theatre in Quebec (with the exception of Helene Segara, a native French pop singer, and Garou, a newcomer to the live entertainment circle). Their strong musical backgrounds made this show absolutely irresistible. ..

Dwayne Horton ( 2017-03-15 )

Best version of this musical

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