Asa Butterfield talks about his character Hugo Cabret in Martin Scorsese's film adaptation. "He's quite to himself until he needs Isabelle. And then that starts off getting him out of his shell."
Asa also talks about the mystery, the creepiness of some scenes. Like the clocks and the mist and stuff like that. "The writing the automaton does is actually happening. That's not CGI." He also talk about the scary dogs, the place Hugo lives in Paris and the Station Master.