When the first teaser trailer for "Coco" came out, it undoubtedly made people excited for the film, which has been in the works since 2013

Now, the "love letter to Mexico" has an official trailer — and it will give you goosebumps.

You're immediately drawn in, thanks to all of the bold, vibrant colors.

You can't look away.

Because the teaser trailer gave us the background of this story, this new video focuses more on music and visuals that really tap into the viewer's emotions.

If you need a little "Coco" refresher, a 12-year-old boy named Miguel ends up in the land of the dead, where he learns the afterlife is a place of joy and happiness. 

However, the narrator sums it up perfectly: "Once every year, our ancestors come back to our world to see family and friends. But no living person has ever visited their world — until now."

This is all the proof you need that it's going to leave you in tears.

* cries in Spanish *

It also finally introduces us to Miguel's sweet and hilarious family.

We're not sure if it was the accents, but there's something about the brief dialogue between his familia that made us overcome with joy that a Disney-Pixar movie has characters that sounds like US.

The all-Latino voice cast includes Gael García Bernal, Ana Ofelia Murguía, Renée Victor, and Sofía Espinosa.

And our hearts grew 10 times bigger when we saw Miguel's journey on the other side was about tapping into his family's past and his incredible culture.

Pass us the tissues, por favor.

We can't do the film justice with only our words, so you're just going to have to check out the full trailer below.