It’s Disney’s Encanto director Jared Bush has been responding to questions from fans on Twitter recently and in doing so, Jared Bush revealed a shocking fact about Encanto Bruno which you may not have noticed while viewing the documentary.
In the film, Mirabel visits Bruno’s room and is shown artwork that shows the way his visions become real. The display includes an image of Bruno with his eyes scratched, which is quite creepy.
It is possible to ask who did this, as many people have a negative opinion of Bruno However, one of them asked if he had actually scratched his eyes then Bush proved that this was true..
“Yes,” Bush replied. “Bruno did it himself.”
The characters in the film did not wish to discuss Bruno (no No, no or there’s no way!), in the real world, people couldn’t be satisfied with the track. The song topped charts on the UK Singles Chart for a record-breaking seven weeks, the first Disney track to achieve this — and was also the most popular UK song of the beginning of this year.
This time last year was the year that co- director of the film encanto bruno Director Byron Howard made another information about the film that could have been overlooked by you..
Mirabel’s character in the film is focused on her feelings of being out of the family she loves and her track ‘Waiting for the Lord’s Miracle’ actually highlights the issue in a subdued way.
“It’s not the typical “I want” song. It’s a deeply intimate confession, one that she’s never revealed to anyone else – it’s totally private when it occurs,” Howard explained to Empire Magazine.
“There’s an Colombian song style known as “bambuco,” and it’s composed in 3 quarters. It’s actually in a distinct rhythm from the single song from the movie.”
Encanto is available to stream through Disney+ and is also available for purchase on Blu-ray, DVD or DVD as well as digital download.