He idolizes Ernesto de la Cruz, a famous musician, and secretly teaches himself to play guitar from Ernesto's old movies. Imelda and the family find and rescue the duo, and Miguel reveals the truth about Héctor's death. His great-great-grandmother Imelda was married to a man who left her and their 3-year-old daughter Coco to pursue a career in music, and when he never returned, Imelda banished music from her family's life and started a business. Concluding that Ernesto is his great-great-grandfather, Miguel leaves to enter a talent show for despite his family's objections. Coco will have the voices, in the original version, by Benjamin Bratt, Gael García Bernal and Renee Victor as the most outstanding.
In it we meet Miguel, a Mexican boy who dreams of becoming a musician, despite his family does not see it with good eyes, something you can see better in the new trailer, the third, which has launched Disney today. In Santa Cecilia, , 12-year-old Miguel dreams of being a musician, even though his family strictly forbids it. She banned music in the family, and turned to shoemaking, which became the family business. With the help of Hector, a spirit skeletal and his dog Dante, must find him before the time runs out and can return to the Land of the Living. He breaks into Ernesto's mausoleum and takes his guitar to use in the show, but once he strums it, he becomes invisible to everyone in the village plaza. Imelda and Héctor gradually reconcile, and the family infiltrates Ernesto's sunrise concert to retrieve Héctor's photo.
Miguel sneaks into the mansion, where Ernesto welcomes him as his descendant, but Héctor confronts them, again imploring Miguel to take his photo to the Land of the Living. Coco Full Movie Storyline Miguel will not miss this opportunity and will look for Ernesto de la Cruz in order to get the blessing of his family and be able to devote himself to what he is most passionate about. To protect his legacy, Ernesto seizes the photo, and has Miguel and Héctor thrown into a pit. It is to applaud the effort of Disney in this dubbing, because also contribute his talent other known in other items such as Alfonso Arau, Sofía Espinoza, Elena Poniatowska, Cecilia Suarez, Javier Velasco, Trino, Ana de la Reguera and, of course, Gael Garcia Bernal, who plays the character of Hector in both English and Spanish. Previously, the participation of Marco Antonio Solis, César Costa, Angelica María, Angelica Vale, Eugenia León, Andrés Bustamante, Cecilia Toussaint, Héctor Bonilla and Juan Villoro, among others, had already been confirmed.
Coco has as backdrop a very important tradition of Mexico, the Day of the Dead. Imelda has since died, and the Rivera family has continued to live without music. Miguel discovers that he is cursed for stealing from the dead, and must return to the Land of the Living before sunrise or he will become one of the dead; to do so, he must receive a blessing from a member of his family. He explains that his great-great grandmother, Mama Imelda, was the wife of a musician, who left her and their daughter Coco to pursue a career in music. In the Land of the Dead, Héctor and Imelda rekindle their romance and join Coco for a visit to the living, where Miguel sings and plays for his relatives, both living and dead. Miguel now lives with the elderly Coco and their family, who are all shoemakers.
The adventure begins when he accidentally enters the Land of the Dead, there he meets the souls of generations past of his family, including his great-great-grandmother Imelda, the first to ban music at the Rivera house. . Coco Development Miguel has an idol, someone he admires above all things, Ernesto de la Cruz, a singer who has died. One year later, Miguel proudly presents the family ofrenda to his new baby sister, while Coco's letters from Héctor prove that Ernesto stole his songs, destroying Ernesto's legacy and causing Héctor to be rightfully honored in his place; Coco has since died, and her picture joins those of her family. Ernesto's crimes are exposed to the audience, who jeer him as he is thrown out of the stadium and crushed by a giant bell, repeating the circumstances of his death, but the photo is lost. On the , Miguel accidentally damages the picture frame holding a photo of Coco with her parents on the family and discovers a hidden section of the photograph showing his great-great-grandfather whose face had been torn out holding Ernesto's famous guitar. Coco follows the story of Miguel, a 12-year-old boy who unleashes events that will dust off a mystery that will eventually reunite a family.
Ernesto and Héctor renew an argument from their partnership in life, and Miguel realizes that when Héctor decided to leave the duo to return to his family, Ernesto killed him, then stole his guitar and songs, passing them off as his own to become famous. Miguel meets Héctor, who claims to know Ernesto and offers to help Miguel reach him in return for Miguel taking his photo back with him, so that he might visit his daughter before she forgets him and he disappears completely. He helps Miguel enter a talent contest to win entry to Ernesto's mansion, but Miguel's family tracks him down, forcing him to flee. There, Miguel realizes that Héctor is his real great-great-grandfather, and that Coco is Héctor's daughter. A theme that may sound dismal, but that will not be treated that way, yes, with much respect, as its director, Lee Unkrich, the same that made Toy Story 3, has been documented for the occasion. Taking him back with them, they learn that Imelda cannot visit because Miguel removed her photo from the ofrenda. Miguel refuses and attempts to seek Ernesto's blessing instead.
However, he can interact with his dead relatives who are visiting from the Land of the Dead for the holiday. As the sun rises, Coco's life and memory are fading; Imelda and Héctor bless Miguel unconditionally so he can return to the Land of the Living. Imelda offers Miguel a blessing, but on the condition that he abandon his musical pursuits. A story that will not leave anyone indifferent and brings the Mexican culture to the international public. Miguel's family reconciles with him and accepts music again. . .
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