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No, Pixar does not intentionally try to make adults cry

No, Pixar does not intentionally try to make adults cry

BJ asked Denise Ream and Peter Sohn about, in his own words, the “running joke that Pixar movies are guaranteed to make you cry”, which Sohn assured him is not on purpose. “It comes naturally with the story,” he replied, explaining:

“There’s never been a checklist for this, but all you do is try to find a point of connection really and at the same time goof off and come up with fun ideas. You’re literally in rooms like this, where you are somehow [meeting] and talk about story ideas, but every now and then there will be a little nugget that we all connect to like, ‘Wait, so what happened?’ It’s like, ‘Yeah, my mom did X or Y’ and then all of a sudden this genuine emotion pops up that y’all resonate [with] and we’re just chasing that.”

“You’re just trying to chase something that feels real from that perspective, but it’s not like, ‘Ta-da! [The] formula for tears: 60% moisture!” he added. “It’s always a sincere search for something that feels real to the other.”

There may not be a literal formula for tears, but Pixar’s crying sorcery remains powerful in its 27th feature. Sohn can explain it by talking about moments of emotional resonance we’ve all felt, but considering the volume of tears I, a mostly non-crier, have shed watching the studio movies, there might be have some kind of proper magic involved.

“Elemental” is now playing in theaters.

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