day of the dead

This will make perfect sense to anyone familiar with the Day of the Dead.
Mexicans received the silver screen-style celebration with mixed reviews.
"To be here, one only has to be forgotten." "One only has to be forgotten." Now, I stand in the night, vigilant, whispering
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El Día de los Muertos, the Mexican interpretation of Allhallowtide, celebrates and good-naturedly mocks death as a means of accepting and reducing fear of it.