There are many touching factors in this movie: such as dream, family and death. and what hit me most was that it talked about how to treat death.
The movie led us into the world of the dead. The dead country is not scary at all. It may be because it is not the coldness and terror that sustain that world, but memory and love.
In this warm-hearted movie, one of the most depressing scenes is the death of the dead.
When Mi Ge and Viktor went to find the "dead old man" to borrow a guitar, he disappeared in the sound of Viktor's guitar.
We all think that one person can only die once. But in “Coco”, one person will die twice. The first time he loses his life, and the second time he is completely forgotten. When no one remembers him, it is the ultimate death of one person.
For the deceased relatives, as long as you do not forget them, they will always live there.
Coldplay has a song called "42". The first two words of the lyrics are: Those who are dead, are not dead, they're just living in my head.The dead people did not die. They live in my mind.
After reading this movie, I suddenly understood why there was a world of dead people from Buddhism to Christianity, from folklore to local customs.
That is the greatest comfort to the living. Death takes away, we use memory to guard.
In this life, people are destined to face the yin and yang separated from dear ones, but memory makes us feel a thread. As long as the memory is still there, there will be a bridge that will never die between this life and the past. It allows people in two worlds to cross the barrier and embrace each other at a certain moment.