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Elsa and Anna from Disney’s Frozen
Many people who have watched the movie Frozen fell in love with its characters, particularly with the sisters Elsa and Anna.
The issues that Elsa experiences connected with many movie goers especially the children. Elsa’s internal struggle mirrors a child’s emotions. She is passionate, intense, and most of the time difficult to control – and just like most children – she is impulse driven. Elsa’s fear that she can’t escape from her emotional turmoil resonates with young children, teens, and even adults as well.
Elsa’s ice powers hold a particular appeal for young people, as children have a strong bearing on imagination allowing them to respond to magical realism. They are caught up with awe by her magic and power – only restrained by her shyness and introversion.
The Love of Two Sisters
The other great thing about Frozen is the genuine love between the sisters Elsa and Anna. In spite of Elsa’s repeated rejections on Anna’s attempts to connect with her, their bond and dedication to family prevail. Young children can deeply relate with this and may learn a thing or two about family life and sibling relationships. Elsa and Anna are authentic heroines full of girl power and sisterly love!
Re-Live and Re-Create the Magical Story of Disney’s Frozen
Of course, the beautiful sing-along songs throughout the film are the icing on the cake. The movie’s anthem, “Let It Go,” has come to symbolise happiness and freedom for people of all ages and social classes.
So if you want to experience the magic of Frozen again (and again), then bring it all to your home. Collect Frozen-themed items available here at Mr Toys now.