I just saw a Disney film about a brown-skinned daughter of a village chief. She listened to a force of nature which told her her destiny and she counted among her associates an ancient supernatural being and a dumb bird. Against her father’s wishes, she left the safety of her village in a boat and attempted to save her people but suffered from self-doubt before the final confrontation. However, she eventually came around in the presence of a magical grandmother figure who once sang to her about listening to her heart. She ultimately rescued her people from death and destruction by taking a path of non-violence against a foe with superior firepower. The only person who died in the entire film is someone with animal-themed skin markings from her village. The film also has a villain who really, really likes gold and sang a song about him glittering.
Am I talking about the 2016 Disney film Moana, or the 1995 Disney film Pocahontas?