To determine whether the heart of humankind is pure and good, two godlike beings engage in an otherworldly wager during Mexico’s annual Day of the Dead celebration. They tether two friends, Manolo and Joaquin, into vying for the heart of the beautiful and fiercely independent Maria, with comical and sometimes dangerous consequences.
There are certain names that will automatically have me interested in whatever they’re attached to. The creative genius that is Guillermo del Toro happens to be one of those. So when I first caught wind of The Book of Life by its beautiful visuals, it only made me the more curious knowing he was a part of it. Needless to say, having the opportunity to check out The Art of The Book of Life was one I was so pleased to have.
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