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Anna of Arendelle ist eine fiktive Figur, die in Walt Disney Animation Studios Animationsfilm Frozen und seiner Fortsetzung Frozen II zu sehen ist. Sie wird von Kristen Bell als Erwachsene geäußert. Zu Beginn des Films geben Livvy Stubenrauch. Fanartikel von Disney Die Eiskönigin online kaufen bei ❤ myToys. Entdecke Spielzeug, Kindermode und Filme mit Anna und Elsa. ✓ Kauf auf Rechnung. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Anna Frozen Barbie". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. GRATIS-​Versand. von Ergebnissen oder Vorschlägen für "Frozen Barbie Anna And Elsa". Überspringen und zu Haupt-Suchergebnisse gehen. Amazon Prime. Die Eiskönigin – Völlig unverfroren (Originaltitel: Frozen) ist ein Computeranimationsfilm von Er erwähnt, dass es sehr gefährlich gewesen wäre, wenn Elsa Anna ins Herz getroffen hätte und dass Elsa nun lernen müsse, ihre Kräfte zu.

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Anna, Mulan , Merida , and Moana are the only ones who do not ask Vanellope a question. When Jasmine asks Vanellope if she has "daddy issues", she notes that she does not have a mom, to which Anna and Elsa relate.

After declaring Vanellope an official princess they admire her "gown" and change into comfortable modern clothes.

Before Vanellope leaves, Merida tries to give her advice in an unintelligible Scottish accent which confuses Vanellope and she asks the princesses what Merida said and they explain that they cannot understand Merida with Anna adding that she is from " the other studio ".

In the climax of the film, Anna and the princesses witness Ralph about to fall to his death from the Google tower and work together to save him.

Anna and Cinderella help Jaq and Gus sew two of the princesses' discarded dresses to Rapunzel 's magic hair to use as parachutes.

After Ralph is saved the princesses introduce themselves as friends of Vanellope and befriend Ralph as well. Three years after her adventures in the mountain, Anna is happier than ever with her peaceful life in Arendelle.

With the gates open, and Elsa, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf by her side, Anna feels that she is no longer alone. Anna is seemingly able to comfort her sister, but some time later, she is awakened by an assault on the kingdom, led by the four elements of earth , wind , fire , and water.

Grand Pabbie soon arrives, and informs the sisters that the spirits are upset due to a past offense. Elsa determines that she must find the voice in order to save her kingdom, but Anna insists on tagging along.

The party then embark on their journey to the Enchanted Forest, and along the way, Kristoff awkwardly tries to propose to Anna.

During the adventure, they encounter a group of Arendelle Royal Guards under the command of Lieutenant Mattias , King Agnarr 's former bodyguard, and the Northuldra people under their leader Yelana.

The two sides had been trapped in the forest since the day it fell. This act of kindness was the reason Elsa was born with powers.

The sisters later befriend the Fire spirit, Bruni , who wishes to guide Anna and Elsa to the voice. Before they leave, Anna finds that Kristoff had ran off to deal with matters of his own.

Though she believes this to be another sign of rejection, Anna chooses to leave Kristoff behind for the sake of protecting Elsa.

The sisters are guided by Bruni and Gale to the shipwreck of their parents. Anna and Olaf find themselves in Earth Giants territory but are able to escape through a dark cave.

While trying to find a way out, Anna and Olaf are greeted by an ice sculpture created by Elsa, which depicts their grandfather, King Runeard , attacking an unarmed Northuldra leader.

Olaf is able to comfort Anna by finding an exit from the cave, but before they can leave, the magic in Olaf begins to flurry away.

Anna summons the Earth Giants and lures them to the dam. With the help of Kristoff and Mattias, Anna is able to get the giants to toss boulders at the structure, destroying it and lifting the curse.

With the dust settled, Anna apologizes to Kristoff for leaving him behind, allowing the two to reconcile. Anna remains crestfallen at the loss of Elsa, however, but is suddenly led to the fjord by Gale, where Elsa stands as the fifth spirit of the forest—the bridge that connects the magic of nature and people.

Elsa also declares that Anna, herself, is also the fifth spirit—as a bridge has two sides. In tears, Anna accepts, becoming newly engaged.

Now knowing where she truly belongs, Elsa remains behind to protect the Enchanted Forest with the Northuldra, while Anna is crowned the new Queen of Arendelle, with Kristoff, Olaf, Sven, and Mattias by her side.

At the kingdom square, Anna and Mattias jointly unveil a statue of Agnarr and Iduna, the Arendellian and Northuldra, symbolizing the love and unity between the two sides.

Despite her new role as sovereign, Anna continues to make time for her family, and hosts charade nights at the castle, which Elsa always attends.

Anna also makes a very brief appearance alongside Elsa, Olaf, and Sven in an advertisement promoting Sky Movies , where she is seen on the television after the commercial's host family come back into the real world.

An otter version of Anna appeared on the cover of Duke Weaselton 's bootleg copy of Floatzen 2 in the film Zootopia. Over the course of the adventure, Anna proves to be the most level-headed and capable of the team.

She appears in 9 episodes, and is portrayed by Elizabeth Lail. In a time frame set two years after the events equivalent to the events of Frozen and approximately a year before the first Dark Curse in the general Once timeline, Anna is engaged to Kristoff.

In honor of the momentous occasion, Elsa grants Anna both a beautiful new necklace and a gown originally owned by their deceased mother. As Anna tries on the dress, Elsa discovers their mother's diary.

