Film Theory: Encanto, The Madrigal Family SECRET!

2022 ж. 27 Мам.
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By the end of Encanto, we see Dolores united with her prince charming - or at least that is what it seems like from the outside. Theorists, when watching Encanto for the 100th time, my mind started thinking a little too hard about the whole Madrigal family and their magical, secluded town. Let's just say MAYBE they should hold off on the wedding for a while...

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Credits:
Writers: Matthew Patrick and Zach Stewart
Editors: Forrest Lee and Danial "BanditRants" Keristoufi
Assistant Editor: Caitie Turner (viridianrosette)
Sound Editor: Yosi Berman

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  • Kinda impressive how MatPat was able to take a movie like Encanto and managed to conclude that everyone was simply a result of methodically planned out inbreeding.

    Just Some Guy without a MustacheJust Some Guy without a Mustache6 сағат бұрын
    • I haven’t even started watching yet and now I’m scared, but not surprised

      Illiterate Illiterate 36 минут бұрын
    • huh why did you change your Png?

      Appled AnimationsAppled Animations45 минут бұрын
    • bro I literally noticed the inbreeding the first time I noticed that they were entirely surrounded by mountains. Simply because I remember random stuff and I remember that one group of people in Kentucky were subjected to this in similar circumstances (no magic involved, but they were surrounded entirely by mountains which is what I meant by similar circumstances)

      Frey74Frey7451 минут бұрын
    • How long will it take him to do a stranger things season 4 theory

      Jeffery McglassonJeffery McglassonСағат бұрын
    • Disney does this on purpose

      TheGreatArloManTheGreatArloMan2 сағат бұрын
  • Regarding the road and the bridge, my interpretation is that Luisa is re-arranging the town for the wedding. That's why she's moving the church to a more central location, that's why she's diverting the river and moving the bridge because she diverted the river and now it flows on a new path, thus needed her to move the existing bridge to a new location.

    RapisGamesRapisGames35 минут бұрын
  • "We haven't stopped" is the struggle of a parent, good luck with the rest of the movie binge watching Mat

    RapisGamesRapisGames35 минут бұрын
    • You really copying comments or using a bot? Bruh.

      Remedie XRemedie X4 минут бұрын
  • Kinda impressive how MatPat was able to take a movie like Encanto and managed to conclude that everyone was simply a result of methodically planned out inbreeding.

    RapisGamesRapisGames36 минут бұрын
    • Hmm

      BicilleniumBicillenium29 минут бұрын
  • Regarding the road and the bridge, my interpretation is that Luisa is re-arranging the town for the wedding. That's why she's moving the church to a more central location, that's why she's diverting the river and moving the bridge because she diverted the river and now it flows on a new path, thus needed her to move the existing bridge to a new location.

    goliathprimegoliathprime8 сағат бұрын
    • Last fight kzworld.info/throw/bejne/b3ibbJGCzKKeqXc

      Mot GoaiuMot Goaiu24 минут бұрын
    • That makes sense

      Narra BeckettNarra Beckett29 минут бұрын
    • @YOU Mn man,

      Joerley da silvaJoerley da silva2 сағат бұрын
    • Luisa changed around the road in the very beginning, so it would've been for Antonio's Gift Ceremony, not the wedding.

      Sarah ColettiSarah Coletti2 сағат бұрын
    • @Cold Gold true. I always assumed that diverting the river had something to do with crops, irrigation, new seasons, whatever. But changing the course of the river would be reason to rearrange the whole town. I could see Abuela taking advantage of that to make the town perfect for the wedding because she likes to be prepared, so it might be partly true.

      KewtieKewtie5 сағат бұрын
  • Mirabel, her sisters and cousins are the first generation of their family to be born within the Encanto. Presumably, there have only been one or two generations for other families in the village. Another comment mentioned how one of her family members (who married into the family) came from outside the village. But it couldn't hurt to have some more generic diversity lol

    RapisGamesRapisGames35 минут бұрын
  • Finally another encanto theory …. Oh ….. well I wasn’t expecting that.

