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  • Published on Jan 5, 2022
  • Academy Award ® Nominee for Best Original Song Written by Lin-Manuel Miranda. See Disney’s Encanto now streaming on Disney+🕯️✨🦋
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  • DisneyMusicVEVO
    DisneyMusicVEVO  24 days ago +124

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  • Luv
    Luv 4 months ago +25920

    The contrast between how Abuela narrated the story in the beginning as a tale of hope vs how traumatizing it actually was and how deeply it affected her and by extension, her family

    • Lupe Grau
      Lupe Grau 6 days ago

      @Hazel Patterson no

    • Lupe Grau
      Lupe Grau 6 days ago

      @AngelStardom ok is 'no good🆗

    • CreoleFaerie
      CreoleFaerie 6 days ago

      @Myka Ruest looks like the Spanish conquistadors based off the silhouette drawn. They were truly awful people. They burned villages indiscriminately and committed mass genocide all for the sake of getting land. Encanto is also based off a book apparently. Interesting topic, the indigenous ppl of Columbia started knocking down statues of the conquistadors pretty shortly before and after this movie came out. Maybe it's a coincidence but I don't think it is.

    • My_eyes_ hurt!
      My_eyes_ hurt! 13 days ago +1

      @Hazel Patterson I thought of it as little Mirabel's interpretation of Aubela's backstory - childhood innocents. Then when we see Aubela's back story, present Mirabel also sees how it actually happened; symbolizing the younger generation becoming aware of family history & traumas.

  • hannahhobnob20
    hannahhobnob20 Month ago +1878

    For an animation her grief is so believable and crushing, I can't watch this scene without crying with her..... honestly it's one of my favourite Disney films in a very long time

    • Jennifer King
      Jennifer King 9 days ago +1

      I now start crying at the beginning of the movie expecting this part.

    • JhadeSagrav
      JhadeSagrav 14 days ago +5

      someone mentioned that "it looks fake" because "no one cries like that," but i think it's a culture thing. I definitely saw very similar reactions at my great-grandmother's funeral many years ago, so maybe it's a hispanic thing that "looks fake" if you're from a different background.
      I thought it was absolute perfection. I was blown away with how real it felt. I mean, she's watching her husband die... I, too, was one of the ugly-criers at this scene.

    • bubbles
      bubbles 19 days ago +3

      @Dr. Andy brave is really good too

    • Dr. Andy
      Dr. Andy 28 days ago +8

      1. Encanto
      2. Tangled
      3. Frozen
      4. Moana
      4 best disney movies with musical about family, romance, and embracing yourself.

    • Donna Eltina Nash
      Donna Eltina Nash Month ago +4

      It's not one of: items my absolute favorite!!! And am 40

  • Jose Brocal
    Jose Brocal Month ago +457

    Dos oruguitas enamoradas
    Pasan sus noches y madrugadas
    Llenas de hambre
    Siguen andando y navegando un mundo
    Que cambia y sigue cambiando
    Navegando un mundo
    Que cambia y sigue cambiando
    Dos oruguitas paran el viento
    Mientras se abrazan con sentimiento
    Siguen creciendo, no saben cuándo
    Buscar algún rincón
    El tiempo sigue cambiando
    Inseparables son
    El tiempo sigue cambiando
    Ay, oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    Ay, oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    Dos oruguitas desorientadas
    En dos capullos bien abrigadas
    Con sueños nuevos
    Ya solo falta hacer lo necesario
    En el mundo que sigue cambiando
    Tumbando sus paredes
    Ahí viene nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Ay, mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    Fuente: LyricFind
    Autores de la canción: Lin-Manuel Miranda
    Letra de Dos Oruguitas © Universal Music Publishing Group

  • Richie Beck
    Richie Beck 18 days ago +208

    This had me sobbing. We're told and shown a brief version of it, but it initially feels detached from the bright colors and music, the hope and the joy of the present day family. When we're shown the actual tragedy that served as the foundation of the family, the horror and the brutality, the loneliness and the pain... I completely forgot that I was watching an animated Disney film.

    • jf k
      jf k 13 days ago +7

      Alma is truly a complex and tragic character. She wasn't always like this. She was once an happy and goofy young woman deeply in love and looking forward to starting a family. On what should been one of the happiest days in their short marriage ended up being a complete nightmare for her and Pedro. They witnessed their home getting destroyed and had to leave despite the fact that Alma was still recovering from just giving birth to three babies. They even had to leave the three babies cribs behind. These were normal everyday hard-working people. But hey, at least the family will find a new home together. Only, they couldn't even have that. Alma is forced to witnessed the love of her life get killed in front her, had to rebuild her life alone and accept that she is both a new and single mother all in just few hours. This is the moment that she completely changes. She will never ever break down ever again and will have all of the answers. God forbid that she'll ever loses everything ever again. She stuffed all of her pain down in order to cope and lives. However, there is a price to be pay in trying to be in control all of the time for so long. Alma rebuild a new life for her family and neighbors but also forgot to be there emotionally. The whole family didn't know about the full story behind Pedro's death so they had no idea that the tough as nails matriarch was the one who needed to be save the most of all. All they saw was a strict and perfectionist woman. Like Mirabel pointed out, she suffered all alone. But the good news is that with Pedro's complete story now out in the open and Bruno's returns, the whole family can work through their problems together and create a better and healthier family life together.

  • jf k
    jf k 13 days ago +30

    Alma is truly a complex and tragic character. She wasn't always like this. She was once an happy and goofy young woman deeply in love and looking forward to starting a family. On what should been one of the happiest days in their short marriage ended up being a complete nightmare for her and Pedro. They witnessed their home getting destroyed and had to leave despite the fact that Alma was still recovering from just giving birth to three babies. They even had to leave the three babies cribs behind. These were normal everyday hard-working people. But hey, at least the family will find a new home together. Only, they couldn't even have that. Alma is forced to witnessed the love of her life get killed in front her, had to rebuild her life alone and accept that she is both a new and single mother all in just few hours. This is the moment that she completely changes. She will never ever break down ever again and will have all of the answers. God forbid that she'll ever loses everything ever again. She stuffed all of her pain down in order to cope and lives. However, there is a price to be pay in trying to be in control all of the time for so long. Alma rebuild a new life for her family and neighbors but also forgot to be there emotionally. The whole family didn't know about the full story behind Pedro's death so they had no idea that the tough as nails matriarch was the one who needed to be save the most of all. All they saw was a strict and perfectionist woman. Like Mirabel pointed out, she suffered all alone. But the good news is that with Pedro's complete story now out in the open and Bruno's returns, the whole family can work through their problems together and create a better and healthier family life together.

