Despite everything that was tried, the coronation of Queen Elsa of Arendelle could not be stopped. The gates ready to open soon, born with the powers, the king comes to them for help. “Lock the gates, reduce the staff, keep her powers hidden from everyone.” His daughter Elsa, the servant assures will be just fine. He makes one last add though, and this the most important one of all. “Keep her away from people.” As a child, once the Troll King had to heal Anna after Elsa accidentally harmed her with her powers. The brother of no one, and no one is getting married Queen Elsa tells the brand new beau of her sister. “I can’t live like this anymore,” said her younger sister. But it is Queen Elsa who has to flee for her own safety after a first palace ball. Her beautiful purple velvet robe floating behind her, she heads for a wilderness of safety. They believe that they queen has cursed the land. Anna leaves to find her sister, and leaving her new prince beau in charge ~ It seems as if the land cursed of an unexplainable cold, some is judgment upon those of the kingdom whose wicked judgments against a wisdom greater than their own wain still because of them. The origination of the revelatory Disney animation film, came from an original classic fairy tale written by Hans Christian Anderson (The Snow Queen). The primarily child author, born on April 2, 1805, of Odense, Funen, the Kingdom of Denmark and Norway, also wrote other beautiful child classic tales such as The Emperors New Clothes, The Ugly Duckling & even The Little Mermaid, The Nightingale (written about the favorite Victorian songbird, Jenny Lind), the saavy Dane also worked at making published travelogues in-between crafting interesting fairy tales. Though the man himself who befriended the author Charles Dickens (The Christmas Carol), lived at 67 Nyhavn, Copenhagen, urban legend to the day has it that his father was a noble man (King Christian VIII.). It is also interesting to note that every child who grew up during a certain era may had owned a shiny classic, perhaps strategically placed next to the original Black Beauty & Penrod, Story of A Very Bad Boy. The Story Of Hans Christian Anderson, a more enjoyable read, even Penrod & Black Beauty despite accompanied glossy photos a challenging, but interesting plow for any eight year old. The story line of the cartoon ambient child film, while not exclusively to each tenet of the book value, has that one redeeming quality of being as interesting to an adult as for children. Thematically, the query of exploring how long two young persons should date after the fresh, new venture of coming of age for marriage, and the relationship between natural siblings, the two sisters, who live two very separate kinds of lives due to both talent, nature and premeditated destiny comes up. The primary problem with the film, which may attempt to conjecture that a liberated woman who lives alone and creates beautiful sculpture art a cold hearted, unloving human being for doing so a travesty ~ Gratefully, the gates of preferred liberation do finally spring forth to set the female gender free to live, through the conjecture of the evil prince whose heart of coldness and interjection for true evil, time finally reveals to even him. A wonderful adventure, and yet difficult to purvey whether the reading of the Anderson original fairy tale which accompanied the design for the film may help or not. The songs seem too advanced for the understanding of a child. That & the theme of marital love, outside of that, that at least Anna does express that she is like Joni Mitchell, wherein she too has possibly looked at the clouds as a child to define love, and come away with the theory as we all do sooner or later. Joni wrote the song, I Really Don’t Know Love At All. “I guess I really don’t know what love is,” Anna says. Anna finds out what most older children may eventually find, and some not until adulthood that love is deeper than the beauty of outer skin. Love is both spiritual & at times only mere human aproboe. Sometimes only destiny happens. Queen Arrendale announces the wisdom of her eternal refusal to do any more business with Weasel Town, forever. A higher being than the rest of the kingdom has the greatest representative command over all. Rated G.