December 29, 2011, 10:25 PM
There's a joyous moment in director Martin Scorsese's Hugo, opening November 23 from Paramount Pictures, when Sir Ben Kingsley–– portraying the pioneering French filmmaker Georges Melies (1902's A Trip to the Moon)—performs a magical feat onstage to thunderous applause. It's but a brief glimpse into a forgotten past.
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