The Oscar-winning animated film “Coco” from Disney and Pixar will return to Mexican theaters on October 26 to celebrate one of the most emblematic Mexican traditions, the Day of the Dead.
Entertainment companies such as Cinépolis and Cinemex announced on social networks that they will include the film directed by Lee Unkrich on their billboard from October 26 to November 1.
“Coco” is an American film that tells the story of “Miguel”, a 12-year-old Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a musician inspired by “Ernesto de la Cruz”, who has a close relationship with the family. A film full of comic adventures and full of Mexican culture.
The film raised more than $800 million dollars and was credited with immense awards such as the Golden Globes and the Oscar, becoming a worldwide phenomenon.
Pixar and Disney claim to have worked for six years in production while traveling around the country collecting information on traditions, choosing the most emblematic for Mexicans.
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