History Disney / Frozen

9th Apr '17 3:55:36 PM NightShade96
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* LaughOfLove: Anna tends to {{sigh|OfLove}} and giggle a lot around Hans from the moment they meet, [[spoiler:at least until he reveals his [[TheSociopath true colours]].]]



* SighOfLove: Anna tends to do this a lot around Hans from the moment they meet, [[spoiler:at least until he reveals his [[TheSociopath true colours]].]]

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* SighOfLove: Anna tends to do this sigh and [[LaughOfLove giggle]] a lot around Hans from the moment they meet, [[spoiler:at least until he reveals his [[TheSociopath true colours]].]]
2nd Apr '17 1:12:33 AM NightShade96
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* SighOfLove: Anna tends to do this a lot around Hans from the moment they meet, [[spoiler:at least until he reveals his [[TheSociopath true colours]].]]
31st Mar '17 3:08:04 AM NightShade96
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* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Hans is the thirteenth brother. [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Unlucky thirteen, anybody?]]
** "Frozen Heart", the film's opener, has a ''lot'' of lines that pertain to the rest of the film.
--->''Beautiful, powerful, dangerous, cold!\\
Ice has a magic can't be controlled!''\\
[...]\\
''Strike for love and strike for fear!''\\
[...]\\
''Watch your step! '''Let it go!'''\\
Beware the frozen heart!''
** Early on, Anna mentions dreaming about getting kissed by a troll. [[spoiler:She actually remembers part of being saved by the troll elder in the beginning of the movie, foreshadowing some of her returning memory later on]].
** [[spoiler:Olaf tells Anna "''Some people are worth melting for''" and "''Love is putting someone else's needs before yours''" while trying to keep her warm. In human terms, what he is basically saying is "Some people are worth dying for," and hinting that an "act of True Love" doesn't necessarily mean only ''romantic'' love. Anna gives up the chance for Kristoff to cure her and performs a HeroicSacrifice to save Elsa, which ultimately breaks the curse.]]
** Elsa sings "You'll never see me cry!" during "Let It Go". [[spoiler:Anna's HeroicSacrifice at the end finally makes Elsa break down.]]
** During the song "Fixer Upper", there's this line: ''"People make bad choices if they're mad or scared or stressed, but throw a little love their way and you'll bring out their best!"'' While it does refer to Kristoff, it also foreshadows [[spoiler:Elsa finally gaining control of her powers after realising [[HeroicSacrifice how much]] she is loved by her sister]].
** When Anna is day-dreaming about finding love in "For the First Time in Forever", she acts out her fantasies before various objects around the castle. The first is [[spoiler:a statue head of a nobleman that looks evil and sinister]], the next is [[spoiler:various paintings with peasant men that look honest and friendly]]. Anna finds two potential love interests: [[spoiler:The first is Hans, a prince, who [[ManipulativeBastard turns out]] to be evil. The next is Kristoff, a peasant, who [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold turns out]] to be kind, honest, and selfless.]]
** If you listen closely, there are wolf howls in the background in the scene where Anna falls off her spooked horse. Presumably these are the same wolves that ambush Anna and Kristoff in the woods that night.
** [[spoiler:"Love Is an Open Door". At the finale, Anna remarks to Elsa how she likes the open gates (gates, doors -- basically the same thing, right?). Elsa tells her that they are never closing them again. This conversation is the girls' not-so-subtle euphemism for saying "I like that we have our close relationship back," and "I'll never shut you out ever again." So, Love is an open ''gate'', too.]]
** Elsa tells Anna, "You can't marry a man you just met," referring to her engagement with Hans. [[spoiler:The horrible betrayal scene near the end of the film proves Elsa's right -- Hans is not what Anna hoped he'd be]].
** When the old troll heals Anna's head wound he notes that "You are lucky it wasn't her heart. The heart is not so easily changed." which foreshadows what happens to Anna later.
** "Love Is an Open Door" [[RewatchBonus very subtly]] foreshadows [[spoiler:Hans's true nature throughout. When he says "I've been searching my whole life to find my own place," he gestures outward to the kingdom, foreshadowing his want to steal the throne. There's the BlatantLies-in-hindsight lines "We finish each other's" - "Sandwiches!" -- "That's what I was gonna say!" Also, he doesn't match Anna's movements in a few scenes, showing that he's only faking it.]] In addition, when Hans says "I found my place", Anna says "I see your face" at the same time, this hints she only sees the handsome face Hans shows on the outside, and not his true sinister self.
** A blink-and-you'll-miss-it example, but on the way to Elsa's palace, Olaf gushes about how he thinks she sounds like the nicest, warmest person ever... and inadvertently walks through an icicle. "[[MajorInjuryUnderreaction Oh look, I've been impaled]]." While funny, it does foreshadow [[spoiler:Elsa accidentally impaling Anna through the heart with her magic (which nearly kills her), and almost (deliberately) impaling the Duke of Weselton's henchmen when they come to kill her.]] She might be a nice and warm person, but her ice powers are not to be approached carelessly.

