His parents shared the comparison on social networks and the photo traveled the world. Look at the image and the important message about the representativeness that it leaves behind!
Weeks ago, Disney premiere Charm, an animated film that reviews the colombian customs through a magical story full of catchy songs. Now… will the live action come? At the moment there is nothing confirmed but, if so, there is already a child who is running to play one of the characters. is that your similar is so shocking that even he can’t believe it, turning viral in social networks.
The film, now available in Disney+, became a viewer favorite thanks to the way it tackles relationships between relatives. He does it through the family Madrigal, where Mirabel stands out as the protagonist. She closely supports Antonio, one of the children who is about to receive a very special gift that will accompany him throughout his life.
In the case of the little one, his quality will be to be able to communicate perfectly with animals. Enjoying the movie at home, a fan of barely 2 years who lives in New York felt very identified with the character. Not only because of the characteristics of his personality, but also because of his physical appearance! His name is Kenzo Brooks and his parents were impressed with the resemblance between the animated figure and their own son.
After sharing the images on their social networks and quickly making the comparison go viral, the Brooks family was interviewed on Good Morning America, where they assured that Charm has really managed to represent the different communities on the big screen, thus promoting the hashtag #RepresentationMatters and thus making reference to the fact that these types of films do matter and are necessary.
Regarding the image in which Kenzo poses next to the television and his resemblance to the character of Antonio can be seen, his mother Kaheisha enthusiastically remarked: “Really i think he thought he was seeing himself. He just stared at the screen and returned to look at us smiling”. A tenderness!