Within the text, it is revealed the king and queen left Arendelle because of Elsa. While Elsa believes it's because they feared her and saw her as a monster, Anna believes otherwise.

To prove the true reason, Anna takes Elsa to Grand Pabbie. Pabbie is unable to uncover the exact reason the king and queen left, but reveals where they were heading; a land known as Mist Haven.

While Elsa still worries, Anna stays positive and suggests they travel to Mist Haven to find out the truth for themselves.

Reluctant about the idea, Elsa denies, claiming she doesn't want to abandon her kingdom and fears Hans and his brothers will strike should they leave Arendelle.

Unable to convince her sister to tag along and grant permission, Anna secretly boards a ship and travels to Mist Haven, herself, in hopes of finding the truth to their parents' mysterious journey.

After arriving in the Enchanted Forest Mist Haven , Anna encounters David , as well as the infamously powerful sorcerer, Rumplestiltskin , who play crucial roles in her quest.

At sometimes afterward, Anna arrives home and reunites with Kristoff. She informed Kristoff that her parents did travel to the Enchanted Forest out of fear of Elsa, and they seek to use a box that contains the sorcerer's magical hat to rid Elsa of her powers.

When Kristoff asked how she is going to break this to Elsa, Anna says she has no idea what to tell her elder sister.

When she reunites with Elsa, Anna instead lied about her discovery, claiming their parents didn't find what they seek when they traveled to the Enchanted Forest.

Even more surprising is when Elsa introduced her to Ingrid the Snow Queen , their maternal aunt, who also possesses exactly the same abilities.

Despite Elsa's claim that Ingrid was a relative of theirs, Anna was suspicious, since their aunt isn't in any of the family's portrait or records.

After sharing this revelation with Kristoff, Anna decides to visit Grand Pabbie again to find out their family's secret involving Ingrid.

When Kristoff discusses Anna's decision to withhold the truth from Elsa, concerning what her parents did in the Enchanted Forest, Anna decides to keep hiding the truth from her sister until the time is right to tell her, which he supports.

After Anna departs to find more answers, she and Kristoff are unaware that Ingrid has been eavesdropping on their conversation the whole time.

Ingrid eventually kidnaps Anna and imprisons her within the castle's dungeon cell. Ingrid then admits that she wants a family of people like her and Elsa magically-inclined , but since she now considers Anna to be the "odd one out," due to having nothing in common with her and Elsa, and not fitting the perfect criteria as the third family member, Ingrid vows to find the perfect replacement and have what she desires: a family that loves her for who she is.

Ingrid manipulates her into thinking that Anna was planning to use a sorcerer's hat to absorb all of her abilities.

Learning that she is locked up in the dungeon cell, Elsa pays Anna visit and tells Anna that she doesn't believe their aunt's lies.

They now had plans to find the urn and trap Ingrid in it. As part of the plan, Anna was returned to the dungeon cell, where she'll ambush Ingrid when she comes to check up on her.

Unfortunately, Ingrid was onto their scheme, and Anna now found herself in chains and trapped in the cell with her.

Ingrid then uses a shard of mirror to place Anna under her spell, the Spell of Shattered Sight, resulting in Anna releasing her inner anger and resentment towards her elder sister.

As Elsa is bewildered at her little sister's venomous anger, Ingrid appears and admits she did it to show Anna's inner darkness, causing Elsa to realize her aunt has placed her sister under her spell.

Ingrid demands that Elsa freezes Anna to prevent her from trapping Elsa inside of the urn; however, Elsa refuses to hurt her sister and holds her arms against her sides.

In an unexpected twist, Anna, still under the spell's influence, unseals the urn and traps Elsa inside.

As she is slowly absorbed into the urn, Elsa tells her that no matter what she does, she will always love her. Recovering from the magic spell, Anna was horrified by what her aunt made her do to Elsa.

As Ingrid prepares to choke her to death, Kristoff arrives to save Anna, armed with only his ice pick. With her aunt finally consumed by her anger and overwhelm with disgust at how the couple sees her as a monster, Anna can only stand and watch as Ingrid uses her power to freeze both her, Kristoff, and Arendelle out of pure fury.

Thirty years later, after Ingrid begins to cast her Spell of Shattered Sight in the town of Storybrooke , Arendelle, along with Anna and Kristoff, finally thaws out.

While she contemplates on finding and freeing Elsa from Ingrid, Anna found a piece of gold straw on the floor that was left behind by Rumplestiltskin and deduced that he must have followed her to Arendelle and took Elsa from Ingrid while they were frozen.

As they start devising a plan to rescue Elsa from Rumplestiltskin, Hans and his brothers, who had recently been thawed out, barged in and declare Arendelle as his kingdom now.

As they figure out what to do next to rescue Elsa, Anna recalls reading in her mother's diary about a wishing star, which she assumes is used to grant a wish.

She remembers the journal stated her parents tracked the item to a man, a pirate by the name of Blackbeard. Anna and Kristoff bargain with Blackbeard for the wishing star, which they hope to use to find Elsa.

Unfortunately, they realize it's a trap as Hans and his brothers surround them. Blackbeard tells her about his past encounter with her parents who sought the wishing star, but they were unable to use it since the item needs someone with a pure heart.

