Coco

2017 | USA | PG | 105 min.

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Film Info
Section:Open Space
Release Year:2017
Runtime:105 min.
Rating:PG
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Spanish
Subtitles:English
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Lee Unkrich
Produced by:Darla K. Anderson
Screenwriter:Adrian Molina
Matthew Aldrich
Cinematography:Matt Aspbury
Danielle Feinberg
Editing By:Steve Bloom
Lee Unkrich
Cast:Anthony Gonzalez
Gael García Bernal
Benjamin Bratt
Alanna Ubach

Description

One of the most colorful, stunning, and touching films yet from Pixar, Coco will delight everyone with its sublime storytelling. Earnest, one-dimpled chatterbox Miguel yearns above all else to become a musician, but he comes from a music-hating family that has banned anyone playing it. After a family quarrel, he finds himself in limbo in the Land of the Dead, and must work with a goofy hairless dog and a streetwise trickster (Gael García Bernal) to get an ancestor's blessing in order to return to the Land of the Living. While it may be set in the Mexican tradition of the Day of the Dead, it’s altogether rare to find a film teeming with this much life. So imaginative, so heartrending, there’s so much to love here—the vibrant culture, the dazzling animation, the splendid music, the reverence for la familia—and it all works together to remind us that when it comes to the cinema, no walls can separate us. Make no bones about it, you’re gonna go loco for Coco at the Open Space.

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