With a great Disney movie it comes with even greater Disney characters. Today I will be focusing on the two beautiful leads of the film, Anna and Elsa who each have contrasting personalities. For example, Anna represents the older Disney style princess who's all love sick and can fall in love in a single night while Elsa represents the more recent, rational and mature Disney princess like Tiana or Merida.
AnnaAnna is the lead character of Frozen. She's very naive, love-sick but also very caring and strong willed. She faces tons of danger just to fix things with her sister and meets strangers along the way on her journey to save her kingdom.
This is pretty much it for now when it comes to Anna. There is surely going to be much more frozen media in the future and they produce picture books constantly. A potential sequel is in the works and of course the Frozen short coming next spring may give us more content but this covers Anna.
ElsaElsa is the deuteragonist of the film and serves as the catalyst of the plot. She was born with magical ice powers which she used to gleefully play with Anna with until one night where things went awry and she almost accidentally murdered Anna with her powers. Ever since then she's been told to "conceal it, not feel it" and wears gloves and a conservative dress. However, Anna proposes to Hans after only knowing him for a single day she gets in a big fight with her sister and accidentally displays her magic. She then runs off to a remote mountain and creates her own palace made entirely out of ice. Her whole outfit for the remainder of the film and media reflects this.
Elsa never goes barefoot or wears anything but two different kinds of heels but this scene is pretty good since they have full detail with it. Any other time she was wearing socks of the heels aren't detailed.
Well, this is just about the end for Frozen for now, anyway. With tons of printed media being produced, a new short in spring and a sequel most likely being produced there's a big chance I'll be covering them again. With that I'll end this with a gif with a close-up with Elsa pacing- once again with very low frame of animation to maximize it.
Upon some extra consideration I've noticed that there are two more noticable moments in the movie with Elsa.