    Lonely SandwichLonely Sandwich3 сағат бұрын
    • @Joshua EdwinRoehl What do you mean "It's finally here!" You have no video in your channel

      Appled AnimationsAppled Animations37 минут бұрын
    • haha bot

      Furret AnimationsFurret Animations49 минут бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl55 минут бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/pKqJf8d_vqp9gWY its finally here

      ST Official ST Official 2 сағат бұрын
    • It was much worse than I thought of this theory

      KobeLdisasterKobeLdisaster2 сағат бұрын
  • On the cracks appearing the first time: there’s a theory that Mirabel is somehow intricately linked to the magic, hence why she never got a door till the end of the movie. To support this, think about what took place shortly before the cracks appeared the first time: Mirabel feeling hopeless, shown by the line “am I too late for a miracle?” At the end of her song. This theme of Mirabel losing hope being tied to the cracks is shown again when Abuella starts verbally attacking Mirabel later and even during the initial dinner scene too, as Mirabel seems to be struggling to hold on to having hope but once Abuella, who always assumes Mirabel is useless or in the way due to her not having a gift, sees the prophecy, her mind automatically went to feeling dejected and hopeless.

    Amythest MuseAmythest Muse6 сағат бұрын
    • I agree. She had some magic all along.

      HippiePacohantas94HippiePacohantas9428 минут бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
    • Mirabel is the heart of the family like her Grandmother was , she is her grandmother's replacement.

      Youtube watcherYoutube watcherСағат бұрын
  • One big flaw in this theory: despite starting with so few people they started with large amounts of diversity. Naturally, there would of been a mix of Native and Spanish genetics, and then there was also African genetic citizens as well. This makes it so there are large amounts of dominant genes to start that would combat any defective recessive. This also might be the reason for the ununiform studies for what a stable gene pool would need to be to start. Start with a bunch of similar people the you'll need to start with more, but if you have a heavily diverse pop you can start with less. And the Encanto starts with a fairly diverse population. So, you might need to get Austin back on the program to get more variables in there to included the amount of diversity that 3 genetic regions could have. Also, this would actually be a break through in considering a unifying formula to genetic diversity of small populations. So, definitely a worth while goal if nothing else. And maybe a revisit to other movies with small and/or devastated populations like Raya, Dragon's, and even Brave (considering the lack of diversity of those small populations)... Oh god, Hiccup is inbred...

    Dylan WattsDylan Watts7 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • Mirabel, her sisters and cousins are the first generation of their family to be born within the Encanto. Presumably, there have only been one or two generations for other families in the village. Another comment mentioned how one of her family members (who married into the family) came from outside the village. But it couldn't hurt to have some more generic diversity lol

    Poke-taliaPoke-talia8 сағат бұрын
    • spam

      marcelo norciomarcelo norcio4 минут бұрын
    • @Margarita , yes, they were born on the outside, but they were born to the group of people that entered the valley, so it doesn't make much difference whether they were born outside or inside, they would still count as the first generation born to that group of people (except, perhaps, for any kids that made it to the valley without their parents, as they would bring in some extra genetic diversity for that younger generation).

      SgtSupamanSgtSupaman2 сағат бұрын
    • Anyone under 50 had to have been born there, at a minimum. Even though the triplets present as much younger at the time of the film, all three are 50, and Julieta and Pepa would have been in their late 20s at the births of their oldest daughters, Isabella and Dolores, who are both 21 presently. Felix and Augustin were almost certainly among those original children among the refugees. We only see at most ten other people who look to be between Abuela's age or older and the triplet's age. Assuming that the Encanto was truly sealed off during this time, as the director and writer have stated, only around 50 of the total initial population would still be around and counting toward the population total. Though the grandkids were the first generation of Madrigals born in the Encanto, there are approximately 28 years before their births available for the rest of the population to grow.

      Joshua EverettJoshua Everett3 сағат бұрын
    • @Child Of Icarus Alma's children were born before el encanto. Children born immediately after el encanto would have been conceived on the outside.

