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Frozen

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Transcript of Frozen

Exposition
: Elsa strikes Anna with powers, Anna visits the trolls, "Do you wanna build a snowman?"
Plot Structure
Frozen
Protagonist
: Anna
Character Analysis
Rhyme:
The snow glows
white
on the mountain
tonight
Movie Song Analysis
-Elsa wants to protect Anna from her powers vs. wants to love her
-Anna vs. Hans; when Anna goes to Hans for a true love's kiss he leaves her to die because all he wants is power
-Elsa vs. Anna and Hans;Elsa doesn't want Anna and Hans to get married
-Anna vs Elsa's powers; Elsa accidentally strikes Anna twice and almost dies the second time
-Anna, Sven, Kristoff, and Olaf vs. Marshmallow; The giant snowman chases them away from Elsa's ice castle
-Elsa vs. her powers; Through most of her life she has had to "conceal, don't feel, don't let them know"
-Anna and Kristoff vs. the wolves; Wolves chase them as they search for Elsa's ice castle
-Anna vs. loneliness; Anna is very lonely during her childhood because Elsa keeps herself locked away and she is not allowed to leave the castle or open up the gates.



Conflict
Flashback:
When Anna goes to Elsa's ice castle to get he to come back to Arendelle
Foreshadow
: Grand Pabbie the troll says to Elsa as a child " There is beauty in your magic, but also great danger. Fear will be your enemy."
Allusion
: When Flynn and Rapunzel walk through the gates of Arendelle during "First Time in Forever", it alludes to Disney's Tangled.
Personification
: Throughout the entire movie, Olaf is an example of personification because snowmen are inanimate.
Hyperbole
: The title of the song "First Time In Forever"
Pathos
: Anna's and Elsa's parents' ship sinks and they die
Comic Relief
: Olaf throughout the entire movie
Imagery
: In "Let It Go",
Elsa says The snow glows white on the mountain tonight, not a foortprint to be seen.
Inference
: Kristoff's parents are either dead or they abandoned him because he lives with the trolls.
Irony
: Olaf wants to bring back summer but he's a snowman.
Symbolism
: Hans wears gloves and Anna doesn't when they make a heart during "First Time In Forever" symbolizing that he is hiding something and Anna is not.
Stream of Consciousness
: many different instances in "First Time In Forever"
Oxymoron
: "Imagine how much cooler I'll be in summer!"
Idiom
: "When life gets tough I like to hold on to my dreams."





Literary Devices
-Marshmallow acted as Elsa's
chimera
and defender.
Word Masters
-Anna was
imbued
with happiness when they finally opened the gates.
Word Masters
Rising Action
: Elsa's coronation day, Anna and Kristoff find Olaf, Elsa strikes Anna with her powers (again), Hans abandons Anna, Anna and Olaf run to the frozen fjord.
Climax
:
Anna saves Elsa and freezes
Falling Action
: Anna melts, summer is restored
Resolution
:
Elsa's powers are accepted into kingdom, Elsa and Anna and friends,
Anna and Kristoff fall in love
Antagonist
: Hans
Alliteration:
My soul is spiraling in frozen fractals all around
Personification:
The wind is howling
Hyperbole
: You'll never see me cry
Pathos:
...Kingdom of isolation, and it looks like I'm the queen...
Imagery
: The snow glows white on the mountain tonight not a footprint to be seen
Symbolism
: Elsa changing clothes/letting go of cape
Metaphor
: A kingdom of isolation, and it looks like I'm the queen
Simile
: The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside
Ginger hair with one white streak
Beautiful
Persevering, always optimistic
Static; always believes that she can get Elsa back and sees the good in everything
-While growing up, Elsa was very
obdurate
about her decision to "protect" Anna.
-Anna was a
virtuoso
person who could always be able to look on the bright side of any situation.
-Once Anna became frozen, Elsa's spirit was badly
abraded
and she was tired of trying to fix things that simply could not be fixed.
-Anna is initially portrayed to be a
crepuscular
and constantly excited.
-Hans seemed to be an
advocate
of Anna's cause to find Elsa, but he was actually just using her.
-Anna believed she could
placate
Elsa and make her unfreeze Arendelle.
-At certain times, Elsa seemed
impregnable
because of her powers.
-A sudden
hiatus
was caused in the kingdom after Elsa revealed her powers.
-Olaf's ideas and beliefs were easily
malleable
, except for his want for summer.
-Marshmallow told Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf to get out of Elsa's castle in a
rasping
voice.
-The Duke of Weselton was
colluding
with his soldiers to capture Elsa.
-At first, after Elsa had struck Anna in the heart, the pain was
pernicious
.
-Elsa was
divested
the privileged of any contact with any people
-Elsa's attitude toward Anna eventually
mitigated
.
-Kristoff and Sven were very
itinerant
because they sold ice and had to "follow the cold".
-Olaf was an
dilettante
, and didn't know much about anything
-The products that were sold from Arendelle to Weselton probably had a high
excise
on them.
Themes
1. Love can thaw a frozen heart.
2. Love is more than having things in common.
3. Good overcomes evil.
4. True love doesn't always happen on the first try.
5. Women don't necessarily need men to be happy versus most other Disney movies.
6. Kristoff goes back to Arendelle tosave Anna without knowing that Hans is evil.
7. Family should come before other things in life.
8. Don't judge a book by its cover.





-When Anna melted, an
incandescent
light was produced.
-Hans'
wrath
against his twelve older brothers only got him into even more trouble.
-After Elsa had run away, the fact that she had powers
militated
against the chance of the people of Arendelle accepting her again.
-Anna's belief that Elsa could restore summer was always
immutable
.
-Arendellle was a
citadel
for all of the kingdom's citizens.
Handsome
Youngest of 13 sons
Ginger
Mysterious, deceiving
Static; always wants to deceive Anna and just wants to take over Arendelle
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