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Disney film by Pixar: The new soul trailer moves you to tears

Onward: No half measures was one of the last big films to hit theaters before the coronavirus caused the big screen locations to close their doors. With Soul the now announces itself second Pixar film 2020 at. We have the latest trailer for the emotional odyssey for you.

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Warm colors take us here to a New York that not only looks heavenly, but also sounds fantastic: Joe (Jamie Foxx), the protagonist of the story, is a jazz musician and dreams of one day in the famous The Half Note jazz club to occur before an accident throws a spanner in the works.

Pixar's Soul already moves to tears in the trailer

The latest trailer for Soul focuses on us Joe and his everyday life without revealing too much about the further course of the story. The previous insights went further: After his accident, we dive into the afterlife when Joe's soul says goodbye to his body.

Check out the new trailer for Soul:

Soul - Trailer 3 (English) HD

In the afterlife, Joe finds himself in a so-called you seminar and becomes with the big questions in life faced. Who are we? Where do we come from? And where are we going? Joe meets the lonely soul 22 (Tina Fey), who is not very optimistic about the world and life.

That sounds pretty abstract at first, but that shouldn't put anyone off, especially at Pixar. After all, the team around soul director Pete Docter has already proven more than impressively in the course of Everything is upside down complex emotional worlds can express with astonishingly clear language.

Soul was originally scheduled to premiere at the Cannes Film Festival this year and hit theaters in June. Due to the Covid-19 situation, the start of Disney in Germany was on the November 26, 2020 postponed.

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