I was rewatching this last night with some of the usual suspects, and I noticed a thing: this is the only time Elsa slips on ice.
She later runs up a staircase made of ice, in heels, while skipping steps, and this is the only time she slips on ice.
I wonder, if on days upon weeks locked in her room, watching life outside from her window, and spends hours upon hours walking on ice. In slippers, in heels, barefoot even. Runs laps around her room, maybe jumping jacks, all just to practice. So she’ll never, ever slip on her own ice again. Because she lost her footing once, and it nearly cost her everything. (And look who paid, paid so dearly that it’s still written in her hair.)
And she’d rather damn herself than lose her footing again. (Turns out, that didn’t matter, in the end.)
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So are we not talking about Elsa’s reaction in this moment?
Throughout this entire film, it’s made clear that Elsa’s powers are connected to her emotions. As Elsa tries to run away from her kindom after being locked away by Hans, the storm of her creation is going at an intensity not yet reached in the film. When Hans tells her that her sister is dead, by Elsa’s hand, Elsa denies it. Then she accepts it as truth and collapses.
When Elsa collapses…the storm gives one last gust and then stops. Meaning that Elsa has quit feeling or that she is feeling too much.
Because of the wind stopping, there’s a good chance that Elsa heard Hans pull out his sword behind her. But by that point she didn’t care if she died or not. Anna was dead and it didn’t matter that she would soon be as well.
Every detail about frozen is so important. I think im going to watch it again
You should watch it again. Its definitely a movie that gets better upon rewatching
This is why I absolutely love this movie: Everything means something. From the colors being used, to the body language of the characters, to this small yet crucial fact. All of it gives us hints into Elsa and Anna and their relationship and their motivations. It’s all so stunningly and horribly beautiful and complex and I can’t.
Cartoon Network’s Hall of Game Awards (2014)
Who: Victoria Justice
Wearing: Ted Baker
theyre looks so weird without the comma
Ah yes much better
The brilliant cast of Disney’s Frozen who gave voice to their extremely lovable characters.