What Agreement Did Miguel Make With Hector In Coco

45-46: Miguel magically reappears in the Cruz. No skeletons. With a mischievous smile, he takes the guitar “Mariachi Plaza, I come here”. But as soon as he starts at the door, “WOOOOSH!” He`s back in the scribe`s office in the land of the dead – without a guitar. His late family is shocked that he broke his promise. “. . . It`s my life! You already have yours! He takes another petal from MARIGOLD, but none of his family will bless him. Mamé Imelda said, “You go home, or no way. I`m not going to let you follow the same path as him. MIGUEL HAS AN IDEA.

Coco follows an emerging young musician named Miguel (Anthony Gonzalez), accidentally stuck in the land of the dead and who must receive the blessing of a family member to return to the land of the living. But this blessing comes at a price: his family banned music after his great-great-grandfather left his wife and daughter to pursue a career as a musician, and his late Mom Imelda (Alanna Ubach) refused to give up the ban and ordered Miguel to give up his music as soon as he returned to the land of the living. Desperate to pursue his dreams, Miguel goes in search of his great-grandfather, whom he considers his idol, the famous star Ernesto de la Cruz (Benjamin Bratt). Along the way, Miguel stumbles upon a Ragamuffin skeleton called Hector (Gael Garcia Bernal) with whom he may have more in common than he thinks. In a surprisingly dark scene, ernesto is revealed that Hector killed him specifically to steal his music when he said he was stopping and going home to be with his family. Certainly, animated films, and in particular Pixar films, have never backed down from depictions of death or even violent death. Nemo`s search begins with the death of the main character`s mother at the hands of a vicious thief. Up is famous for Ellie`s tragic death. The two Cars sequences deal with the death of Doc Hudson and thus the Paul Newman synchronous speaker. “Miguel blows unasspered into a glass soda bottle [and makes a horn sound]. Abuelita takes the bottle. “No music!” At the beginning of the cinematic events, Héctor was shown that he was displeasing almost as much music as his alienated family.

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