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Pixar's Short Film Out, About Coming Out to Family | Trailer

Pixar Is Releasing a New SparkShorts on Disney+ About Coming Out to Your Parents

Pixar's short films, which have now all been filed on Disney+ under its SparkShorts franchise, continue to tug at our heartstrings (remember Kitbull, about the stray cat and pit bull?!) and help us see the world around us from varying perspectives. Its latest short, Out, about a person coming out to their parents, appears to be no different.

In a trailer for the short, a person named Greg can be seen chatting with their dog while holding a framed, heart-adorned photo of themself with a person named Manuel who is presumably their partner. Just as Greg's talking through how to come out to their parents, the doorbell rings. Greg's parents have arrived to help them move into a new home, and Greg appears panicked. Watch the full trailer above, which ends on a cliffhanger moment in which Greg's mom finds the framed photo, and catch Out in its entirety on Disney+ on May 22.

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