      MargaritaMargarita4 сағат бұрын
    • I feel like Senkos in Dr. Stones inbreeding explanation makes sense no one will be related after certain point.

      Samurai Forever91Samurai Forever915 сағат бұрын
  • I love how much Matpat goes and puts lots of his time in just one video.

    KAYLA BOND!!T[A]P Me!! to Have [𝐒]𝐄𝐗 With 𝐌𝐞 KAYLA BOND!!T[A]P Me!! to Have [𝐒]𝐄𝐗 With 𝐌𝐞 3 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/pKqJf8d_vqp9gWY its finally here

      ST Official ST Official 2 сағат бұрын
  • Now just to make people uncomfortable, I want to do this: “Your kids are beautiful!” “Thanks! They’re outbred.”

    Ethan McCallisterEthan McCallister3 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • Bridge in middle of road explanation theory: they had a boat too tall to go under the bridge, so Luisa picked up the bridge, puts it on the road off to the side (in a way that people can still walk over it so as to not cause a roadblock) then after the bridge passes and mirabel walks up into it, Luisa puts it back

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    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/pKqJf8d_vqp9gWY its finally here

      ST Official ST Official 2 сағат бұрын
  • The cracks were real but heal when the family bands together. When Mirabel warned the family of the cracks and they all came running in support, it fixed. We see it do exactly that, in real time, when Isabel embraces Mirabel in front of a crack in Cassita.

    christina1986ifychristina1986ify3 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • "We haven't stopped" is the struggle of a parent, good luck with the rest of the movie binge watching Mat

    Shaledic StudiosShaledic Studios9 сағат бұрын
    • @Fulton J Wingba Jr. oh boy religious bots

      SCP-999SCP-9993 сағат бұрын
    • fun fact, whenever I'm in the car with my little brother, we always listen to the Disney Movies like Encanto and Turning Red (as well as some other songs) thankfully, we're not always in the same car most of the time, so I don't need to worry about those same songs stuck in my head.

      Frozenfire darknightFrozenfire darknight3 сағат бұрын
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      Shaledic StudiosShaledic Studios6 сағат бұрын
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    • Bro you have so many bots there

      Jedric Jay JarielJedric Jay Jariel6 сағат бұрын
  • The cracks were real they were an extension of meribel feeling like she wasn’t a part of the family for the first time and her “power” as the “patron” effected the house when she tells everyone what has happened she forgets those feeling and the damage is restored. Patron in the concept of warlocks as she is the next replacement for the candle so too is she tied to the magic of the house.

    DeverosfearDeverosfear6 сағат бұрын
  • I remember somewhere people talking about how the two husbands were actually from outside the wall, so its not a matter of no one coming in. It's just very very hard to get in. But I would love to see how everyone learns about tech beyond the mountains now. lol

    angelsinthewindowangelsinthewindow5 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • It takes 3 generations to minimize genetic defects. Granted it’s always best to outsource genes, but still. They seem to have sufficient people so as long as they are careful it should be fine. Not to mention, natural mutations generally occur. While mutations occur in very small changes every generation, it’s still there.

    Moist FistMoist Fist6 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • Let's all take a moment to thank matpat for keeping us entertained-

    KAYLA BOND!!T[A]P Me!! to Have [𝐒]𝐄𝐗 With 𝐌𝐞 KAYLA BOND!!T[A]P Me!! to Have [𝐒]𝐄𝐗 With 𝐌𝐞 2 сағат бұрын
    • Wrong account lmfaooo

      SeanSeanСағат бұрын
    • let’s all take a moment to hit the report button

      Derpy PossumDerpy PossumСағат бұрын
  • I’d love to see a theory of how strong Lisa is that scene with the bridge she’s holding it from the end the forces must be insane Would definitely be up Austin’s street

    cheeseman1115cheeseman11156 сағат бұрын
  • i have another theory though, i think the magic of the encanto is actually that it is a literal safe place. anyone who needs a safe haven or means no harm to it or its people, can find it and travel to it easy, but if anyone wo wants to find it and means to bring harm to anyone there, will be wondering around in circles and never find it. kind of like storybrook in once upon a time.

