Frozen

Frozen
Frozen

Year

2013

Duration

97 minutes

Genres

Animation, Musicals

Language

English

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Elsa and Anna are two young princesses of the mountainous kingdom of Arendelle. They were once very close, until an accident caused by Elsa's ice-making powers pushed them apart. Now soon to become Queen, Elsa's worry over her powers has built so much that an emotional outburst causes her to cast the whole kingdom into eternal winter. With the help of gung-ho mountain man Kristoff and friendly snowman Olaf, Princess Anna must find her sister and save Arendelle. Inspired by the 19th-century fairytale The Snow Queen by Danish author Hans Christian Andersen, Frozen is a fun-filled snowy adventure that puts an inventive twist on the fairytale tradition while carrying the original tales message of the power of love over evil.

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Contains mild threat.

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