Hans then takes the couple to a spot out at sea called Poseidon's Boneyard, the same spot where Anna and Elsa's parent's ship went down, hoping to dump the couple to the bottom of the sea.

The trunk is then shut and thrown into the sea, which sinks and fills with water. Kristoff managed to free himself and Anna from the binds.

Believing they will die, Anna begins reciting her marriage vows to Kristoff, though he insists they won't be married until they are out of danger.

They proclaim their love for each other as they're about meet their watery fate, but fortunately, due to the power of Elsa's belief in finding her sister and her possession of the wishing star, Anna's necklace for her and Kristoff's wedding, the trunk is transported to the shores of Storybrooke where the siblings reunite, along with their mother's message in a bottle.

Anna is led to the diner so the fairies can make a spell with her hair to counter Ingrid's imminent curse, since she'd been affected before and can't be again.

However, they find the fairies gone, courtesy of Killian under the control of Mr. Gold, the town's counterpart of Rumplestiltskin.

At the sheriff station, Anna reunites with David and meet his family: his wife Mary Margaret , their baby son Neal, and their daughter Emma, whom she and Kristoff had just recently met when they arrived.

With the spell just moments away, Elsa helps Kristoff handcuff himself to a desk before it approaches, while she, Anna and Emma brace for impact.

Though the three are immune to the spell's effects, Anna could only helplessly watch as Kristoff, trying to resist, is slowly affected.

With the town now affected, Mary Margaret and David argue with each other from their separate cell, and Kristoff begins to express his relief that Anna keeps postponing their wedding.

After fruitlessly trying to persuade Kristoff that it's Ingrid spell that causes him to say all the hurtful words about her, Anna left him to discuss with Emma and Elsa about the situation.

When Emma recalls her promise to give the people of Storybrooke their happy ending, Anna remember Ingrid's curse being similar to a myth called The Trolden Glass , in which she reveals that the curse can be broken by killing the person who had cast the spell, the king; meaning they have to do the same with Ingrid.

Before she and Elsa left to face Ingrid, with no other option since they can't reason with her, Emma leaves Anna to look after Neal.

As the town is thrown into utter chaos, Anna tried to dissolve Mary Margaret and David's quarrel by bringing up their early lives and how they met in the Enchanted Forest as Snow White and Prince Charming, but to no avail.

Later, Regina , affected by the spell and in her attire as the Evil Queen, arrive at the sheriff's station to look for Emma,but found Anna, Kristoff, Mary Margaret, and David locked up in their cells.

Despite Anna's attempt to calm her down, Regina teleported her and Kristoff to the beach they arrived from.

After a frustrated Kristoff attempt to swim back to Arendelle after giving up on the current event that transpires, Anna knocked him out with a bottle that carries her mother's message.

Anna discovers its content and decides to bring it to Elsa and Emma, who are confronting Ingrid in her lair. After arriving, Anna reveals to Elsa their mother's last words in the letter and read the whole thing out loud.

It's revealed that, before they died, their parents were wrong to keep the girls apart, as well as hiding Elsa and her abilities, along with Ingrid and Helga 's existence, from Arendelle.

The letter also shows their mother's instructions on how to restore the memories of the people of Arendelle with a memory stone of her elder sisters and how they should free Ingrid, and they should tell their aunt that she loved her and that she regretted deeply what she had done.

After reading the letter and seeing the good memories of her and her sisters, Ingrid realized that Anna is right and begins to regret her action.

Realizing her wrongs, Ingrid undoes her curse by sacrificing her own life. Before she dies, Ingrid returns Elsa and Emma's missing memories and Storybrooke returns to normal.

With Ingrid's redemption now complete, Anna and Elsa now seek to honor their mother's last wish to return to Arendelle to let its people know of Ingrid and Helga.

Following the end of Ingrid's curse, Hook, seemingly with Mr. Gold's help, informs the group that he discovers a door to Arendelle hidden in an abandoned mansion.

After they found the door that will take them back to Arendelle, and confront Hans, they thank Mary Margaret, David, and especially Emma for their good deeds, of which Anna thanks them for looking after her sister.

After Elsa and Kristoff walk into the portal, Anna starts to follow but stops to ask the three that she wanted to thank Hook and Gold, until she curiously asks about Mr.

Gold's identity when he was still living in the Enchanted Forest. She guesses, incorrectly, that he was a "fairy godfather", although David reveals that Mr.

Gold was actually Rumplestiltskin. To this, Anna reveals Rumplestiltskin lied about not knowing her or Elsa and tells them that she knows of him from their past encounter; causing Emma to suspect Mr.

Gold has not changed and has ulterior motives. At an unknown amount of time later, Arendelle has been reclaimed by the two sisters and Hans is dethroned; Anna even got her hand bruised from punching Hans in the face.

While in the castle's east wing preparing for her wedding with Kristoff, Anna discovers a portrait of Ingrid, Helga, and Gerda, which she places in the great hall.

Before the wedding starts, Elsa, struck by Anna's past decision to postpone the wedding to go to the Enchanted Forest, inquiries her on why she chose to do so.

Anna cheerfully reasons that she couldn't be happy if her big sister wasn't as well. With the wedding now in full swing, Elsa helps Anna walk down the aisle.

This series of stories follows the adventures of Anna and Elsa after the events of the film. Most of the tales focus on the sisters rebuilding the bond they've once shared, including Memory and Magic , where an eager young troll claims to have the power to restore the memories of Anna that Pabbie erased after the childhood incident.

