The true story of Frozen

Frozen is the well-known film released in November 2013 by Walt Disney Animation Studios. A children’s film that has managed to achieve high box office sales and has, by the way, been established in the 100 great Disney classics.

A film questioned for hidden messages

Lasting 98 minutes, the film’s plot focuses on an eternal winter unleashed by Elsa in the kingdom of Arendelle, and the perpetuities of her sister Anna, mountaineer Kristoff and reindeer Sven, for finding her to put an end to such a devastating situation N.

So far the well-known story, but could something else be hidden behind the plot and plot of this film?

The plot of the film is not an original Walt Disney production, but is based on the story of The Snow Queen by the Danish writer Hans Cristian Andersen, which was first published in 1845 and in which case the struggle in good and evil and whose protagonists are little Kay and his friend Gerda.

In the film the names are changed by Elsa and Anna, two girls who live in the kingdom of Arendelle and who, for literary purposes, would be daughters of Rapunzel.

However, Isabella Tanikuni claims that Walt Disney, the cartoon giant, plagiarized the story of her life embodied in a diary and that it is a lie that the plot was based on Hans Christian Ander’s novel “The Snow Queen” are, as the company claims. Isabella has sued the company for the sum of $250 million.

On the other hand, there are those who claim that the film contains some subliminal messages, such as the mudra of the horned hand made by Elsa, a gesture that, by the way, has been directly related to the secret Masonic societies.

In the film Anna, which had been frozen, she manages to be thawed by Elsa, who learns to master her powers. In the original story Kay and Gerda fall in love and marry, after Gerda’s experience to save her friend Kay.

Likewise, and as a curious fact, the film, which is mainly intended for a children’s audience, also ended up being well received within some LGBTI communities thanks to its Let It Go soundtrack, thanks to messages like “don’t let them know about you”, “you must naobe known” , “let go, I can’t hold it anymore” and “I’m free and now I’ll try to push the boundaries.”

Beyond all this, Frozen has captivated thousands of children with its songs and has become an inspiration that has generated thousands of items like dolls, watches and wallets becoming one of Disney’s biggest hits.

The true story of Frozen
Source: curiosities  
July 27, 2019

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