Themes and conclusion
? This movie is based on Hans Christian Andersen’s(汉斯.克里斯蒂安.安徒生) fairy tale <The Snow Queen>.
Overview of the film:
Alsa, was under a curse and had frozen magic. But she couldn’t control it and her parents didn’t let her show her magic so she always hid in the bedroom.
I am Alsa.
Anna is the little princess of her country. She was very lovely, lively and cheerful. She loved adventures.
Kristoff was an iceman and he had a reindeer named Sven.
Hans was the 13th prince in his country. Because he had 12 brothers ,so he needed to marry with a princess from another country. Then, he fell in love with Anna. But finally he wanted to kill Anna.
Sven is a reindeer. Although he can't speak, we can understand what he wants to express by his snort.
This is Olaf, a very cute snowman. He had been built by Elsa’s frozen magic.
Elsa, princess of Arendelle, possesses the magical ability to create ice and snow.
One night while playing, she accidentally hurts her younger sister, Anna.
The king and queen seek help from trolls, who heal Anna and remove her memories of her sister's magic.
The royal couple isolates the children in their castle until Elsa learns to control her powers.
The king and queen died in a shipwreck
When Elsa comes of age, the kingdom prepares for her coronation.
Anna explores the town and meets Prince Hans of the Southern Isles, and they immediately develop a mutual attraction.
Elsa refuses to grant her blessing and forbids their sudden marriage. The sisters argued, and Elsa's abilities being exposed.
Elsa flees the palace
Her motion makes the summer turned into winter
Anna set out in search of her sister Kristoff She meets Kristoff and his reindeer Sven and Olaf who leads them to Elsa’s palace.
when Anna persists in persuading her sister to return,
Elsa accidentally strikes Anna in the heart with her powers.
Kristoff seeks help from trolls, who explain that Anna's heart has been frozen. It's only "act of true love“ can save her. Believing that only Hans can save her, Kristoff races back with her to Arendelle.
Hans refuses to kiss Anna and reveals that his true intention in ? marrying her is to seize control of Arendelle's throne.
Olaf finds Anna and reveals Kristoff is in love with her.
When Anna saw Hans would kill Elsa, she gave up her live and saved Elsa.
? Hans was sent back to the Southern Isles to face punishment.
Anna and Kristoff become lovers, and the two sisters reconcile, with Elsa promising never to shut the castle gates again.
The scene shows the audience a beautiful ice world.
This scene is Anna into the snow mountain, by using a straight angle makes view wide and grand.
The scene shows that Anna fall into the cliff and waited for the rescue.
From close-up shot, we can see Anna’s startled expression, and Hans’s hypocrisy.
Anna sacrificing herself to save her sister Alsa .
True love is powerful and can defeat anything!
The movie use a blue snowflake as background images, bring us into a world of ice and snow.
The film unity in blue as the main line.
? Songs and drama has perfectly combined and we would get lost in it.
? "Let It Go" in the movie won the Oscar for best original song last year, already has more than 500 cover versions.
Elsa is on behalf of some people who are born different world , they might find it hard to be accepted by family and society. They fear their own distinctiveness will hurt others, so they hide themselves.
From the Anna’s analysis, the social, especially the family should try to get to know them and accept them, encourage them and guide them to play their own ability, liberate themselves, and use their ability to change themselves and the lives of others;
Combined with the movie, there are two themes of the movie:
From the role of Elsa, on a personal level, we should …
From the role of Anna and dell's people, on the family and social level, people should …
My impression of view:
The combination of the words “Disney” and “princess” used to mean one thing: a film targeted at the little-girl market. But Frozen is evidence of how things have changed.
But quite unlike its Disney forerunners, Frozen has characters that are a little more psychologically complex, and is more feminine in its ideas and themes.
As always, love is the solution to everything!
Overall, it is a successful film, The movie enlightens
our domestic film industry: try to change the present
deficiency, absorb the essence of good films, and develop our film industry.