    Stephen CaroeStephen Caroe6 сағат бұрын
  • The house repairing itself after the first cracks was because the family came together in that moment because Mirabel told Abuela about it and she believed her.

    aneonfoxtributeaneonfoxtribute7 сағат бұрын
  • “We haven’t stopped” well if you are feeling a bit bored about Encanto may I suggest another animation film released around the same time as Encanto? It’s called Luca and I think that has a lot of theory potential, go check it out! It’s a very good movie!

    CALMUSCALMUS7 сағат бұрын
  • On a random note, I'm now just mentally hearing MatPat singing "We Don't Talk About Bruno" while walking around the house planning his theories for Encanto. That just lives rent free in my head now, especially cuz MatPat's voice is *amazing.*

    Elusive GamergirlElusive Gamergirl9 сағат бұрын
    • Reality show exactly Directsqirt.MonSter asian girl is my idol. Hes the person I aspire to be, hes my light of day.

      ꧁ Karin angel ---------👇💋꧂꧁ Karin angel ---------👇💋꧂6 сағат бұрын
    • @Ryan Webb he sometimes sings little snippets of songs in various videos if a song comes to mind. And I love everything he's randomly sung bits of. His singing voice is so pretty ^__^

      Elusive GamergirlElusive Gamergirl6 сағат бұрын
    • EXACTLY sometimes when writing essays I mentally read it in his voice, and phrase it how he would XD

      Tracerracer100Tracerracer1006 сағат бұрын
    • Agreed, have you heard his singing voice?

      Ryan WebbRyan Webb7 сағат бұрын
    • @wu ba dang

      LOWGRAPHICSGAMERLOWGRAPHICSGAMER7 сағат бұрын
  • Mattpat, thank you for your dedication in counting multiple fictional people to the best of your ability and the countless times you have watched this film to bring us entertainment.

    MegaMangafan 1MegaMangafan 16 сағат бұрын
  • Matpat, i know how you feel. Ever since i bought the dvd for Encanto, My little brother and sister will not stop watching it. I’ve watched it with them over 14 times.

    Nightmare  FoxyGirl1234Nightmare FoxyGirl12345 сағат бұрын
  • Honestly I would love to know the implications of twins in the inbreeding process. Abuela had triplets, which means that all three of them have the twin gene to pass on to all their offspring. And it is common that it skips one generation, so if there was another person among those first 50-75 to enter the Encanto with said genes, you could probably see a boom in twin births when the grandkids start marrying other people from the current 310 population.

    Chubby PunkChubby Punk5 сағат бұрын
  • Words not to be taken out of context “Nope, inbreeding is still in play!” 😂 and to have been there when you asked, “can you run me a bunch of mathematical hypotheticals to tell me if the people in encanto are inbreeding?” Dead 💀😂

    Jay HightowerJay Hightower6 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl54 минут бұрын
  • That’s fair but it’s revealed in the art book that Augustine is from outside the encanto so chances are there’s a trickle of people coming in

    sewing thread gemsewing thread gem9 сағат бұрын
    • it sounds like a cult💀

      yukiyuki5 секунд бұрын
    • @Amanda Croft but guys. Glasses have been a thing since the 1300's. More accurate prescriptions became a thing in the 1700's, and by the 1900's they already had hinge technology and bifocal lenses (that one was invented by Benjamin Franklin, apparently) even though most glasses were homemade. People did things without accurate machinery back then. They weren't just helpless and blinded.

      Chubby PunkChubby PunkМинут бұрын
    • @Toby Bartels sure but I mean in the context of the period of time not through the whole series. The issue I have is with world building not with the actual story more specifically the claim that you can totally cross the mountains but only when it's convenient to the plot.

      EmeraldpichuEmeraldpichu9 минут бұрын
    • @Chubby Punk: Now I want an Encanto / Hotel Transylvania crossover.

      Toby BartelsToby Bartels17 минут бұрын
    • @Emeraldpichu: It's not an ongoing persecution; it's a civil war that's been over for decades. If the initial pursuers were frustrated, that's all that they really needed.