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* {{Foreshadowing}}:
** Hans is the thirteenth brother. [[ThirteenIsUnlucky Unlucky thirteen, anybody?]]
** "Frozen Heart", the film's opener, has a ''lot'' of lines that pertain to the rest of the film.
--->''Beautiful, powerful, dangerous, cold!\\
Ice has a magic can't be controlled!''\\
[...]\\
''Strike for love and strike for fear!''\\
[...]\\
''Watch your step! '''Let it go!'''\\
Beware the frozen heart!''
** Early on, Anna mentions dreaming about getting kissed by a troll. [[spoiler:She actually remembers part of being saved by the troll elder in the beginning of the movie, foreshadowing some of her returning memory later on]].
** [[spoiler:Olaf tells Anna "''Some people are worth melting for''" and "''Love is putting someone else's needs before yours''" while trying to keep her warm. In human terms, what he is basically saying is "Some people are worth dying for," and hinting that an "act of True Love" doesn't necessarily mean only ''romantic'' love. Anna gives up the chance for Kristoff to cure her and performs a HeroicSacrifice to save Elsa, which ultimately breaks the curse.]]
** Elsa sings "You'll never see me cry!" during "Let It Go". [[spoiler:Anna's HeroicSacrifice at the end finally makes Elsa break down.]]
** During the song "Fixer Upper", there's this line: ''"People make bad choices if they're mad or scared or stressed, but throw a little love their way and you'll bring out their best!"'' While it does refer to Kristoff, it also foreshadows [[spoiler:Elsa finally gaining control of her powers after realising [[HeroicSacrifice how much]] she is loved by her sister]].
** When Anna is day-dreaming about finding love in "For the First Time in Forever", she acts out her fantasies before various objects around the castle. The first is [[spoiler:a statue head of a nobleman that looks evil and sinister]], the next is [[spoiler:various paintings with peasant men that look honest and friendly]]. Anna finds two potential love interests: [[spoiler:The first is Hans, a prince, who [[ManipulativeBastard turns out]] to be evil. The next is Kristoff, a peasant, who [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold turns out]] to be kind, honest, and selfless.]]
** If you listen closely, there are wolf howls in the background in the scene where Anna falls off her spooked horse. Presumably these are the same wolves that ambush Anna and Kristoff in the woods that night.
** [[spoiler:"Love Is an Open Door". At the finale, Anna remarks to Elsa how she likes the open gates (gates, doors -- basically the same thing, right?). Elsa tells her that they are never closing them again. This conversation is the girls' not-so-subtle euphemism for saying "I like that we have our close relationship back," and "I'll never shut you out ever again." So, Love is an open ''gate'', too.]]
** Elsa tells Anna, "You can't marry a man you just met," referring to her engagement with Hans. [[spoiler:The horrible betrayal scene near the end of the film proves Elsa's right -- Hans is not what Anna hoped he'd be]].
** When the old troll heals Anna's head wound he notes that "You are lucky it wasn't her heart. The heart is not so easily changed." which foreshadows what happens to Anna later.
** "Love Is an Open Door" [[RewatchBonus very subtly]] foreshadows [[spoiler:Hans's true nature throughout. When he says "I've been searching my whole life to find my
{{Foreshadowing}}: Has [[Foreshadowing/{{Frozen}} its own place," he gestures outward to the kingdom, foreshadowing his want to steal the throne. There's the BlatantLies-in-hindsight lines "We finish each other's" - "Sandwiches!" -- "That's what I was gonna say!" Also, he doesn't match Anna's movements in a few scenes, showing that he's only faking it.]] In addition, when Hans says "I found my place", Anna says "I see your face" at the same time, this hints she only sees the handsome face Hans shows on the outside, and not his true sinister self.
** A blink-and-you'll-miss-it example, but on the way to Elsa's palace, Olaf gushes about how he thinks she sounds like the nicest, warmest person ever... and inadvertently walks through an icicle. "[[MajorInjuryUnderreaction Oh look, I've been impaled]]." While funny, it does foreshadow [[spoiler:Elsa accidentally impaling Anna through the heart with her magic (which nearly kills her), and almost (deliberately) impaling the Duke of Weselton's henchmen when they come to kill her.]] She might be a nice and warm person, but her ice powers are not to be approached carelessly.
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24th Mar '17 11:16:57 AM eroock
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* SkunkStripe: Anna has a single platinum blonde streak in her strawberry-blonde hair from Elsa [[LockedIntoStrangeness accidentally striking her in the head when she is 5]]. To judge by what she tells Hans, she believes she was born with it due to the trolls' erasure of her memories. [[spoiler:Later, her hair turns completely white as she succumbs to Elsa's accidental curse, which hit her in her heart. [[NoOntologicalInertia It disappears after the curse breaks]]]].
20th Mar '17 2:45:31 PM Sane_Spinster
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11th Feb '17 11:23:00 PM LB7979
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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an aereal view of the entire castle, now partially ornamented with Elsa's ice powers.