However, a reluctant Elsa doesn't take kindly to the idea. In The Secret Admirer , Anna reveals herself to be an aspiring matchmaker, and leaps at the opportunity to pair Elsa off with a love interest after the latter received gifts from an anonymous admirer.

Anna Takes Charge looks into Anna's capabilities as sovereign of Arendelle, as she is left to rule the kingdom while Elsa is away for a period of time.

Having the people take the day off from planning a huge event which allows them to feel refreshed and work twice as hard the next day.

A strategy which Elsa who had previously had everyone working constantly to meet the deadline complimented.

The novel A Frozen Heart delves into the internal thoughts of both Anna and Hans, during the course of the original film, specifically pertaining to their overall relationship, in addition to their backstories and motivations.

Forest of Shadows takes place three years after the first movie and three months before Frozen 2. The Nattmara goes on a rampage through Arendelle, putting everyone in a sleep like state and continuing to grow.

The book also foreshadows events from the sequel such as a dream Anna has of the earth giants destroying the dam, and the epilogue contains Anna's thoughts during "Into the Unknown.

In during which, they meet the player, who had been brought to Arendelle by Olaf. Grand Pabbie tells the sisters that he senses great power coming from the player, prompting the sisters to enlist them in helping defeat the ghosts.

Anna can later be found in the marketplace. She, at one point, is the head of preparations for the Snowman Festival, and later travels to the Ice Palace to find blue crocuses for Elsa.

Her power from the medals was channeled by the Book of Prophecies. Her role is largely the same as it was in the film, but with her brief interactions with Sora , Donald , and Goofy during her search for Elsa.

Anna is first seen with Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf as they make their way up the North Mountain to Elsa's palace when they hear Sora's excited reaction to seeing Olaf, causing them to turn around and formally meet Sora, Donald, and Goofy, with Anna asking Olaf if he knows them, but Olaf says he doesn't recognize them.

When Sora mentions having just seen and met Elsa a short while ago, Anna has Kristoff take Sven and Olaf away so she can explain to Sora about her past with her big sister and Elsa's ice powers.

After Sora relates Anna's plight to his own past regarding Riku when he stayed behind with King Mickey Mouse to ensure the locking of Kingdom Hearts after defeating Ansem, Seeker of Darkness , Sora helps Anna and Kristoff with finding Olaf's parts as they had been scattered again.

After reassembling Olaf, Heartless show up prompting Sora, Donald, and Goofy to face them while Anna and the others proceed to find Elsa.

They then arrive to Elsa's castle, but Sora remained outside with Donald, Goofy, and Sven while Anna went in with Olaf and Kristoff to speak with her big sister.

However, in her panic and fear regarding casting Arendelle into an eternal winter with her powers, Elsa lashes out and hits Anna in her heart with them, though neither sister realizes this at first, while Sora clutches his own chest in pain when he realizes something bad has happened to Anna.

Elsa then conjures Marshmallow to get rid of Anna, Kristoff, and Olaf, forcing Sora, Donald, and Goofy to distract him to give Anna and the others time to escape.

Later on, Anna's curse has worsened to the point that she can barely walk across the frozen fjord as she struggles to find Kristoff in the hopes he can save her by breaking the curse with an "act of true love".

Though she soon spots him and tries to struggle towards him, she hears a sword being drawn, and spots Prince Hans about to execute Elsa, who is unaware as she lies on the ice, caught in her grief to not see the prince about to kill her.

Sacrificing her chance of saving herself, Anna rushes to her sister's aid, and places herself between Hans and Elsa, just as her curse reaches its zenith, and turns her into a solid ice statue, shattering Hans' sword and knocking him out cold.

However, the darkness in Hans' heart results in a large, wolf-like Heartless named Sköll being created from it, consuming Hans in the process, which Sora is forced to take down with support from Marshmallow, whom he convinced to help them due to Marshmallow's loyalty to protecting Elsa from harm.

After the Heartless is slain, Sora sees Elsa weeping over Anna's frozen body, but Anna's sacrifice to save her sister constituted an "act of true love", thawing her heart and restoring her to flesh and blood.

Before Sora can celebrate with the sisters, he is intercepted by Larxene , who is surprised that Anna's love for Elsa filled both of their hearts with light.

Despite Sora's worry about Larxene's fateful warning, he is assured that Anna and Elsa can handle it due to their strong love for each other.

Elsa then realizes that love is the key to controlling her powers, and is able to end Arendelle's winter. Anna celebrates the return of summer to Arendelle with her sister, Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven, alongside Sora, Donald, and Goofy, before the trio set off on their next adventure.

In the game's credits, Anna and Kristoff are sledding down the mountain before Elsa provides them an ice ramp to land safely.

Anna joins Elsa afterwards as Marshmallow arrives with Olaf having fallen to pieces again, but Olaf soon puts himself back together as Marshmallow smiles, while Anna and Elsa look on in amusement.

Anna appears in the puzzle game Frozen Free Fall as a companion character. Her special item is a torch. In Club Penguin , costumed versions of Anna in both her winter wear and coronation gown were featured in the episode "Frozen Party".

In Disney Emoji Blitz , Anna's emoji causes sunflowers to grow from the bottom and clear away other emojis. Featured Video.

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Anna Gallery Explore concept art and relive your favorite moments with Anna. Kristoff reassured Anna by telling her not to worry herself with his affairs.

