Coco (Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + Bonus) (Three Disc STEELBOOK Edition) (2017)

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SKU:
S1040020151
UPC:
8907011118194
Actors:
Anthony Gonzalez, Gael García Bernal, Benjamin Bratt, Alanna Ubach, Renée Victor, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Edward James Olmos
Director:
Lee Unkrich
Producers:
Darla K. Anderson
Music Composer:
Michael Giacchino
DTS HD Master Audio 7.1:
English
Dolby Digital+ 7.1:
Spanish (Latin)
Dolby Digital 5.1:
Arabic, Czech, Hindi
Audio Descriptive Stereo 2.0:
English
Subtitles:
English, Castilian Spanish, Arabic, Czech
Number of Discs:
3
Region:
Free
Rating:
G
Run Time:
109 minutes

In Disney•Pixar’s vibrant tale of family, fun and adventure, an aspiring young musician named Miguel (voice of newcomer Anthony Gonzalez) embarks on an extraordinary journey to the magical land of his ancestors. There, the charming trickster Héctor (voice of Gael García Bernal) becomes an unexpected friend who helps Miguel uncover the mysteries behind his family’s stories and traditions.

Special Features:

Disc One: 

    • Welcome to the Fiesta (1080p, 2:16): A "proof of concept" short film. With optional Director Lee Unkrich, Co-Director Adrian Molina, and Producer Darla Anderson commentary.

    • Mi Familia (1080p, 10:00): The filmmakers share some of the rules they were forced to follow growing up and what they meant then and how they see them now. It also explores research for the film, including travel to Mexico to become immersed in the culture depicted in it and discover the characters who would appear in it.

    • Dante (1080p, 6:14): A closer look at the dog that appears in the film and the canine inspirations for him.

    • How to Draw a Skeleton (1080p, 3:18): A quick tutorial on drawing one of the key figure shapes from the film.

    • Audio Commentary: Director Lee Unkrich, Co-Director Adrian Molina, and Producer Darla Anderson deliver an insightful track that opens with film structure insight and continues to explore story and character details, research trips to Mexico, background details, changes to the film along the way, visuals and visual effects, voice work, and much more.

Disc Two:

    • A Thousand Pictures A Day (1080p, 20:03): A more detailed look at the crew's travels to Mexico to better understand the culture, characters, story lines, and details that would be central to the movie they wanted to make.
    • The Music of Coco (1080p, 13:12): An inside look at the movie's authentic music and how it tells and shapes the story.

    • Land of Our Ancestors (1080p, 6:19): A quick examination of the film's lively depiction of the land of the dead with, again, emphasis on research and real-world inspirations.

    • Fashion Through the Ages (1080p, 8:39): This piece explores character costumes from both worlds, how they help define the film's tone and themes, and research into authentic Mexican clothing.

    • The Real Guitar (1080p, 3:08): Crafting the guitar seen in the film in the real and digital worlds.

    • Paths to Pixar: Coco (1080p, 11:44): A number of people from the creative team discuss their dreams from when they were children, their work histories, passions, and how they came to work at Pixar.

    • How to Make Papel Picado (1080p, 2:19): A brief tutorial on crafting the Mexican decoration.

    • You Got the Part! (1080p, 2:12): Young Anthony Gonzalez is given the part of voicing the lead.

    • Deleted Scenes (1080p, 33:07 total runtime): Following an Introduction to the deleted scenes with Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina, the following scenes are included: Día del los Muertos, The Way of the Riveras, Celebrity Tour, The Bus Escape, Alebrije Attack, The Family Fix, and To the Bridge. Scenes are presented in their unfinished storyboard states.

    • Trailers & Promos (1080p): Feeling -- United States Trailer #1 (2:12), Dante's Lunch -- Web Exclusive short film (1:56), Destiny -- Mexico Trailer (2:34), Journey -- Brazil Trailer (2:01), Belong - Australia Trailer (2:13), and Promo -- Un Poco Coco (3:05).

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