“Remember Me,” which is up for Best Original Song at the Oscars, was performed by three different characters in Disney-Pixar’s “Coco.” In this video from Entertainment Weekly, you can see how each actor (Benjamin Bratt, Anthony Gonzelez, and Gael Garcia Bernal) put their own spin on the movie’s central song.
In the film, Miguel (Gonzelez) is an aspiring musician who ends up searching for his ancestor Ernesto de la Cruz (Bratt) in the Land of the Dead. Along the way, Miguel is helped by a mischievous skeleton named Hector (Garcia Bernal). All three of these characters performed “Remember Me” at different points in the movie, and by the end, there probably wasn’t a dry eye in the theater.
Below, see a behind-the-scenes video of each actor performing the song, which was written by “Frozen” duo Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez. If you haven’t seen “Coco” yet, this video does contain mild spoilers.
WATCH – THREE ACTORS PERFORM “REMEMBER ME”:
“Coco” is available digitally today, February 13, and on Blu-ray starting February 27.