  • Zakari
    Zakari 4 months ago +23886

    I appreciate how Disney made Abuela such a complex character. She’s a good embodiment of how grief makes us blind to what we have now and how we fail to appreciate it. She has no ill intent or whatsoever but her grief has made hyper focused on keeping the miracle, her lasting memory of her husband, alive. But in this fixation, she forgets to ask how about the welfare of her offsprings. I hope Disney makes a series for Encanto. I want to see Abuela take the steps towards reconciliation and I cheer for her development.

    • Astronaut Turtle
      Astronaut Turtle 5 days ago

      Disney replied

    • Lupe Grau
      Lupe Grau 6 days ago

      @L2 Sentinel ok

    • Lupe Grau
      Lupe Grau 6 days ago

      Pretty

    • Rosmyra17
      Rosmyra17 15 days ago

      @N.O.H. I have actually slowly changed my mind, but in any case she cannot be considerered a positive character. Complex one, yes.

    • no eyebrows
      no eyebrows 22 days ago +4

      Damn Disney themselves replying??

  • Marilyn Cubillos
    Marilyn Cubillos Month ago +182

    El Oscar debió ser para esta canción. No cabe duda que es una preciosidad cuando puedes entenderla en su idioma original. Todo su trasfondo y lo que representa es mágico.

  • C.B.H
    C.B.H 25 days ago +159

    The horror in their eyes, the grief in her cries....absolutely deserves an Oscar

  • ~Izzy Bizzy~
    ~Izzy Bizzy~  20 days ago +141

    I honestly really like how Abuela realizes her mistakes instead of being blind to them, and I like how the butterfly's symbolize Alma finally speaking about her trauma and how she is healing.

  • DIEGODUBBER 21
    DIEGODUBBER 21 27 days ago +219

    Her cry was animated very well.
    The animators really gave the idea of the raw, excruciating pain she was feeling. We don't hear her mournful cry, but we can clearly see and feel her agony and sorrow.

  • Jose RS
    Jose RS 4 months ago +3158

    Not gonna lie, this scene is actually truly dark, a woman who watches her husband being murdered just to be massacred after him if it wasn’t for the miracle, her expression is pure horror and pain, as she falls to the ground crying, hopeless and torn apart from the inside … her expressions during this scene are something I’ve never seen in an animated movie.

    • Asmodeus
      Asmodeus 3 hours ago

      Damn we get it Dr phill

    • Cody Lucas
      Cody Lucas Day ago

      Life is truly dark. Art imitates reality. We don't know about the peace we enjoy here on the North American continent but I have heard stories from mis cuñados y primos about the horrors of partisan violence in South America and Mexico too.

    • Joshua Mendes
      Joshua Mendes 6 days ago

      That’s life in South America, every day. But we carry on ♥️

    • Mario Vinicius
      Mario Vinicius 8 days ago

      @Pandangan Matiyn Bruh they were not in the 15th century lol

    • Μάρκελα
      Μάρκελα 9 days ago

      Abouela enb petro

  • Henry Hidalgo
    Henry Hidalgo Month ago +132

    😢 Aveces no quieres llorar pero las lágrimas toman vida propia...

  • Ingrid Yisela Caicedo B.

    Dios bendiga a Colombia 💛💙❤ Maravillosa interpretación de la historia Colombiana🐛🦋

  • walan31
    walan31 Month ago +48

    I don't speak much Spanish but this song just touches the soul . Not many songs tell a compling story.

  • Yara Quiros
    Yara Quiros Month ago +65

    He llorado en esta escena de reconciliación y perdón , donde una generación y la otra hacen las paces , esa canción es tan linda , cuántas familias latinas nos vemos en esta linda historia , en verdad una película maravillosa😭😭😭😭❤😉👍💯🤗😊🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹Gracias Sebastián Yatra por tan linda canción , con tu voz se escucha mucho más linda

  • Denielle Borbon
    Denielle Borbon 4 months ago +10696

    The song gets better and better no matter how many times I hear it. The emotions of the song fits so perfectly with what's happening.

  • Peter Nikolov donayre
    Peter Nikolov donayre Month ago +46

    Sebastian Yartra tiene una voz excepcional, canta con una fuerza y sentimiento que realmente te hace vivir la experiencia que intenta transmitir. Me encantó, ésta canción se merece un Oscar.

  • Lexabug
    Lexabug Month ago +32

    This scene made my mom cry. She watched it and put herself in Abuela's shoes, imagining losing dad and having to take care of me, my little brother, and my little sister all alone during the grief and danger. She was so sad, and we just had to sit with her for a while. She completely understood Abuela's actions, and I think, had she been put in the situation, she would've done the same thing.

  • Jenny Martinez
    Jenny Martinez 12 days ago +2

    Me encantó 💕 😍 ♥ 💖 💜

  • Gayathri N
    Gayathri N 22 days ago +33

    I can’t listen to this song without feeling the emotions of Abuela and I can’t watch the video without crying because so much sorrow and hurt was put into the music and the scenes from the movie just take that to a whole new level 🖤❤️

  • ripleey
    ripleey 4 months ago +18090

    The way Abuela cries in her version of the story, her face when she drops on her knees and just breaks shook me so much. It feels almost too realistic, the kind of unspeakable pain that is so painful it physically hurts your heart, I feel like most of us can relate to that at some point. What a powerful movie this was.

    • Ingrid Calderon
      Ingrid Calderon 5 days ago

      😭😭

    • Andres Chavez
      Andres Chavez 22 days ago

      @Majo Gil The internal conflict, the civil war, affected almost 9 million Colombians. More than 250 thousand werw murdered, and more than 65 thousand were completely dissapeared. For us in Colombia, this part of the movie was shoking( and i cried almost 1 hour when i saw this, because i know the story) and extremely attached to the history of this Country.

    • Meriluslff1989
      Meriluslff1989 Month ago

      That hug at the end 😢 oof

    • Meriluslff1989
      Meriluslff1989 Month ago

      Mannnnnnnn this movie is the definition of an emotional roller-coaster the amount of times I cried laughed and felt anguish and was surprised man oh man

    • Hallie Hernandez
      Hallie Hernandez Month ago

      I cried when I first saw this scene on RU-clip 😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

  • Eti Beguin
    Eti Beguin 20 days ago +37

    This scene gets me every time. Alma’s sorrow is one of the most real things I have ever seen in film, even though the movie is animated! Pedro’s sacrifice is so heartbreaking and inspiring, as is Alma’s. This is the greatest scene in a film full of great scenes.