He then exclaimed that she should worry about her hair, as it was slowly turning white; Kristoff concluded it to be a negative side effect of Elsa's magic.

Though the situation seemed dire, the ice harvester assured Anna that his friends would be able to help.

As the group neared the Valley of the Living Rock, Anna's curse began to intensify, causing her to shiver.

Concerned, Kristoff brought Anna over to a steam vent to warm her up. After the brief respite, the two pressed forward, and Kristoff revealed that his friends were more like family, having taken him in when he was just a child with Sven.

However, grateful as he was, Kristoff worried about making a good impression and warned Anna that his family could be "inappropriate", "loud", "stubborn", and "overbearing".

Sensing his nervousness, Anna cut Kristoff off and reassured him by saying that his family sounded wonderful. Bulda and the other trolls tried to make Anna realize her feelings for Kristoff.

His mind at ease, Kristoff then motioned around and introduced his family — rocks. As Kristoff proceeded to talk to the "rocks", Anna stood aghast while Olaf began to question Kristoff's sanity.

Proclaiming his love for Anna, Olaf discreetly told Anna to run while he distracted Kristoff and Sven.

As Anna began to walk away, Kristoff beckoned for her to stay, and the rocks suddenly began to roll towards him, revealing themselves to be trolls.

Anna watched as a female troll, Bulda , delightedly announced that Kristoff was home, prompting the other trolls to cheer wildly.

When the trolls finally noticed the princess, they erupted into more cheers, under the belief Kristoff had brought a girlfriend.

Though Anna and Kristoff told them they were mistaken, the trolls tried to get the pair to realize their feelings for one another and even set up a troll wedding ceremony.

But before the ceremony was completed, Anna collapsed, falling into Kristoff's arms and shivering from the effects of her curse.

Pabbie informed Anna that her frozen heart would result in her freezing to solid ice forever. At this, Pabbie revealed himself, stating that there was "strange magic" present.

Looking into Anna's eyes, Pabbie gravely informed the princess that, unless removed, the ice in her heart would cause her to freeze into solid ice, forever.

Worried, but still hopeful, Kristoff asked Pabbie if he could remove it. However, Pabbie sadly stated that "only an act of true love" could thaw a frozen heart.

After Bulda suggested a "true love's kiss", Anna shivered again, and more of her hair began to turn white.

Realizing the urgency of the situation, Kristoff stated that they had to get to Hans. Carrying Anna, Kristoff swiftly mounted his reindeer and told Olaf to climb on as Sven began galloping off to Arendelle.

Racing against time, Kristoff hurried to return Anna to Arendelle , hoping Hans could save her. By morning, Sven approached the outskirts of Arendelle.

While Sven charged through the snowy landscape, Anna continued to shiver and weaken in Kristoff's arms; trying his best to delay the curse, Kristoff gave Anna his hat and urged Sven to go faster.

As they neared the castle, Kristoff realized Olaf would be a strange sight and told him to keep out of view. Finally arriving at the castle gates, Kristoff prepared to bring Anna inside.

Despite her condition, Anna was still concerned about Kristoff, wondering if he would be okay; at this, Kristoff insisted that she not worry about his affairs.

The gates opened, and Kai, Gerda , and a handmaid rushed out to assist Anna. Before they brought the princess inside, Kristoff told them to get her warm and to find Hans immediately.

Just before the gates closed, Kristoff implored Kai to ensure Anna's safety. Kai and Gerda escorted Anna inside the library, where Hans was gathered with the Duke of Weselton and dignitaries ; upon seeing the princess, Hans immediately rushed over to help her.

As Anna fell into his arms, Hans remarked at how cold she was, to which she desperately replied that he had to kiss her.

Deciding to give the couple some privacy, Kai, Gerda, the Duke, and the dignitaries decided to leave the premises. Smiling malevolently, Hans revealed to Anna that he had no intention of saving her.

Alone with Hans, Anna explained that she had been struck by Elsa's magic, elaborating that the magic had froze her heart and could only be remedied by an act of true love.

Understanding this to mean "a true love's kiss", Hans took Anna's chin and, smiling tenderly, prepared to kiss her.

However, he came to a sudden stop and grinned malevolently, saying, "Oh, Anna. If only there was someone out there who loved you.

Pleased with the turn of events, Hans proceeded to shut the curtains and extinguish the candles while explaining his motivations to a perplexed Anna.

He revealed that as thirteenth in line, he was never going to inherit anything from his own kingdom and that he needed to marry into the throne elsewhere.

Hans noted that as the heir, Elsa would have been the preferable bride, but since no one ever made progress with her, and Anna was so willing to marry him, he formulated a plan to marry Anna and then kill Elsa.

At this point, Hans poured water into the fireplace, putting out the flames and causing the library's temperature to drop.

Hans continued to explain that with her flight, Elsa "doomed herself". He then gloatingly informed Anna that he would kill Elsa to restore summer, assuming the throne as Arendelle's savior.

With horror, Anna realized Hans had never loved her and was intent on leaving her to die to further his own agenda. Though weakened from the curse and the cold atmosphere of the library, Anna resolutely told Hans that he would prove no match for her sister.

But Hans merely mocked Anna, stating that it was she who was no match for Elsa; utterly confident in his plans for usurpation, Hans turned to exit the library, leaving Anna to perish inside.

