95 minutes


Action and Adventure, Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy



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Despite his family’s longstanding ban on music and the affection he holds for them, 12-year-old Miguel is desperate to play and can’t help but go against their wishes. Aspiring to be like his idol, the celebrated Ernesto de la Cruz, Miguel attempts to “borrow” the deceased star’s guitar to play in a village talent contest. Upon doing so, he finds himself transported into the Land of the Dead where he meets past generations of his family. However, he only has until sunrise to find a way out, otherwise he will be forever trapped in the afterlife. ‘Coco’ is a colourful celebration of the importance of family, the significance of memories and the power of music which encourages viewers to seize the moment and follow your dreams.

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Mild threat, violence. Contains bereavement theme.

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