  • ROSELI APARECIDA DA SILVA SANTOS

    Essa música é muito linda

  • Carlos Alonso Juárez
    Carlos Alonso Juárez 14 days ago +1

    No dejo verla, de llorar y de amar 🇨🇴❤️🇻🇪

  • nuñez
    nuñez 9 days ago +6

    La abuela nunca fue la "villana" como muchos la nombran. Es simplemente una mujer atrapada en un pasado doloroso que la marcó y nunca pudo superar. Sus actos nunca fueron para dañar a su familia, por lo que jamás fue alguien mala, pero sin querer estaba lastimando a quienes más amaba. Después de todo, solo era un jovencita que perdió a su gran amor, a su hogar y todo lo que ella era y tuvo que sobrevivir como pudo con 3 bebés, con el miedo de pasar otra vez por el desplazamiento forzoso que ya pasó una vez y que tanto le arrebató.
    Encanto nunca tuvo un villano, solo tuvo personas intentando avanzar a su manera. Mirabel sin querer lograrlo pudo romper esa cadena (ya que el objetivo de Mirabel solo era que su familia la note, pero con eso logró que la abuela reaccionara y viera como sus traumas estaban afectando a su familia)

  • Nathalia Garcia
    Nathalia Garcia 4 months ago +1611

    Esta canción me recuerda a mi Abuelita que murió este año.Ella siempre me contaba que fue victima del conflicto armado en Colombia cuando era pequeña.
    Fué desplazada de su hogar y perdió un hermano pequeño por hipotermia en medio de la huída,, porque tuvieron que caminar por muchos dias por el páramo, mientras eran perseguidos.
    Es por eso que ver esta escena y escuchar esa canción me causa tanto llanto. Ojalá un día Colombia puedar ser un país de paz y se acabe tanto sufrimiento que la guerra ha causado.

    • Pedro José Esteban Carreño
      Pedro José Esteban Carreño 27 days ago

      Mi familia también desplazada de boyaca por la violencia, encontraron el mejor de los futuros en el Huila, dolorosa y hermosa cancion

    • Ivanna Claudette
      Ivanna Claudette Month ago

      💔

    • LG
      LG 3 months ago +3

      Mi abuelita vivió lo mismo, los conservadores venían a matarlos y tuvieron que huir con mi mamá bebé. Pasaron muchísimas horas escondidos y avanzando por una tubería abandonada, y mi mamá cuenta que fue esa noche que ella desarrolló un asma alérgica que la afectó toda su infancia. Ahora yo tengo el mismo problema y los médicos no saben qué es lo que me causa la alergia, y mi mamá a veces piensa que es una extensión de ese trauma que ella vivió...

    • Juancho
      Juancho 4 months ago +24

      Soy colombiano y mi abuelo también me contó cuando se tubo que ir por culpa de la violence. Esta escena le llega al corazón a todos los colombianos de alguna otra o forma. Cuando la vi me acorde de mi abuelo que falleció hace dos años.

  • Amanda Keyse
    Amanda Keyse 6 days ago

    É tão bonita essa música 🎶

  • Lisseth Escobar
    Lisseth Escobar Month ago +25

    Soy Salvadoreña. Acabo de ser mamá y está canción me hace llorar, porque ya tengo mi oruguita 🥰

  • gloria alcocerz
    gloria alcocerz Month ago

    Me encanta la cancion😃😘❤

  • Luisa Fernanda L
    Luisa Fernanda L Month ago +1

    Que hermoso mensaje ❤️

  • Shannon Hill
    Shannon Hill 4 months ago +1553

    I love how this movie has no real villain. It's just a bunch of people who are trying to live with expectations, judgement from both family and community, and how they can come together as a whole. It just also happens to have magic involved. It feels more like a slice of life kind of movie. Not your typical Disney flick and I actually like that. You don't always have to be special in order to stand out. I like that message.

    • templarw20
      templarw20 14 days ago +1

      A lot of people trying to vilify Alma forget that A) trauma can do really screwed up things to people; and B) we don't really see how Mirabel is treated outside of the day surrounding Antonio's gift ceremony. A very high stress situation for everyone (see Pepa), like a wedding or even the birth of a child... which can be traumatic for someone that's widowed or miscarried, respectively.

    • Caleb Harris
      Caleb Harris 14 days ago +1

      @Jugemu Jugemu Go Ko no Surikire Kaijari Suigyo they mean that the character did not have to face a traditional villainous antagonist that Disney movies usually have

    • worm
      worm 14 days ago

      @Mapache Salsa i did but i just don’t think a sorry makes up for all that.

    • Mapache Salsa
      Mapache Salsa 15 days ago +1

      @worm you clearly did not understand her character 😂

    • worm
      worm 15 days ago

      @N.O.H. y’all can say what u want but no one can convince me otherwise. she’s a villain to me, period.

  • Daira LG paz solis
    Daira LG paz solis 3 days ago

    Me encanta 😍 está canción sin dudas es el primer lugar en mi corazón que hermosa 💕😍

  • Maribel
    Maribel Month ago

    Me encanta esta canción por todo de la vida lo malo y lo bueno❤️😘😌

  • Sandra Marroquin
    Sandra Marroquin Month ago +19

    Amo esta canción. Toca lo más profundo de mi corazón. Los Colombianos hemos sufrido los estragos de la guerra, pero a pesar de eso, no hemos olvidado sonreír, sabemos que siempre habrá un futuro mejor. Las Mariposas amarillas de Gabriel García Márquez, Las montañas,La naturaleza, Nuestro hermoso rio de siete colores. Gracias Disney por mostrar un poco de la gran belleza de mi país y el invaluable tesoro de su gente. Que hermoso es Colombia !🇨🇴

  • Kylie Poage
    Kylie Poage Month ago +13

    i could listen to this song on repeat. it’s such a beautiful song with such a beautiful message and sebastián did an amazing job singing it.

  • David Emanuel Rosini
    David Emanuel Rosini 4 months ago +3209

    A song about caterpillars changing with the world and maturing into butterflies shouldn’t hurt this much. This song should win an Oscar!