      Toby BartelsToby Bartels18 минут бұрын
  • 0:13 “Know diving in today friends because this gene pool is shallow.” Just the a perfect line 👌🤣 Mix between phrases, science, and just comedic timing I’m sorry I’m making this a whole thing I just loved that line.

    Romano G.Romano G.7 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/mparY8iF1INonJU Finally its here

      YOUYOU7 сағат бұрын
  • I was saying through out the video, "please talk about the open encanto!" So, inbreeding didn't occur in the encanto. Thanks so much MatPat! Such an interesting video! Will you do more minecraft lore theories? I love the minecraft theories so much!

    Triple B Productions Triple B Productions 6 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Joshua EdwinRoehlJoshua EdwinRoehl53 минут бұрын
  • Inbreeding can cause disfigurement and madness along with A lot of other things. This theory works as evidence for Dolores being the villain since if the family inbred it could have caused her to be less sane. This doesn't entirely work since if abuela had kept her eye on who her grand kids were marrying to prevent inbreeding than she definitely would've kept tabs on her children. but it could work if you consider the possibility of the group abuela arrives with having inbred before they arrive. I don't have much evidence for this but it's cool how they go hand in hand.

    ThelesbianwithagendercrisisThelesbianwithagendercrisis3 сағат бұрын
  • From what I remember, the cracks in the Casita are Hernando (Bruno). It might sound impossible, but I think it is possible if the rats are there to help Bruno. We know the rats are somehow capable of putting together the entire vision of Bruno during the dinner, showing a measure of intelligence not seen from rats usually.

    Fish NewtFish Newt7 сағат бұрын
  • A lot of people probably think you're exaggerating when you say you've seen the movie 50+ times with your kid, but as a parent I want to assure y'all that it's not an exaggeration. When a kid gets hooked they may watch a movie 2-5 times a day. Two weeks in and you've had it in the background 59+ times.

    Wylan VallottonWylan Vallotton8 сағат бұрын
    • I have ONE sister... and she has watched it minimum 5-7 times a day I believe. Since his child is forcing him to, it's the same for the parent.

      Frey74Frey7447 минут бұрын
    • The amount of times I watched Mulan and Peter Pan as a child is embarassing.

      SweetKirenSweetKirenСағат бұрын
    • @Que's Productions Was it called Walking With Dinosaurs 3D?

      Coolcats4youCoolcats4youСағат бұрын
    • Yeah my kid and I have watched it 90 times minimum

      MJ BridgesMJ BridgesСағат бұрын
    • Can confirm the obsession with watching a thing over and over, I can't remember if I did it, but I have seen my family members with Kids complain about it with frozen and ninja turtles. I do know I did it a little with Barney, the first land before time, and the first episode of Power Rangers.

      ToosooToosooСағат бұрын
  • Matpat finely on his break one day and he just starts humming "we don't talk about bruno-no-no-no"

    MysticMylesZMysticMylesZ6 сағат бұрын
  • Despite having never watched the movie, I’m watching this. Is it only because every time Mirabel talks I realize my sister was actually correct about who voiced her? Yes. My sister and I started watching B99, and the woman who plays Rosa plays Mirabel.

    Kestrel LiddelKestrel Liddel5 сағат бұрын
  • I get that "We haven't stopped" part. My parents told me that when I was young I forced them to watch cars 1 like 100 times. Now my brother does that with cringey youtube videos in our room

    Karabancha's Upload MessKarabancha's Upload Mess7 сағат бұрын
  • When the kid is older, I wonder how he’ll react to what Mat’s been doing after every movie night all these years

    Jýa ManuJýa Manu5 сағат бұрын
  • I love it when Matpat turns innocuous looking cute animated movies into horror films

    Sonia’s WaySonia’s Way9 сағат бұрын
    • His Wall-E video…

      ZinxxoZinxxo6 сағат бұрын
    • @Unknown Variable I know, can KZworld not just blanket ban the phrase "finally its here! *link*"

      Danielle DigouDanielle Digou7 сағат бұрын
    • I POST DAILY FAMILY GUY VIDEOS;-)

      DAILY FAMILY GUY VIDEOSDAILY FAMILY GUY VIDEOS8 сағат бұрын
    • kzworld.info/throw/bejne/cZZpgbZy1piWdp0 Finally it's here.

