Quotations from Hugo
Hugo is a historical adventure drama film about a homeless boy who lives in a railway station in Paris. The movie follows the boy surrounding the mystery of his dead father and an automation he left behind. This film won five Oscar awards, including Best Cinematography. Based on the novel "Invention of Hugo Cabret".
You'll find quotes and other information about this fantastic story below.
John Logan (screenplay) and Brian Selznick (book)
Starring: Asa Butterfield, Chloë Grace Moretz, and Christopher Lee
Trailer for Hugo
Quotes from HugoLisette: Don't forget to smile.
Station Inspector: Which one? I've mastered three!
Isabelle: I think we should be very... clandestine!
Hugo Cabret: [not knowing what "clandestine" means] Um, okay...
Georges Méliès: My friends, I address you all tonight as you truly are; wizards, mermaids, travelers, adventurers, magicians... Come and dream with me.
Georges Méliès: If you've ever wondered where your dreams come from, you look around... this is where they're made.
Mama Jeanne: Georges, you've tried to forget the past for so long, but it has caused you nothing but unhappiness. Maybe it's time you tried to remember.
Hugo Cabret: I'm sorry, it's broken.
Georges Méliès: No it's not. It worked perfectly!
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