    • SakraSwirl
      SakraSwirl 3 months ago

      @Feathered Filly Edgelords when somebody talks about a cartoon (They think it’s an anime):

    • Biblex the potato
      Biblex the potato 3 months ago +1

      @Feathered Filly cringe edge lord

    • jaetowns
      jaetowns 3 months ago +7

      IT'S NOMINATED!!!❤💕❤

  • Dayana L
    Dayana L Month ago +10

    Tengo 40 años y he visto esta película dos veces con mi hija de 8 años y he llorado las dos veces que he visto la parte de "Dos Oruguitas" 😭😭😭😭.
    Después de 20 años de vivir fuera de mi país Venezuela después de aquel fatídico día 11 de abril del 2002 y aún no borro esas imágenes y todas las que vinieron después. Tantas familias que les ha tocado vivir algo parecido, nuestros CAMINANTES. Que dolor! Tanto dolor 🥺🥺🥺 en Latinoamérica.
    Es increíble que un dibujo animado ha logrado revolver tantos sentimientos dentro de mi corazón. 🙏🏼❤️🇻🇪

  • 주원
    주원 15 days ago +10

    I visited Colombia more than two years ago, I did not know what to expect, I had heard a little about that country, but when I arrived I was amazed, I was in its cities, Bogotá, Medellín and Cartagena, in the Cocora Valley, an incredible destination where I hope to return after the pandemic
    Visite Colombia hace más de dos años, no sabía que esperar, había escuchado un poco de ese país, pero cuando llegué me asombre, estuve en sus ciudades, Bogotá, Medellín y Cartagena, en el Valle del cocora, un destino increíble a donde espero regresar después de la pandemia, saludos desde Korea 🇨🇴🇰🇷

  • Fabiola Garcia
    Fabiola Garcia Month ago +1

    Esta canción es muy bonita y al mismo tiempo triste 😥 y me gusta mucho 🐛🐛🦋🥰

  • Marjanne van der Bijl
    Marjanne van der Bijl 2 days ago +5

    The moment she cries in agony is so heartbreaking, especially knowing there are people in her situation. Not only in Ukrain, but also in other parts of the world.

  • jdawg10
    jdawg10 4 months ago +1498

    This might possibly be the best Disney movie I've ever seen. For years I've worried that Disney was losing their sense of maturity, that their content was being made for children and purely for children alone. While it is true that Walt Disney created movies and animations for children, he made them so that all people could enjoy them no matter their age, nationality, gender, political affiliation, etc. Films like Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Incredibles, Mulan and many others developed in the "golden" age of Disney displayed a childlike innocence and magic while also bringing in more mature themes that only those old enough could understand. This is what has been missing from mainstream Disney, and it's why I started losing interest in their newer products. Encanto wasn't even a movie I was excited or expecting to see and enjoy, but man did it deliver. This has to be the first time since watching Up that I've gotten emotional while watching an animated film

    • Ryleeman54number2
      Ryleeman54number2 3 months ago

      @angel bby You talk so smart not even realizing that two of those movies are pixar movies. Cmon bro you really are more entitled then OP I hope you know that. Also your historical knowledge of walt isnt entirely accurate.

    • angel bby
      angel bby 4 months ago +1

      @Silo Green hopefully black people can get a movie like coco or encanto with them being humans the WHOLE way through but regardless Soul, princess and the frog and others, were some of the best yet underrated modern disney movies ever

    • angel bby
      angel bby 4 months ago +1

      @Silo Green ohhh ok. that’s a valid critique, annoying cause the movie was so deep and profound with great representation of black people but absolutely correct criticism and i remember all the viral tweets about that now lol. i don’t know why disney movies with african americans have to turn into some mystical half human/half creature kind of film, but soul was so beautifully done i wasn’t even bothered by it this time.

    • Silo Green
      Silo Green 4 months ago +1

      @angel bby really? What I’ve seen is they didn’t like it because the main character wasn’t human for parts of the movie. They complained the same for Princess and the Frog. I thought the movie was amazing. Lots of black youth hardly know what they want to be when they grow up and so many of us end up I prison or working dead end jobs. I think the message was so important. I also love the time they took for the animation. Those characters looked realistic as hell

    • Ирина Кухарчик
      Ирина Кухарчик 4 months ago +1

      @angel bby, Soul is one of the few major film studios where African Americans have been treated with deep respect. I really liked everything about jazz in this cartoon.I personally do not like the trend of big studios, where they insert African Americans wherever possible just to follow today's trends, while not caring about the elaboration of these characters or how appropriate they will look there. Unfortunately, History cannot be rewritten, but one must learn to learn from it, and not profit from it.

  • J Clara Paiva
    J Clara Paiva 11 days ago

    O filme mais lindo que já vi 😍 músicas perfeitas

  • Allison Vanessa Páez Barrón

    Me encanta 😊 😢😭😱🥺

  • PRATIBHA SINGH JAMWAL
    PRATIBHA SINGH JAMWAL 18 days ago

    Hermosa música
    Me encanta esto canción

  • rouss
    rouss Month ago +7

    Esta canción es preciosa, la voz de Sebastián Yatra es tan linda, me salieron lágrimas con esta hermosa JOYA

  • DanSly
    DanSly 4 months ago +4119

    I love that the moment Alma cries, she doesn't yells the typical "No!", but she rips her throat with her cry, you can really see her heart break when she watches her husband die and can't do anything about it. The way she collapses and falls to the ground is something very realistic and really shows the great pain of the character, which, although it's animated, I'm sure it made more than one cry.
    She has reasons to cry so heartbreakingly. She is watching how the love of her life is killed, the only person who seems to have a connection with her at that moment (since her relatives don't appear in that scene). With that alone, it already leaves her with a severe trauma.
    In addition, at that moment she is left without a partner, and it means that she is ALONE, in charge of 3 BABIES. If a single baby requires a lot of attention, imagine 3!
    Alma, even though she is an animated character, shows how strong and solid a woman has to force herself to be when others depend on her. And there are women in real life who are like that, and those people deserve respect.

  • Vlog da My
    Vlog da My 8 days ago

    Mano, eu me derramo em lágrimas todas as vezes que vejo essa cena e escuto essa música.

  • Ana Zelaya
    Ana Zelaya Month ago

    Me encanta!!

