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If that is the case, he must have known all along that Elsa had ice powers. It's likely that Grand Pabbie, the troll leader, told him that it was important for them to keep the royal family's secret, because there is the potential that people might try to hurt Elsa if they found out about her powers.
As an ice harvester and mountain man, Kristoff wasn't spending a lot of time in the villages so he wouldn't have had occasion to talk to people a lot and he doesn't seem the type who likes to gossip so the truth remained safe with him. When Anna is struck by Elsa's magic and her hair starts turning white, Kristoff realizes that he needs to get her to the trolls because he knows Grand Pabbie saved her life before. How does the movie end? With Anna's hair now completely white, her heart turning to ice, and her "true love" not true at all, Olaf reveals that it is Kristoff who is truly in love with her.
When a gust of wind blows open the window, he sees Kristoff and Sven racing toward the castle. Anna and Olaf escape by jumping out a window and sliding down the snowbank.
As Kristoff races to Anna, she notices that Hans is about to stab Elsa with his sword. Instead of running into Kristoff's arms, Anna puts herself between Hans and Elsa just as her body turns to ice and shatters Hans' sword to bits. Seeing that her sister has completely turned to ice, Elsa clings to her and cries. Suddenly, Anna's body begins to thaw and gain color, Anna having broken the spell upon herself by showing an act of true love for Elsa.
Realizing that love is the remedy for a frozen heart, Elsa proceeds to thaw the village of Arendelle and bring back summer. Henceforth, Hans is returned to the Southern Isles to face charges of attempted regicide, all trade with Weasel town is severed, Olaf is given his own personal snow flurry cloud to keep him from melting, and Kristoff is outfitted with a brand new sled and named "official ice master.
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Is there anything after the credits? It's revealed that Marshmallow survived the fall after Hans cut off his leg. Wandering through the empty ice palace, he finds the tiara that Elsa tossed away during "Let It Go", and puts it on his head, smiling to himself, and the spikes on his back quickly retract.
Encountering Everest-like conditions, mystical trolls and a hilarious snowman named Olaf, Anna and Kristoff battle the elements in a race to save the kingdom. Meet Elsa voiced by Idina Menzel: From the outside, Elsa looks poised, regal and reserved, but in reality, she lives in fear as she wrestles with a mighty secret—she was born with the power to create ice and snow.
Haunted by the moment her magic nearly killed her younger sister Anna, Elsa has isolated herself, spending every waking minute trying to suppress her growing powers.
Meet Anna voiced by Kristen Bell: Anna is more daring than graceful and, at times, can act before she thinks.
She longs to reconnect with her sister, Elsa, as they were close during their childhood. When Elsa accidentally unleashes a magical secret that locks the kingdom of Arendelle in an eternal winter, Anna embarks on a dangerous adventure to make things right.
In a contest between ice and a metal sword, the metal sword is going to win. Anna, in the midst of becoming frozen solid, interposes her body between Elsa's unaware, crouched form and Hans' sword. See, Anna, this is why you don't get engaged to guys you just met. They may end up trying to dethrone your older sister. Anna gets in between them just in time. Hans' sword reaches the end of its arc and strikes Anna's upraised, frozen hand. The force of its shattering threw Hans backwards and we could see a small puff of air escape Anna's mouth.
Ice can be tough and difficult to break; I've experienced this myself. But I'm fairly certain a sword could break or at least chip any block of ice set in front of it. And by "solve their problem," I don't mean "get rid of their powers.
Elsa's dad decided to take his daughter to some trolls who could, he hoped, help her out. But how did he find out about them? In the beginning, after Anna gets hurt by Elsa accidentally, their dad rushes to the library and pulls out a book detailing where to find these trolls. How did he know what book to pull out from the many book shelves in his library?
Had he researched the subject of magic mountain trolls before that night, so he knew exactly which book to pull out? And if the king knew that there were beings that could help Elsa learn about her powers, why did he wait for an accident to occur before rushing off to find them? With a daughter born with ice powers, the king is understandably more likely to believe legends about magic mountain trolls, but, you have to admit, that rock trolls in the mountains still hardly seem like a credible source for aid.
The image was terrifying to observe, and the music was timed perfectly for you to feel what a loss it was to the two girls. However, after the king and queen's funeral, the movie almost immediately cuts to coronation day, the day that Elsa gets crowned official queen of Arendelle.
Since Anna is in such high spirits at hearing that coronation day has arrived, I assumed that quite some time had passed since her parents' demise. But if that's the case, who was the ruler of Arendelle between then and now?
Was Elsa ruling as a princess even though she wasn't yet queen? Or was there another person, a council of people even, who had charge of Arendelle until Elsa came of age?
I don't know enough about the governance of Arendelle to make an educated guess as to what went on during the intervening period between Elsa's parents' ship going under and Elsa's coronation day.
But it is intriguing to note that no one else in Arendelle had seen either of the princesses until the coronation. Is it possible to rule without anyone really knowing what you look like? Anna elects to go after her, but she has to contend with the sudden onrush of winter hazards that she was unprepared for. She loses the horse she was riding on, falls into a freezing stream, and she has to buy a new winter wardrobe so she can brave the cold perils of the north mountain.
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It's tough going for Anna, but consider at least that she is able, with the help of money, to adjust to the new wintry conditions. What about the poor summer critters that had no warning that a freeze was going to sweep the land? Normally, animals have internal workings that let them know when the seasons are going to change.
They have time to head south, gain a winter coat, or gather food for hibernation. This is not the case for the animals around Arendelle. Winter occurred as suddenly as the snap of the fingers.
It may not be commented on in the movie, but we should all be aware that a bunch of animals probably did not survive the suddenly harsh conditions. I'm quite surprised that when Elsa did bring back the summer, a bunch of deceased animals did not just turn up beneath the disappearing snowdrifts.
No one in the movie seems to notice their passing, so the least we can do is mourn the little critters on our own.
When the sun was rising, it hit the castle's surfaces just right, making the walls glow with a light blue and pink light. Kristoff, since he has an ice business, is thoroughly in love with the place when he first sets eyes on it.
Anna is also enchanted with the place. It looked gorgeous and it was a demonstration of how beautiful Elsa's powers could be. However, no one seemed to consider the fact that Elsa intended to live in this castle. There were no soft beds that I could see. Where would Elsa sleep? And perhaps more pressing than a bed, I couldn't see where Elsa would get a steady supply of food.
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Everyone, even a person with extraordinary ice powers, needs to eat. So unless Elsa can survive on nothing but ice, she would need some more hearty sustenance available nearby in order to live out her days in her ice castle.
Did she even eat during the two days she was there? As far as I can tell, she did not leave her castle to explore the surrounding woods around the mountain to find something like berries. So did she starve herself while in her castle? She looks skinny enough for that to have been the case.