U certificateHugo is a Film programme that first aired in 2011 and has been classified a U certificate.

Hugo is a 4 star programme

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Hugo (2011)

Directed by
Martin Scorsese

Set in 1931, Martin Scorsese's fantasy adventure, based on Brian Selznick's illustrated novel The Invention of Hugo Cabret, is a family-friendly extravaganza starring Asa Butterfield as Hugo; a lonely boy secretly living in the hidden spaces of a Parisian train station.

Hugo spends his days looking after the station's clocks, trying to repair a clockwork figure belonging to his late father and evading the clutches of the station inspector, until he is befriended by Isabelle, the niece of toyshop owner Papa Georges. Alongside the youngsters' adventures, the story of Papa Georges and his connection to the early history of cinema allows Scorsese to celebrate his own medium.

Straddling the worlds of childhood exploration and adult nostalgia, the film is heartfelt and visually delightful, succeeding in balancing exuberant camera work and broad comedy with more melancholy notes.

Written by ,

Genre: Film

Running Time: 135 minutes (approx)

Production Year: 2011

4/5 Stars

Classification: U Certificate

Production Country: USA

Filmed in Colour


Image for Ben KingsleyBen Kingsley...Georges Méliès
Image for Sacha Baron CohenSacha Baron Cohen...Station Inspector
Image for Asa ButterfieldAsa Butterfield...Hugo Cabret
Image for Chloë Grace MoretzChloë Grace Moretz...Isabelle
Image for Ray WinstoneRay Winstone...Uncle Claude
Image for Emily MortimerEmily Mortimer...Lisette
Image for Christopher LeeChristopher Lee...Monsieur Labisse
Image for Helen McCroryHelen McCrory...Mama Jeanne
Michael Stuhlbarg...Rene Tabard
Frances de la Tour...Madame Emilie
Image for Richard GriffithsRichard Griffiths...Monsieur Frick
Image for Jude LawJude Law...Hugo's Father
Image for Kevin EldonKevin Eldon...Policeman
Gulliver McGrath...Young Tabard
Shaun Aylward...Street Kid