The Movie Hugo Essay

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“Only in dreams can men be truly free,” says Robin William, a famous actor. From time immemorial, human never ceased to pursue freedom, but in fact, many impossibilities exist. However, this still cannot stop their aspiration to freedom, in this case, movie come into the world, for from a very large extent, movie satisfied people’s fantasy. Especially when the technique of special effect at present age grow more and more mature these days, human can create any visual effects they want, and even in the past, when the technique has not yet matured, people use simple theatrical properties and cut the films to create special effect. Hugo, a movie that brings people back to the old days, contains a large number of elements that demonstrated people’s…show more content…
These portions of the movie provide the viewers a visual feast. For instance, starting with a tracking shot from the air, the movie opened from Paris’ sky into a train station, and these beautiful sceneries of Paris first attract viewers’ attention. At the same time, the background music full of mysterious color provided infinite imaginary space for the audience. Not only providing imagination, the tight music also foil out the film’s tense atmosphere. Moreover, Asa Butterfield, a young actor who has participated in several excellent movies, does his great job again in this movie. He demonstrated a boy who is obsessed with fixing machines perfectly. For example, when he finally launches the automaton, his face showed a delightful and yearning smile, but after a while, he sees the automaton writing characters that seems meaningless, he became desperate. He jumps into the sofa, and murmured that he failed, and he cannot figure out the message his father gave him. However, his friend Isabelle finds out that the automaton did not stop its work, and continues to draw a picture. Hugo, with his eyes moistened and a twitching voice, said, “It’s not writing.” From this scene, readers can understand his aspiration to fix this robot. In conclusion, Hugo’s music, actors, and settings has brought viewers a wonderful
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