The story is one of love and Quasimodo’s secret feelings for the beautiful Esméralda. Quasimodo is in love with the bohemian girl; but she loves Phoebus, the fiancé of Fleur-de-Lys. Frollo, the priest of Notre-Dame cathedral, feels uncontrolled and violent desires for Esméralda: jealous, he steals Phoebus. However, the bohemian girl is wrongly found guilty. Quasimodo manages to free her and takes her to one of the cathedral towers. Sadly, the story ends with both Esméralda and Quasimodo dying.