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Director Lee Unkrich's "Coco" Breaks New Ethnic Ground For Pixar
  • NEW YORK (AP)
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Pixar films have never been shy about death. The "Toy Story" films are, in part, about mortality. The poetic highlight of "Up" is a wordless sequence of a spouse's passing. The Earth, itself, was left for dead in "Wall-E."

But Pixar plunges fully into the afterlife in "Coco," a brightly...

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