The movie Hugo (2011) is a 2011 British American-French production in amazing 3D adventure. It was directed by Martin Scorsese. Although this movie grossed $185 million and was considered to be financially unsuccessful, there are many critics who enjoyed the movie.
Hugo (2011) is a young orphan boy who lives within the walls of a train station in Gare Montparnasse, Paris. This movie is filmed as if the actors are in the 1930â€™s and has quite an interesting plot according to critics.
During the movie, Hugo has found out how to fix clocks and even other gadgets. His father and uncle had taught him how to do this. He now uses his skills as a gift, making sure all the clocks in the train station are running. However, he has a strong yearning to know about his father who had passed away.
There is an automaton (mechanical man) which wonâ€™t work without a particular key. It is up to Hugo to search for that key in order to unravel a secret. During Hugoâ€™s adventure, he runs into a shopkeeper who has been working in the train station for quite some time. They call him George Melies, the shopkeeper. Working alongside George is his adventurous god-daughter as well.
In the movie Hugo (2011), you will notice that they have a strong connection to his own father as well as the automaton. This automaton holds many past memories that the old man has inside, all memories from his fatherâ€™s past.
Hugo finds that they have a surprising connection to his father and the automaton, and he discovers it unlocks some memories the old man has buried inside regarding his past.