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Encanto

An armed conflict forces Pedro and Alma Madrigal, a young married couple, to flee their home village in Colombia with their infant triplets Julieta, Pepa and Bruno. The attackers kill Pedro, but the candle Alma is carrying becomes magical through a miracle, repelling the attackers and creating Casita, a sentient house for the family located in Encanto, a magical realm bordered by high mountains. Fifty years later, a new village thrives under the candle’s protection, with its magic granting “gifts” to each Madrigal descendant at the age of five, which they use to serve the villagers. Julieta’s youngest daughter, 15-year-old Mirabel, did not receive a gift, and no one knows why. In celebration of Pepa’s youngest son, Antonio, being gifted the ability to communicate with animals, the Madrigals pose for a photo showing off their powers, but inadvertently exclude Mirabel. After overhearing Alma praying, Mirabel resolves to restore Casita’s magic. The next day, Mirabel’s 19-year-old sister Luisa, who has the gift of superhuman strength, confesses to feeling overwhelmed by her near-constant obligations. Luisa then suggests that Bruno’s room, located in a forbidden tower in Casita, may hold the secret to why the magic is being threatened. Outside, Luisa discovers that her gift is weakening, and Mirabel reassembles the tablet and sees a picture of herself with Casita cracking behind her. Later that evening, Mirabel’s 21-year-old sister Isabela, who can make plants and flowers grow at will, is scheduled to be engaged to neighbor Mariano Guzmán. Amidst the chaos, Mirabel follows a group of rats and discovers a secret passage behind a portrait, where she finds Bruno. Bruno reveals he never left the house, and that the vision he had alternates between Mirabel saving and destroying the Casita, leading him to believe she is the key to the fate of Casita’s magic. Mirabel reluctantly apologizes to Isabela, who confesses she does not want to marry Mariano and is burdened by her image of perfection. Several hours later, Alma finds a tearful Mirabel sitting beside the river where Pedro died. Mirabel installs a new doorknob to the main door, restoring the family’s gifts and reviving Casita.

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