      Josh RoehlJosh Roehl8 сағат бұрын
    • Bot moment

      Unknown VariableUnknown Variable8 сағат бұрын
  • Hey MatPat! Could you do a theory on the Netflix series: A Series of Unfortunate Events? It ended on a bit of a cliffhanger and I would love to see your theory magic!

    SlinkyTVSlinkyTV4 сағат бұрын
  • #1 on trending I remember when you had only a couple followers now almost everybody knows about you you’ve come a long way and I’m so proud

    Kalen HarleyKalen Harley11 минут бұрын
  • It's actually said by one of the creators that Julieta can cure everything, even her husband and daughter's eyesight, but she gives them a choice.

    ItzSimbaItzSimbaСағат бұрын
  • alternative theory: images have edges. and people can be outside those edges... in the image where you counted the people there was a big rock behind the group. it was impossible to see how many more people were behind that rock and offscreen. and in the village, I could imagine people being offscreen as well.

    Kronus ExoduesKronus Exodues4 сағат бұрын
  • I love how film theory takes a Disney movie and makes it slightly more terrifying than the freezeframe of the dancing donkeys with 0 context

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    • Don't read my name........

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    • I know

      iliabangel bruceiliabangel bruce8 сағат бұрын
    • lol ikr

      Thee ArtSee🎗Thee ArtSee🎗8 сағат бұрын
    • hmm

      SxpphirePlxysSxpphirePlxys8 сағат бұрын
  • Oh snap, I didn't know 100 years of solitude was a school book! I actually read it about 5 years back thanks to a recommendation from a coworker. I found it a pretty fascinating read on my own! Shame I wasn't aware of it when I was in school.

    RuesenRuesen4 сағат бұрын
  • Me and my best friend were talking about how the warden was made we came to since the village is only made of stone, they had a very low amounts of wood ( shocker i know ) so instead of using iron to make their iron golem they made it out of stone. Eventually they tried to made an end portal and fail the golem was warped and the villager killed and sealed away in shreakers and the warden still does what it was made to do

    Reven StoltenbergReven Stoltenberg3 сағат бұрын
  • Plus, I’ve always been more curious how the economy of such a small village works. If you have maybe 300-ish people tops in this Encanto, but no trade with the outside world…how are they getting all their luxuries? Glasses, fine clothing, metal-working and jewelry, THE INSTRUMENTS. Those kinds of things take skilled work and lots of resources, which ok, I’m sure there were probably some skilled artisans among the initial population of refugees, but taking into account all the people you would need for construction, raising animals, farming fields, mining metals (do they just have all the iron, copper, gold, silver, nickel, and tin deposits in that one valley?), quarrying stone…does the Encanto just poof these things out of thin air when they’re needed, like the Casita?

    Nathaniel FordNathaniel Ford6 сағат бұрын
  • One of the things that needs to be taken into account with the 50/500 rule, is that it is sort of species dependent. Some species have far fewer problematic recessive genes and can inbreed more than others without issue. Some species have far more and can tolerate less inbreeding. Of course, we are speaking of humans here, so really, the survival of the people of Encanto would really depend on the prevalence of recessive genetic disorders. The lower the prevalence, the longer the population can be sustained, and the more inbreeding that can be tolerated. Yes, eventually, without some new genetic material being introduced into the population, there is a high likelihood that the majority of the population will eventually suffer from multiple genetic disorders (one specific genetic train we know will become prevalent is an allergy to bees). All of that being said, taking into account the birth rates mentioned in the video, the possibility of multiple breeding partners in the original group (culturally less likely to be the case), the size of the original group and the time frame of 50 years, the population would be fine. They would likely be ok for another century and a half, with only inbreeding occurring between peoples that are at least 2 generations removed from each other, which is not uncommon, even today.