Anna stumbled to the locked door and struggled with the door handle but to no avail. As she collapsed, Anna hoarsely begged for help, and her hair turned completely white.

After Hans left, a blizzard began overtaking the castle, plunging temperatures even lower, and Anna noticed the library ceiling was being coated in ice.

The handle of the library door suddenly jiggled, but all Anna could muster was a barely audible whisper for help. Following some more jiggling, the door finally swung open and Olaf waddled in, his happiness fading into concern upon seeing Anna lying on the floor.

Acting fast, Olaf quickly started the fire anew; horrified, Anna warned Olaf to get away, but fixated on keeping the princess warm, Olaf disregarded the warning and brought her close to the fireplace.

With Anna's resolve fading, Olaf tried to keep the princess' spirits high and taught her what love really was. Feeling that Anna was safe for the moment, Olaf asked about Hans and his kiss.

Anna sadly replied that she was wrong about Hans and that what they had was not true love. At this, Olaf was disheartened, and Anna implored him once more to get away from the fire, lest he melt.

However, Olaf was adamant about staying until they found a way to save her. Utterly defeated, Anna stated that she did not even know what love was.

Still optimistic, Olaf encouraged Anna, reassuring her that he knew: "Love is Upon Olaf's usage of Kristoff to demonstrate his point, Anna slowly realized that the ice harvester loved her.

Suddenly, the winds from the storm caused a window to burst open; as he went to shut it, Olaf gleefully noticed that Kristoff was rushing back to Arendelle.

Filled with new determination, Anna asked Olaf to help her up, hoping to reunite with the ice harvester. As the snowman helped Anna to her feet, the blizzard's strength began to intensify, and ice spikes started to form in the castle, threatening to trap the pair within.

The duo managed to escape from a window, but upon reaching the frozen fjord, Olaf was blown away by the winds, leaving Anna to traverse the icy landscape alone.

In the whiteout, Anna was blinded and had to resort to calling out desperately for Kristoff.

Her hands began to frost over to an icy blue, and though Anna determinedly stumbled onward, she realized that time was running out.

Anna was unaware of it, but her voice managed to reach the ice harvester, who struggled to locate its source.

Suddenly, the storm came to a halt, and Anna's path to Kristoff became clear. Noticing her sister's plight, Anna abandoned any hope of saving herself and threw herself between Hans and Elsa.

Wasting no time, Kristoff hurried forward, and Anna did her best to push on towards him. But the sound of a sword being drawn from a scabbard pierced the silence, capturing Anna's attention.

She turned to see Hans, readying to strike down her fallen sister. Giving Kristoff a final, longing look, Anna put the last reserves of her strength into rushing to Elsa's aid.

As Hans' sword came down to strike Elsa, Anna managed to intercept the blow just as she froze into solid ice; the resulting impact shattered the sword into many pieces and knocked Hans off his feet.

Taking notice of her sister's frozen form, Elsa rose to her feet and despairingly clutched Anna's face before embracing her and crying.

Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf all somberly observed Elsa's mourning from afar. On the castle walls, the gathered dignitaries and citizens silently bowed their heads, acknowledging Anna's sacrifice.

Anna's sacrifice constituted an act of true love, resulting in the thawing of her icy form. Though all seemed lost, Anna's form began to thaw, and the princess emerged from her comatose state alive and well.

Upon discovering Anna was alive, Elsa embraced her sister, touched by Anna's sacrifice. When Anna told Elsa she loved her, Olaf suddenly understood what had happened, excitedly exclaiming that Anna's sacrifice was an act of true love and that it had thawed her frozen heart.

Elsa took a moment to process Olaf's statement and realized that "love will thaw". With newfound confidence, Elsa looked to Anna and then lifted her arms, causing ice and snow to rise into the air.

Gathering the snow into a giant snowflake in the sky, Elsa waved her hands and the snowflake dissipated, resulting in a clear summer sky.

Happy, Elsa turned to Anna, who expressed that she always knew Elsa would be able to thaw Arendelle. Anna then worriedly noticed that Olaf had begun to melt in the summer heat, but Elsa acted quickly, bestowing Olaf with a personal flurry to keep him cool.

The peaceful and happy atmosphere was interrupted by Hans awakening and getting to his feet. Angry at Hans' actions, Kristoff went to confront the prince but was stopped by Anna, who calmly walked over herself.

Surprised to see Anna alive, Hans remarked that Elsa had froze her heart; in retaliation, Anna mocked Hans, saying that the only frozen heart present was his.

She then punched Hans in the face, knocking him into the waters of the fjord below. Satisfied, Anna turned once more to Elsa and happily embraced her.

Over Anna's shoulder, Kristoff met her eyes and she smiled brightly in return. With Arendelle at peace, Hans and the Duke of Weselton were expelled from the kingdom.

On the docks, Anna excitedly rushed to show Kristoff his new sled, and though he was initially reluctant to accept the gift, Kristoff accepted after Anna informed him that the queen had named him the official "Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer".

When asked if he liked the gift, Kristoff swept Anna off her feet and said he loved it, accidentally slipping that he could kiss her. Embarrassed at this comment, Kristoff nervously stammered until Anna kissed him on cheek; emboldened, Kristoff affectionately kissed her back, signifying the start of their romantic relationship.

With summer's return to Arendelle, Anna and Elsa were reunited at long last. Later, the gates to the castle were opened, and the whole village made its way inside the castle courtyard , where Elsa created an ice rink.