  • Antonella Lalinde
    Antonella Lalinde Month ago +1

    This song never fails to make me cry, listening or watching💛

  • Denisse Mora
    Denisse Mora Month ago

    Le encantó😍😍

  • Arya Burns
    Arya Burns 4 months ago +5990

    I love that they gave her a realistic cry instead of a fake Disney cry. She got a raw "ugly" cry nd its absolutely beautiful

    • MuserNumberOne
      MuserNumberOne 2 months ago

      @Alexander Alford Yeah, lol. I watched it in an almost empty movie theater with just a couple families (so every sound was perfectly audible) and I had to fight really hard to stay silent as tears wouldn't stop streaming down my face.

    • PIXEL THE ALIEN
      PIXEL THE ALIEN 3 months ago

      And here I thought Brave, Wall-E , Up, and Inside Out would be only Disney movies that would actually manage to rake in a few tears from me but, nope..l

    • Stacie Milmeister
      Stacie Milmeister 4 months ago +1

      it was gut wrenching.. you could feel her pain.

    • Arif Karim
      Arif Karim 4 months ago

      @BeautyBot true, like even tho i did enjoyed the previous disney movies, i really enjoyed this one more and also i like it cuz of they included like some sort of depiction(?) of what the older/previous generations of Columbians had gone thru and they kinda showed like some of the effects it might have on the younger/future generations.. and i also think its quite a clever and good way to teach or give out history lessons to young audiences thru the movie

    • Saul D
      Saul D 4 months ago

      Ñ

  • ramon Zhingre
    ramon Zhingre 6 days ago

    Que bellos recuerdos 💔

  • exosha
    exosha 3 days ago +2

    Lyrics translate roughly like this:
    Two little caterpillars in love
    Spend their nights and early mornings
    Filled with hunger
    They keep walking and navigating a world
    That changes and keeps changing
    Navigating a world
    That changes and keeps changing
    Two little caterpillars stop the wind
    While they embrace each other with feeling
    They keep growing, they don't know when
    Searching for some corner
    Time keeps changing
    Inseparable they are
    Time keeps changing
    Oh, little caterpillars, don't hold on any longer
    You have to grow apart and come back
    Onward you will go
    Miracles are coming, chrysalides are coming
    You have to leave and build your own future
    Oh, little caterpillars, don't hold on any longer
    You have to grow apart and come back
    Onward you will go
    Miracles are coming, chrysalides are coming
    You have to leave and build your own future
    Two little caterpillars disoriented
    In two cocoons well sheltered
    With new dreams
    All that's left to do is to do what's necessary
    In the world that keeps changing
    Tearing down its walls
    Here comes our miracle
    Our miracle
    Our miracle
    Our miracle
    Oh, butterflies, don't hold on any longer
    You have to grow apart and come back
    Onward you will go
    They are already miracles, breaking chrysalides
    You have to fly, you have to find
    Your own future
    Oh butterflies, don't hold on any longer
    You have to grow apart and come back
    Onward you'll go
    You are already miracles, breaking chrysalides
    You have to fly, you have to find
    Your own future
    Oh butterflies, don't hold on any longer
    You have to grow apart and come back
    Onward you'll go
    You are already miracles, breaking chrysalides
    You have to fly, you have to find
    Your own future

  • Fruit Bouquet
    Fruit Bouquet Month ago +11

    2:45 Broke everyone's heart. How can a 3D animated character impose such powerful feelings, Disney?

  • WLY8
    WLY8 Month ago +13

    Dos oruguitas, enamoradas
    Duas lagartinhas, apaixonadas
    Pasan sus noches y madrugadas
    Passam suas noites e madrugadas
    Llenas de hambre, siguen andando
    Cheias de fome, elas continuam caminhando
    Y navegando un mundo que cambia y sigue cambiando
    E navegando em um mundo que muda e continua mudando
    Navegando un mundo que cambia y sigue cambiando
    Navegando em um mundo que muda e continua mudando
    Dos oruguitas, paran el viento
    Duas lagartinhas param o vento
    Mientras se abrazan con sentimiento
    Enquanto se abraçam, com sentimento
    Siguen creciendo, no saben cuando
    Elas continuam crescendo, sem saber quando
    Buscar algún rincón, el tiempo sigue cambiando
    Procurar algum abrigo, o tempo continua mudando
    Inseparables son y el tiempo sigue cambiando
    Elas são inseparáveis e o tempo continua mudando
    Ay oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Ai, lagartinhas, não esperem mais
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Vocês precisam se distanciar para crescer e voltar
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Continuarão seguindo em frente
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Vem milagres, vem crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    É preciso partir e construir seu próprio futuro
    Ay oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Ai, lagartinhas, não esperem mais
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Vocês precisam se distanciar para crescer e voltar
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Continuarão seguindo em frente
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Vem milagres, vem crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    É preciso partir e construir seu próprio futuro
    Dos oruguitas, desorientadas
    Duas lagartinhas, desorientadas
    En dos capullos, bien abrigadas
    Em dois casulos, bem protegidas
    Con sueños nuevos, ya solo falta
    Com novos sonhos, a única coisa que resta é
    Hacer lo necesario en un mundo que sigue cambiando
    Fazer o necessário em um mundo que continua mudando
    Tumbando sus paredes, ahí viene nuestro milagro
    Derrubando suas paredes, aí vem nosso milagre
    (Nuestro milagro, nuestro milagro, nuestro milagro, oh)
    (Nosso milagre, nosso milagre, nosso milagre, oh)
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Ai borboletas, não esperem mais
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Vocês precisam se distanciar para crescer e voltar
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Continuarão seguindo em frente
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Já são milagres, saindo de suas crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar su propio futuro
    Vocês têm que voar, têm que encontrar seu próprio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Ai borboletas, não esperem mais
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Vocês precisam se distanciar para crescer e voltar
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Continuarão seguindo em frente
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Já são milagres, saindo de suas crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar su propio futuro
    Vocês têm que voar, têm que encontrar seu próprio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Ai borboletas, não esperem mais
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Vocês precisam se distanciar para crescer e voltar
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Continuarão seguindo em frente
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Já são milagres, saindo de suas crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar su propio futuro
    Vocês têm que voar, têm que encontrar seu próprio futuro

  • Queen Vee
    Queen Vee 4 months ago +50133

    Her cries have to be the best animated cry I’ve ever seen. It felt so raw and transcended the screen. Absolutely beautiful.