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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an aereal aerial view of the entire castle, now partially ornamented with Elsa's ice powers.
11th Feb '17 11:22:24 PM LB7979
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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an areal view of the entire castle, now partially ornamented with Elsa's ice powers.

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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an areal aereal view of the entire castle, now partially ornamented with Elsa's ice powers.
1st Feb '17 11:33:23 PM Chaosenvoy
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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an areal view of the entire castle.

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* FlyawayShot: The movie ends with a zooming out from the court to an areal view of the entire castle.castle, now partially ornamented with Elsa's ice powers.
23rd Jan '17 1:35:08 PM LeeM
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** [[ThePowerOfLove Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart]]. [[spoiler:And it doesn't have to be ''romantic'' love, nor does it state ''who'' has to do said act -- or even which heart needs thawing. Anna's heart - and body - literally freeze solid, but when Elsa's love unfreezes Anna it also thaws Elsa's metaphorically frozen heart]].

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** [[ThePowerOfLove Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart]]. [[spoiler:And it doesn't have to be ''romantic'' love, nor does it state ''who'' has to do said act -- or even which heart needs thawing. Anna's heart - and body - literally freeze solid, but when Elsa's their sisterly love unfreezes Anna it also thaws Elsa's metaphorically frozen heart]].
23rd Jan '17 1:33:38 PM LeeM
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** [[ThePowerOfLove Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart]]. [[spoiler:And it doesn't have to be ''romantic'' love, nor does it state ''who'' has to do said act -- or even which heart needs thawing]].

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** [[ThePowerOfLove Only an act of true love can thaw a frozen heart]]. [[spoiler:And it doesn't have to be ''romantic'' love, nor does it state ''who'' has to do said act -- or even which heart needs thawing]].thawing. Anna's heart - and body - literally freeze solid, but when Elsa's love unfreezes Anna it also thaws Elsa's metaphorically frozen heart]].
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