Looking to her sister, Anna commented on how she liked the open gates, and Elsa assured her that they were "never closing them again". She then bestowed upon Anna a pair of literal ice skates, which Anna referred to as "beautiful".

Though Anna claimed she did not skate, Elsa enthusiastically pulled her sister along, and with Olaf's help, she coached Anna.

Enjoying the summer day with Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, and the villagers, the two sisters happily skated along, the rift between them healed at long last.

Anna helped usher in the start of the holidays by ringing the Yule bell. For their first Christmas together in thirteen years, Anna and Elsa prepared a surprise party for the kingdom.

Anna went into the dining hall and admired the setup; she tried to take some kransekake from the feast, only for Olaf to burst from it.

Anna told him that he couldn't reveal the surprise just yet. Anna expressed excitement at Arendelle's first Christmas in forever, and went out into the courtyard with Elsa and Olaf to greet the citizens.

After Elsa declared the holidays to have begun, Anna told Olaf he could now share the surprise.

However, everyone started to leave the courtyard, leading Anna to enquire as to why everyone was leaving so soon. All the people she spoke to replied that they had to go and prepare their family traditions.

This left Anna and Elsa feeling slightly uncertain, but Kristoff assured the sisters that they didn't need a big party, and explained his tradition to them through a ballad.

Anna was receptive to the tradition, but hesitant at Kristoff's offer of his traditional stew. Anna, Elsa and Olaf then returned to the dining hall.

When Olaf asked what their family tradition was, Anna asked Elsa if she could remember any from their childhood.

When Elsa only remembered ringing the Yule bell, Anna pointed out that was for the kingdom; Elsa apologised, saying that it was her fault they did not have a tradition.

She left the hall, closing the door behind her. Anna tried to follow her but instead let out a sigh, and walked away.

Anna was in an attic space above her bedroom where Elsa found her looking for traditions; in her search, she found possessions from her childhood in her old trunk.

The sisters then looked in Elsa's chest, which was mainly filled with gloves. Anna also found a beloved childhood toy , before Elsa set eyes on a box, and the possible solution to their woe.

She showed Anna the contents of the box, at which she gasped. Despite all the time spent apart, Olaf was a reminder of the connection Anna still shared with Elsa.

Anna was on hand to interpret Sven's message that Olaf was lost in the forest; she, Elsa and Kristoff then gathered a search party, and travelled into the forest to find him.

After some searching, Anna and Elsa found him covered in snow by a tree. He explained that he went looking for traditions for them, but ultimately failed.

Anna and Elsa then explained to him that he was their tradition; during their years apart, Anna had made gifts for Elsa, the theme always being Olaf.

He was what kept them connected during their years apart, and was what reminded them that they still loved each other.

Anna, and the party, made their way back towards Arendelle. On the way, they stopped on a frozen lake. Elsa created a table from ice where food was laid down.

She also took Anna with her towards the centre of the lake, where she generated a large Christmas tree. Anna removed a figurine of Olaf from the box of gifts, which Elsa froze inside a star, and had Olaf place on top of the tree.

Anna and her family then stood in admiration at the spectacle. On the day of her nineteenth birthday , Anna was roused by Elsa, who had worked hard to create the perfect birthday experience.

After putting on a new dress, Anna noticed that Elsa was sneezing and worried that she was sick. Elsa, however, dismissed Anna's concerns and proceeded to spruce up both of their dresses and told her sister to follow a red string that would lead to presents scattered throughout the castle and Arendelle.

After riding a bike through the castle's halls and down a spiral staircase, Anna and Elsa clambered out of a window to head into the village.

As she picked up more presents, Anna grew increasingly concerned about Elsa's state. In the village square, Anna encountered a group of children, who sang a song for her, and Oaken, who offered Elsa a cold remedy.

Though her sister refused the offer, Anna sensed that the medicine would be needed and took it. Anna's fears were confirmed when she had to intervene to save Elsa from falling off the clock tower.

Informing her sister that the rest of the celebration would have to be postponed, Anna got Elsa to admit that she had a cold. Anna told her bedridden sister that taking care of her was the best birthday present ever.

As the sisters walked back to the castle, Elsa apologized for ruining what was meant to be a perfect birthday, to which Anna assured Elsa that nothing had been ruined and told her to rest in bed.

When the gates opened, Anna beheld her surprise party and was impressed with how Kristoff, Sven, Olaf, a few of Arendelle's citizens, and a large group of miniature snowmen called Snowgies worked together to present the cake.

After Elsa went to blow the birthday bukkehorn, Anna turned her focus back to her sister and helped her to bed.

With Elsa in bed, Anna gave her some warm soup and told her that the chance to take care of her was the best birthday present she could ever ask for.

Anna assured Olaf that despite the changes in life, some things never change. Three years later, in the autumn, Anna was still enjoying the time she had with her family and her kingdom.

Anna went up the hill from the town to a pumpkin patch where Olaf was basking in the sun. Olaf became philosophical, noting the imperamence of things.

Anna reassured him by explaining how much she enjoyed her time, and while somethings changed, others did not.

Later that day she and Olaf joined Kristoff in the town square; the citizens gathered in celebration of the harvest, where Elsa also joined them.

That evening Anna and her family retired to the castle. After reassuring her about how well she was doing as queen, Anna went on to say that she would always be there for Elsa.

