A scene from the film "Coco."
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With U.S.-Mexican relations at their lowest point in recent memory, Disney Pixar is set to release "Coco," a cinematic celebration of Mexico that its director said is an antidote to the "negativity" of the current political climate.The movie is the first from Pixar dedicated entirely to a foreign culture – a risky bet for the animation studio and parent company Disney at a time when U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" populism holds sway.Mexican-American co-director Adrian Molina said he was confident the movie would connect with audiences everywhere.
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