    • The Hierophant
      The Hierophant Day ago

      It was absolutely heart wrenching, I tried my hardest not to sob because I was watching this movie with my family

    • Astronaut Turtle
      Astronaut Turtle 5 days ago

      Ikr

    • jkrichbaum
      jkrichbaum 7 days ago

      Yeah but them horsies got yeeted

    • PRATIBHA SINGH JAMWAL
      PRATIBHA SINGH JAMWAL 9 days ago

      @PinkPixel Productions
      Exaggerated?
      I've been to a funeral and I kid u not this is exactly how they cry

  • yoshito9412
    yoshito9412 Month ago

    Amo esta canción. Siempre que la escucho, lloro. 😭😭😭😭😭

  • Taller Naol by Nora Ortiz

    Que hermosa canción, que realidad mas difícil en nuestro país 😢🇪🇨💚. Gracias disney por esta bella animación 💜🌹💎👏👏👏

  • Humberto Ponce
    Humberto Ponce Month ago

    Sebastián Yatra es el único cantante de los más recientes que me gusta ❤️

  • Irma Rosa Duran
    Irma Rosa Duran Month ago

    Hermosa canción

  • Larriet Anne
    Larriet Anne 4 months ago +6072

    Alma es un claro ejemplo de una generación traumatizada que no tuvo tiempo de procesar el dolor, el luto ni todo lo que atravesó, eso no justifica sus acciones pero no es difícil empatizar con ella. La escena del grito mudo es fortísima, te cala hasta el alma. El fin, una lloradita y a dormir.

    • Descriptografando o ocultismo
      Descriptografando o ocultismo 4 months ago +1

      @Kiss Purpple
      Lea la bíblia, esta escrito conozca la verdad, y la verdad te hara libre. Dios es 100% amor, y no envia a nadie injustamente al infierno, Pero antes Dios envia predicadores para predicar la palabra de la salvacíon.

    • Kiss Purpple
      Kiss Purpple 4 months ago

      @Descriptografando o ocultismo bien dicho, lo dijo Jehová, pero tú no tienes no la más certera pizca de decir algo al respecto, eso es lo que al menos deberías de tener en cuanto y si tanto que dices que sos siervo del señor, deberías dar el ejemplo y ubicarme, pero la verdad, solo me demuestras tu soberbia, tu prejuicio, si yo lo hago, pues al menos sé cuál es mi destino pero quienes juegan a creer tener el derecho de.... Creo que ahí es donde obran mal y se sorprenderán de su destino

    • Descriptografando o ocultismo
      Descriptografando o ocultismo 4 months ago +1

      @Kiss Purpple
      Diles: Vivo yo, dice Jehová el Señor, que no quiero la muerte del impío, sino que se vuelva el impío de su camino, y que viva. Volveos, volveos de vuestros malos caminos; ¿por qué moriréis, oh casa de Israel?
      Ezequiel 33:11
      Arrepientete de sus pecados el reino de Dios se ha acercado

    • Descriptografando o ocultismo
      Descriptografando o ocultismo 4 months ago +1

      @Kiss Purpple
      Solo Dios tiene el poder para escudriña el corazón
      Vea:
      📖 Yo Jehová, que escudriño la mente, que pruebo el corazón, para dar a cada uno según su camino, según el fruto de sus obras.

    • Laura Marcela Quintero Silva
      Laura Marcela Quintero Silva 4 months ago +2

      @Edward Callisto Totalmente de acuerdo. Culturalmente, muchos otros países no lo pueden entender porque no han vivido colectivamente el conflicto que hemos vivido en Colombia. Por eso no empatizan con el personaje de la abuela; les falta "cultural competency" o "cultural humility". La abuela es un personaje muy complejo que solo los que vivimos en esta parte del hemisferio podemos comprender. No estoy diciendo que lo que hizo la abuela estaba "bien", pero es que no se trata de juzgarla moralmente entre bien o mal. La forma como ella entiende la vida nace de un trauma y un duelo sin resolver. Ella sufre y el sufrimiento hizo que se comportara de esa manera por miedo a perder nuevamente su hogar como ya lo perdió antes. Ugh, es duro pensar que esto se ha repetido tantas veces y sigue repitiéndose en nuestros pueblos colombianos...

  • Happy Music
    Happy Music Month ago +6

    This song will forever have a special place in my heart.

  • Gustavo Martins
    Gustavo Martins 27 days ago

    *Muito emocionante* 😭

  • redhotchilifan98
    redhotchilifan98 Month ago +1

    It gives me chills how beautiful this song is

  • mitsuha.miyamizu
    mitsuha.miyamizu 26 days ago +5

    Creo que esta canción es una de las mejores sin contar con la traducción, literalmente increíble Walt Disney hay que felicitarlo como siempre, me encantó esta película y la historia de Abuela con Abuelo Pedro! Quiero hacer mi cumpleaños de esta película, esta será una forma de inmortalizarla para siempre ❤️

  • taz taz
    taz taz 4 months ago +3815

    What makes this scene more intense is the fact that Abuela gave up all hope when she saw Pedro die. In that moment, she knew that herself and her children were next. That weeping was not only for her husband's death, but for her three children and herself. Without a doubt, a part of herself died that day and it is truly heartbreakingly beautiful.

    • Colette's Music Room
      Colette's Music Room 3 months ago +1

      @AMBUKNIGHT wow, im in tears, you are so right that was her miracle her strength was to live in spite of her grief, to keep moving forward for the sake of her loved ones, her candle started when she had to survive. 🥺

    • gr8hax
      gr8hax 3 months ago +10

      For the children (and grandchildren), may know how it came to be. However, the offsprings will not really understand what their parents went through for them. Unless the parents really tell from the heart.
      It is like saying , WW1and WW2 were "Great wars" and that many lives lost. But that just it. Just facts. No real emotional feeling. Even if someone tells the story.
      If they do not see the emotions that come from the story, it is just... eh. So what!?!

    • jf k
      jf k 4 months ago +56

      @Lena Menezes Not to mentioned that there were probably other children in that group that we didn't see. They would had to not only witnessed their family getting killed but likely their own lives as well.

