Hugo

Hugo (2011)

There’s a doggy in the movie.

In 1930, an orphan who lives behind the walls of a train station in Paris attempts to solve a mystery left behind by his late father, a clockmaker. Visually dazzling story is really a deeply felt tribute to the magic of film and its pioneers, a subject obviously dear to director Martin Scorcese’s heart. His sense of wonder and his love of the medium become the viewer’s, resulting in a moving experience. The more you know about film and filmmaking, the more of a treat this is.

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