Frozen – Disney does magic


Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, Frozen is a classic Disney animation movie that can be considered as great as Beauty and the Beast. The story revolves around the life of two sisters, Elsa and Anna, who have very different personalities – detached and cold the first, optimistic, clumsy and loving the second – and a strong bond that goes beyond their problems. Problems which are linked to Elsa’s special gift, the power to create snow and ice with her hands. When she realizes how dangerous her magic can be for the people she loves, she hides herself and breaks her relationship with her sister, fleeing on the mountains. But Anna is not going to give up on her. She sets on an adventurous journey to find her and bring her back, moving in a ice-covered, charming landscape that reminds of the great North.

The girls from Frozen are not the traditional, fragile princesses waiting for Prince Charming to save them. According to the new Disney philosophy, Elsa and Anna are clever, independent, strong girls who fight for what they think is right and for the persons they love. Through their journey, they discover that love does not simply “happen” but comes when we know who we are and what we want. Parents are not always right. They can make mistakes. We all make mistakes, but if we fall, we fall because we are trying hard, not because we were stuck and someone else made us fall. Growing up means to learn to defend ourselves and make our own choices. And also to distinguish between friends and enemies, and – tricky lesson – between false friends and false enemies. So let’s live this adventure on the screen, and find the magic of the fairytale again.

Link alla recensione: Frozen – un film al femminile


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