    Garrett TrokeGarrett Troke7 сағат бұрын
  • 1:30 i always felt the cracks disappearing was due to the emotional state of the family/general population, if that makes sense. When theres an off balance of harmony the cracks present themselves. Mirabel can also talk to and understand the house so she obviously has a strong connection to it. Im assuming her connection to the house PLUS my theory about house basing its form off the harmony of the household would explain why the cracks manifested so strongly in that moment. The cracks disappeared because everyone came back into the house and mirabel was no longer the sole focus of the room she was in. There was now a general harmony because of Antonio's party, and everyone being excited for him weighted out mirabel's feelings of inadequacy. This also explains later when the house actually does fall apart when mirabel is fighting with abuela. Everyone in the room is feeling inadequate or unharmonous(?) in some way which is why the house actually DOES fall apart and the cracks don't disappear. The majority of focus in the room and among everyone is disharmony, especially between mirabel and abuela who are the only two people who have a deep understanding/communicative connection to the house.

    koopa poopakoopa poopa3 сағат бұрын
  • I think an important point to take into account. Since the scene of when they cross the river might be shorten for dramatic purposes, how about trying to find data of village sizes around the 1000 day war in Colombia (1899-1902). By the amount of people in the scene where abuelita meets Pedro, there must have been way more than 50 people in that village.

    sacwchirisacwchiri45 минут бұрын
  • Bridge in middle of road explanation theory: they had a boat too tall to go under the bridge, so Luisa picked up the bridge, puts it on the road off to the side (in a way that people can still walk over it so as to not cause a roadblock) then after the bridge passes and mirabel walks up into it, Luisa puts it back

    FaultyFemaleFaultyFemale9 сағат бұрын
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    • My only question is where they would be taking a boat and why

      Lucas RamsdaleLucas Ramsdale6 сағат бұрын
    • Why would there be a large boat in such a tiny stream?

      R - G - CR - G - C6 сағат бұрын
    • @DAILY FAMILY GUY VIDEOS no one cares

      Sasha ShadowhiveSasha Shadowhive6 сағат бұрын
    • ....except that it's a stream. What person is going to use a boat on a stream?

      Keelan BarronKeelan Barron7 сағат бұрын
  • There's one thing you didn't account for. While the Encanto does make coming in or leaving the village difficult it's not all together impossible. We only see the path that they took across the river and the mountains spring up around them in all directions but they seem to be highest along that specific path. There are mountains all the way around but they appear smaller and to actually have some gaps between them meaning if they continued on in the opposite direction they could still have a way in and out of the Encanto. They did think that Bruno actually left, even though we find out he never did there must be a way to leave for anyone to believe that was even a possibility. All that being said... your calculations seemed to conclude that it would take 6 generations for inbreeding to occur and we only see evidence of 3 generations of people actually existing. Only half of your initial prediction. I also think that jumping from an estimate of 50 people to 300 would seem highly unlikely unless every couple has 3-4 children. It's estimated that on average people will only have 2-3 children which would mean that the population can't actually grow from 50 to 300 across 3 generations without breeding at a statistically higher rate. Technically possible but unlikely. I have to admit though this is something that while I don't think is really conclusive, there's too many unknown variables to consider, it is at least plausible.

    RialVestroRialVestro45 минут бұрын
  • You forget to mention the Amish in America when talking about close relations. There have been studies done on them and the odd genetic quirks and diseases that afflict them. I also remember reading about a family in the Appalachian mountains that was so inbred that their skin developed an odd blue pigmentation.

    Nikolai ManningNikolai Manning4 сағат бұрын
  • I have family with history of inbreeding on Hispanic hills. You're right, luckily, it ain't that bad for my family. Not to mention, it didn't last long. Edit: should wait to watch full episode before commenting. O well, I deserve any snark.

    Drake DarkestDrake Darkest7 сағат бұрын
  • Matt literally can make theories about anything! He's the theorist god.

    paraloxparalox53 минут бұрын
  • Don't think I've ever clicked on a Film Theory video so fast before. I've had a few theories myself, so this made me really curious

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