The Book of Life ( film) - WikipediaOn the Day of the Dead, a holiday celebrated throughout Mexico, had finally came. People in Mexico visited their graves. You were the Goddess of Love in Mexico and you disgused yourself as a beutiful woman to honor the dead. Senor Muerte was the God of the Remembered. He took the people who passed away, but their family will never forget them in their hearts. You fell in love with Senor Muerte, but you didn't notice Xibalba had his eyes on you. Senor Muerte told his older brother that he will propose you in marriage.
Movie review: ‘The Book of Life’ is adorably macabre, nostalgic fun
The sound of laughter rang in the empty museum, the source coming from inside a janitor's closet. La Muerte was pushed up against a wall, her way of escape blocked from her husband's wandering hands. Fits of giggles escaped her lips feeling Xibalba's ticklish fingers run up her sides. She placed her petite hands over his gloved wrists, trying to get his hands away but with no avail. He had on a wolfish grin, laughing along with his wife as they both battle for his hands. He moved his hands away putting them back to her waist as he let out a chuckle, pressing his forehead against hers.
Xibalba is the secondary antagonist-turned-anti-hero in the film, The Book of Life. Xibalba is made out of black tar and ectoplasm  , with green eyes and blood-red skulls for pupils. He has a pair of large, black angel wings . He wears black gloves, a regal black cloak covered by a conquistador armor, and a silver crown with horns sprouting from the both sides, topped with black wax candles lit with green flames. Xibalba has a white moustache and beard. Xibalba's fingers are long, spindly and appear to be razor sharp. Xibalba appears on the surface as sly, cunning and cruel.
Co-written and directed by Jorge R. Based on an original idea by Gutierrez,  the story follows a bullfighter who, on the Day of the Dead , embarks on an afterlife adventure to fulfill the expectations of his family and friends. The film premiered in Los Angeles on October 12, , and was released theatrically in the United States on October 17, Mary Beth, a museum tour guide , takes a group of school detention students on a secret museum tour, telling them, with wooden figures, the story of a Mexican town called San Angel from the Book of Life , holding every story in the world. In the Land of the Remembered, Manolo reunites with his mother and his ancestral family.
Anyone can die. These kids, they will have the courage to live. La Muerte is a supporting character in The Book of Life. Despite being as old and ancient as time itself, La Muerte retains her vision of youth and radiant beauty. She is made entirely of white sugar candy with knee-length black licorice hair and multi-colored glowing eyes and with her aqua eyeshadow that are in shades of gold and red. She wears a red dress decorated with cempasuchil Mexican marigold flowers all over her dress and marigold flowers with lit white wax candles at the hem of her dress.