    • Mille Liza
      Mille Liza 4 months ago +10

      That makes so much sense. Wow

  • samuel221
    samuel221 Month ago +6

    Dos oruguitas enamoradas
    Pasan sus noches y madrugadas
    Llenas de hambre
    Siguen andando y navegando un mundo
    Que cambia y sigue cambiando
    Navegando un mundo
    Que cambia y sigue cambiando
    Dos oruguitas paran el viento
    Mientras se abrazan con sentimiento
    Siguen creciendo, no saben cuándo
    Buscar algún rincón
    El tiempo sigue cambiando
    Inseparables son
    El tiempo sigue cambiando
    Ay, oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    Ay, oruguitas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Vienen milagros, vienen crisálidas
    Hay que partir y construir su propio futuro
    Dos oruguitas desorientadas
    En dos capullos bien abrigadas
    Con sueños nuevos
    Ya solo falta hacer lo necesario
    En el mundo que sigue cambiando
    Tumbando sus paredes
    Ahí viene nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Nuestro milagro
    Ay, mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    Ay mariposas, no se aguanten más
    Hay que crecer aparte y volver
    Hacia adelante seguirás
    Ya son milagros, rompiendo crisálidas
    Hay que volar, hay que encontrar
    Su propio futuro
    me esforse gracias

  • Juan Carlos Diaz Yosa
    Juan Carlos Diaz Yosa Month ago +10

    Colombia es un pais tan magico y lleno de contrastes,. por un lado sufrimos de una violencia de siglos de desplazamientos forzados de campesinos... y por otro lado somos un pais magico lleno de alegria y de magia... ese realismo magico es verdad en mi pais...

  • gravewebss
    gravewebss Month ago +1

    the song never gets old i cry every time i listen to it it’s so beautiful yet sad

  • Noemie Pace
    Noemie Pace Month ago +5

    I've gone back and watched this video multiple times already, and every time I walk away tearful. It's been months and I still can't get over Encanto, what's worse is that I actually love that.

  • Lonely Sandwich
    Lonely Sandwich 4 months ago +11266

    None of the characters have said a word on the flashback, but their expressions and emotions spoke a lot for them.
    Kudos to the whole team of creators of Encanto, this movie became one of Disney's best creations.

  • Patricia Felix Da Silva
    Patricia Felix Da Silva 11 days ago +1

    nossa essa parte essa cena e linda sera que essa musica mexe so comigo ou com vcs tbm

  • KimmiSimmi
    KimmiSimmi 29 days ago +15

    Disney created another beautyful masterpiece! The music, the characters, it's all so perfect! But this song and this video are so emotional, they make me cry every time I watch it! Definetely one of my favourite Disney movies!

  • Brumalfacinha Lda
    Brumalfacinha Lda Month ago +1

    Um grande abraço desde Lisboa - Portugal 😀

  • Johan Buitrago
    Johan Buitrago Month ago +5

    Siempre lloró escuchando esta hermosa canción, que lindo mensaje

  • Alice Eve
    Alice Eve 4 months ago +16562

    It feels like Disney is going back to their golden age. Unafraid to show death (even though it's off screen) and include dark and deep issues which I love so much

    • classicPheonix
      classicPheonix Month ago

      A trial of dos-orugitas for you.. please share and subscribe

    • Reptile167
      Reptile167 2 months ago

      Cars 2 had a bit of a body count

    • Cyan Jackson
      Cyan Jackson 2 months ago

      It's not Disney itself really even tho i know its the same it's Pixar's golden age and pioneering what is considered possible in the animated film industry

    • The Code Geek
      The Code Geek 2 months ago

      You just predicted turning red. I really liked they presented this common issue of menstual periods that everyone refrained from talking about.

    • Tulga Badrakh
      Tulga Badrakh 2 months ago

      What are you on about? Frozen was about guilt and bottling up trauma, Elsa and Anna's parents were drowned by a gigantic wave. Tangled tackled gaslighting and toxic parents. Zootopia tackled prejudice and racism. Big Hero 6, again trauma and vengeance. Frozen 2 though a bit rubbish tackled serious issues like depression and how to deal with it. Ralph Breaks the Internet was bad but all the others tackled serious, deep, dark issues. Frozen also highlighted catfishing and assholes who will take advantage of you even if they appear nice first if you're not careful.

  • El mundo de las manualidades de Massiel Garcia Peña

    Es increíble la película y las musics 🥰

  • Georgiana Gheorghe
    Georgiana Gheorghe 15 days ago +2

    It was so touching that it brought a tear into my eye.

  • gabriela andrade andrade cariaga

    Yo soy chilena y me encanto la canción

  • buteralove
    buteralove 19 days ago

    this song always and forever will have a place in my heart

  • Santiago Mendez
    Santiago Mendez 4 months ago +2045

    A moving song that pays tribute to families who are victims of forced displacement and who have to walk the world looking for a safe place.

    • Ivanna Claudette
      Ivanna Claudette Month ago

      @Santiago Mendez add Ucrania to that list

    • Lily Beth
      Lily Beth 3 months ago

      @Dawid Orlowski the movie takes place hundreds a of years after the conquistadors!!! The conquistadors arrived to the America’s in the 1500s, this particular scene references the 1000 days wars in the 1900s.When the conquistadors arrived there were only native and indigenous tribes. PLEASE DO YOUR RESEARCH

    • Alejandra Cordon
      Alejandra Cordon 3 months ago

      @Dawid Orlowski that was a long long time, this movie is based on 50's of Colombia
      Spanish Colonizers tried to colonized 500 years in the past

    • Jhonn Jairo Bejarano Osorio
      Jhonn Jairo Bejarano Osorio 4 months ago +11

      @Dawid Orlowski estas equivocado, nada tiene que ver indígenas y españoles, la pelicula nos retrata una guerra civil en Colombia llamada la guerra de los mil días, los bandos eran liberales y conservadores.

    • Santiago Mendez
      Santiago Mendez 4 months ago +12

      I think this song is for any immigrant family around the world. Desperate familias that run away from war, poverty and oppression. Syria, Venezuela, Haití, Irak, Afganistan, etc.

  • mianer oiu
    mianer oiu 16 days ago

    Tus sueños briyan como el sol ☀ 🦋🦋🦋

  • 최정윤
    최정윤 24 days ago +6

    This song, when my friend transelated the lyrics, i cried. But when i saw the music video... whole different story. Thank you, disney! This song is so powerful.

  • Isabela
    Isabela 22 days ago

    Me encanta este video es lo mejor lo mire fue todo lindo 💕💕💕💕

  • Christina.Z
    Christina.Z 27 days ago

    I love this song!!!

