Scorsese's love letter to cinema:
To watch Hugo is to rediscover the magic and wonder of cinema. It’s really as simple as that. Martin Scorsese’s stellar adaptation of Brian Selzick’s gorgeous graphic novel uses the latest 3D technology to celebrate the very beginnings of cinema. Indeed, though outwardly a children’s fable about an orphan finding his place in the world, Hugo is so beautifully conceived that it should win over even the most stoic of 3D skeptics.
Join me, Trespass Magazine’s Beth Wilson and Girlfriend Magazine’s Lauren Smelcher Sams as we take a trip back to 1930s Paris to fall in love with Hugo, and enjoy an unforgettable lesson in film history from the master, Mr. Scorsese.