Théo and Hugo meet in a club and form an immediate bond. Once the desire and elation of this first moment has passed, the two young men, now sober, wander through the empty streets of nocturnal Paris, having to confront the love they sense blossoming between them. Ducastel and Martineau's most ambitious film to date and a candid insight into 21st century life.
Fed-up with his violent daily life, former Marseilles police officer Alex Hugo leaves the city and the violence he can no longer bear.
The life of Hugo Chavez; from childhood, his arrival to power, confrontations, and loves to his last days as president.
Hugo was an interactive television show created by the Danish company Interactive Television Entertainment in 1990. Since its premiere in TV2, this popular "live one-player multi platform interactive game show" has aired in more than 40 other countries and has seen multiple video games and other media and merchandise in its extended franchise.
Chava Iglesias's doting personal assistant Hugo Sánchez is tasked with leading Club de Cuervos to victory in Nicaragua -- if only his mom will let him.
Victor and Hugo, Bunglers in Crime is an animated series made by Cosgrove Hall for Thames Television and screened on CITV from 6 September 1991 to 29 December 1992 and is a spin off from Count Duckula. The series centres on the exploits of two bumbling French criminals - the eponymous brothers of the title. Despite referencing the French author Victor Hugo in their names, neither brother was particularly intelligent. The plot of each episode dealt with Victor and Hugo and their English-based business "Naughtiness International" being hired by crime figures to steal something. Victor would come up with a "meticulous plan" to achieve this goal, which was routinely botched by Hugo. The episodes would traditionally end with the brothers imprisoned.