  • Kotaro 14
    Kotaro 14 4 months ago +11933

    "We were saved because of you. We were given a miracle because of you. We are a family because of you."
    It's easy to focus on the harm Abuela caused to the family but Mirabel's words here are 100% true. Abuela was so strong to not only to survive her tragic past, raise her three children by herself, and take the role as the caretaker of the village. And not only that, her ability to admit that she's wrong and improve upon herself shows true care for her family and inner strength

    • Itsme_Ivy
      Itsme_Ivy Month ago

      And she admitted she was wrong, something many many Hispanic elders can't do

    • classicPheonix
      classicPheonix Month ago

      For you..to watch...a trial of dos-orugitas

    • Nia Chatman
      Nia Chatman 2 months ago +4

      @Emily Monahan in the very next song Abuela does get to sing. She sings to the triplets:
      "And I'm sorry I held on too tight, Just so afraid I'd lose you too, The miracle is not some magic that you've got, The miracle is you, not some gift, just you. The miracle is you, All of you."
      The point of Dos Orugitas is to show the trauma of what happened in a very real and visceral way. And it also shows it still effects Abuela so much so that she can't speak on it. That's why she's not singing. Mirabel witnessing it and being able to see it helps Alma process it. And it's only after they embrace and she sheds her mourning shawl, that she can talk freely about the loss of Pedro. It's important that she isn't singing. It's deliberate.

    • Bindu Mistry
      Bindu Mistry 2 months ago

      @Mystic Adriana should you be like the first time ever since you have to go home and have fun with me tomorrow night you can always have the kids

    • J MARIO FLORES
      J MARIO FLORES 2 months ago +1

      i feel bad for Abuela that the husbed died so sad

  • Kylethemoron
    Kylethemoron Month ago +13

    I rarely cry during movies, but I was struggling to hold back my tears when watching this

  • Natividad Pari panca
    Natividad Pari panca Month ago +2

    Si la quieren escuchar completa esta en los creditos de la pelicula

  • Rocio D!
    Rocio D! Month ago +1

    I love it amazing 👏

  • Justo Raúl
    Justo Raúl 18 days ago +1

    Absolutely beautiful 😭❤️

  • Just a Teapot
    Just a Teapot 4 months ago +4074

    This is one of the *only* songs in the movie that isn’t sung by a character. It’s sung as a way to narrate the events of the past, and explains the tale of “two caterpillars” as they grow apart from natural causes and soon turn into butterflies, finding their own ways in life. I believe that the singer of this song is supposed to be Pedro himself as he watches over his family due to the loss of casita.
    The last few lines of the song (in English) are:
    “Ay, butterflies, don't hold on anymore
    You must grow apart and return, you'll keep moving forwards
    There are already miracles, chrysalises breaking open
    You must fly, you must find your own future.”
    And I think that’s beautiful. It’s addressed specifically *to* Alma, I believe as a sort of closure from Pedro. He’s telling her that they lived a beautiful life together in the short time they had, and that it’s okay for her to grieve over her loss, and “until they meet again” (when she passes), she needs to stop living in a fantasy of perfection and let herself and her family rest and grieve. Because if she does, she will finally move on from her past and make herself better for her family.
    Edit: I changed the beginning of my comment from “it’s the only song not sung by a character in the movie”, since many people seem very hung up on that apparently.

    • Optimist Prime
      Optimist Prime 3 months ago

      @Just a Teapot sorry my husband left me. So I took it out on an encanto comment.

    • Just a Teapot
      Just a Teapot 3 months ago

      @Optimist Prime it isn’t really that serious but okay?

    • Optimist Prime
      Optimist Prime 3 months ago

      EDIT: yes we do get hung up on false information. It doesn't matter how long or pretty your comment is if the first thing you say is a fake fact you pull out of nowhere and say it as truth just because you haven't taken the time to bother to look it up.

    • Optimist Prime
      Optimist Prime 3 months ago

      And a bunch of songs in lion King. NAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ZAWENYAAAA

    • Optimist Prime
      Optimist Prime 3 months ago +2

      Every song in Tarzan is sang by Phil Collins and each is used perfectly in each moment to help drive the moment home. And get stuck in your head from how good they are. Toy story. You got a friend in me. Toy story 2. "When she loved me" holy crap that gets me every time. Lilo and stitch soundtrack too not sung by characters.

  • Luz Gutierrez
    Luz Gutierrez Month ago +3

    No puedo verla sin que las lágrimas empiecen a correr. Es tan conmovedora! Y como Colombiana siento propios esos referentes

  • •°Neo Shimura°•
    •°Neo Shimura°• Month ago +5

    Ya con esta van 2 veces que veo Encanto, y en ambas, lloro con estas escenas :')

  • Neeko Zampata
    Neeko Zampata 17 days ago +1

    Truly beautiful scene 💙

  • gabriel navarro
    gabriel navarro 24 days ago +1

    Es genial la canción de encanto

  • Im_Squidgy
    Im_Squidgy 4 months ago +12241

    The scene where Alma is sitting on the floor after losing Pedro is just so real and raw. You can see how lost she is, how broken she is, the emptiness she's experiencing. Its so relatable for so many people, i love this movie so much

    • Rabbit.Of.ill.Portent
      Rabbit.Of.ill.Portent Month ago

      Precisely. I love how this movie reaches people of all ages. I cried so much when I first saw it, still mist up when rewatching it or listening to the songs on RU-clip

    • Pedro Talamoni
      Pedro Talamoni Month ago

      A

    • Ronin75
      Ronin75 Month ago

      Sad thing is, you never see *her* personality shine through again after she lost Abuelo Pedro. When she was young, she was happy and cheerful like Mirabel. Now it's all gone. She walks around feeling sullen and empty and it's painful to see someone so joyful turn out like that.
      It's like Abuela said: she never wanted to turn out to be this type of woman. Makes me think how the family would be if she never became this

    • Julie Kuhnert
      Julie Kuhnert Month ago

      @Enid19 Alma isn’t the villain, she’s the antagonist through 95% of the film she goes against Mirabel, the protagonist. Villains are always antagonists, but antagonists aren’t always villains. Wish schools taught nuance more in writing, Alma is a deeply emotional and flawed character, but she is in no way evil.

    • Kate Schatz
      Kate Schatz Month ago

      Sebastián Yatra 😍he is so sweet!!!

  • athena
    athena Month ago +14

    the way alma just falls down to her knees in agony while sobbing is just so raw. you can see the pain in her eyes and expression

  • Qorianka Montenegro
    Qorianka Montenegro Month ago +7

    quien no a llorado con esta maravillosa canción

  • Cutie girly loves lazy egg

    I love this song