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From Academy Award winning Director Martin Scorsese comes Hugo, a story of a young orphan living in Paris who seeks to unlock a transforming secret (an automaton) that has been left to him by his late father.
Determined to unlock the secret, Hugo (Asa Butterfield - The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas, The Wolfman) sets off on a quest to find the heart shaped key needed to connect to the automaton, and on his journey meets Isabelle (Chloe Grace Moretz), god-daughter of a local toy shop owner, who aids him with his search for the answer to the mystery.
Hugo’s mystical travels see him getting caught up in a magical adventure that threatens to put all of his secrets in jeopardy. With an imaginative script and exceptional effects, it’s no wonder why this fantastic piece of filmmaking has been nominated for 11 Oscars. – Trevor Pratt
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A very twee gentle film, with fine acting by some very recognisable faces. However, don't expect a great deal of excitement and certainly don't watch while tired, as you WILL fall asleep (or perhaps do?)! I was expecting more action after the film hype and the Scorsese direction, but ultimately had the sense of 'waiting for something to happen'. Still, a pleasant film historian's indulgence.