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In Pixar’s latest animated film “Coco,” young Miguel is an aspiring musician whose family has banned music in their home for generations.

Oscar-nominated 'Coco' looks at love for music and family

In Pixar’s latest animated film “Coco,” young Miguel is an aspiring musician whose family has banned music in their home for generations.

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