In the library Anna enthusiastically took part in a game of charades. After Elsa became distracted and went to her room, saying she was tired, Anna became concerned.

During the night, Anna awoke to find the air filled with frozen crystals, all throughout Arendelle.

When the crystals fell from the sky, Anna, with the rest of the castle staff, proceeded to the courtyard, where they observed the fountains run dry.

After the wind picked up into a violent gale, Anna and the rest of the citizens evacuated to the cliffs above Arendelle.

Once everyone was safe, Anna was able to ask Elsa why she had not told her of the voice the latter was hearing. Elsa then revealed to Anna that she had awoke the spirits of the Enchanted Forest.

Grand Pabbie and the trolls then arrived, and Pabbie explained that the elements were angry, and if the source of their rage was not fixed, he foresaw no future for Arendelle.

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Film critics praised Anna's determination and enthusiasm in her personality and Bell for her performance in the films. Attempts to produce an adaption of " The Snow Queen " in the Disney studio dated back to , when Walt Disney considered collaborating with Samuel Goldwyn to produce a biography film of Hans Christian Andersen.

However, the story and particularly the Snow Queen character proved to be too problematic to Disney and his animators. Namely one of the troubles they encountered was that the original story lacked necessary interaction between the main protagonist , Gerda who later served as an inspiration for Anna , and the Snow Queen.

Most obviously, Andersen's version did not feature any confrontation between them: when brave little Gerda enters the Snow Queen's ice castle and sheds her tears on Kay, the Snow Queen is nowhere to be seen.

There just was not enough character conflict to form a full-length feature. At the time, the project was planned to be traditionally animated under the name of Anna and the Snow Queen.

However, by early , the project encountered the same problem and was stuck again. It's very hard to translate symbolism into concrete things.

Film is concrete, so you translate it. After the success of Tangled , on December 22, , Disney announced a release date, November 27, , for the film, together with a new title, Frozen , and Peter Del Vecho and John Lasseter took up as the project's producers.

Once the film was revived again, one of the main challenges for Buck and his team was the character. The original character of Gerda, known as Anna, was one of the three major characters in the script at this time, along with the Snow Queen, Elsa and Kristoff , loosely based on Kay.

The characters were not considered to be well-rounded [10] or relatable, but an interpersonal, family dynamic was created once Anna and Elsa were established as sisters, an idea suggested by someone on the writing team that no one remembered who.

The only thing she really has in her, she's not a superhero or anything, but she has love. And it's love that conquers fear in the end.

On March 5, , Kristen Bell was cast to voice the adult Anna. And we wanted the singing to be done by real-sounding kids, not necessarily Broadway kids.

Talking about her feelings when she got the part, Bell expressed, "Since I was 4 years old, I dreamed of being in a Disney animated film," she said.

It seemed like it would be a very unrealistic one. I love Aladdin. Because I think it was a shift that Disney had, where a female lead—the "princess," I guess—didn't just want to find her mate.

She was singing "I want to be where the people are. I want to see the world. I want to venture outside my comfort zone. The two directors, Buck and Lee, were also impressed by how Kristen and Idina related.

It's really good music. They're amazing to work for. Director Jennifer Lee strongly believed that there could not be any other Anna but Kristen Bell, saying, "It was definitely a wonderful surprise hearing her voice [during auditions], not knowing that she had been classically trained.

Also, she had such a warm, sweet voice. She was everything that we could've hoped for Anna. We did a lot of casting to find Anna, but she just hit it out of the park.

From the beginning we loved her, and she just kind of became Anna and Anna became her. I don't know which one is which.

I quickly found out and need to constantly tell her because she doesn't tell anybody else! She's always playing it down. During production, Bell and Menzel had to do a lot of recordings and re-recordings, and were required to be together in the same room when on the key emotional scenes between Anna and Elsa.

That really helped elevate the song because they have a duet in the movie and it definitely helped drive that," said producer Peter Del Vecho.

Chris Buck later commented that getting the actresses in together as much as they could helped add the real, amazing chemistry between them and made them really interact.

Anna in particular and the whole film in general had undergone a number of changes in the story, most notably making the heroine the younger sister of the Snow Queen.

There are elements of it that we didn't land on with Anna until late into production, so we changed some of the animation to support it.

Her sister was born with a condition that's shaped a world where Anna doesn't belong. Anna is more daring than graceful and, at times, can act before she thinks.

She longs to reconnect with her sister, Elsa, as they were close during their childhood. When Elsa accidentally unleashes a magical secret that locks the kingdom of Arendelle in an eternal winter, Anna embarks on a dangerous adventure to make things right.

Armed with only her fearlessness, a never-give-up attitude and her faith in others, Anna is determined to save both her kingdom and her family.

In order to have one person fully understand and develop their own character, as well as later be able to impart that to the crew, the film's directors and producers decided to have character leads and supervising animators on specific characters.

To achieve this, she had to act out part of a sequence in the movie between Anna and Kristoff for a number of times, each of them emphasizing the character's gestures differently.

Bell said that at first Anna was written plainer and more general. She was kind of specific and very girly," which Bell did not find appealing.

She admitted that she had always wanted to be part of Disney animated feature, but she "wanted to be a very specific type of princess", who "was way more awkward than the normal princesses", not someone with too good postures or too well-spoken.

They were responsive and allowed the actress to mould the character the way she wanted, since they wanted the film to be truthful.

Bell wanted Anna's words to reflect what she herself would say in real life, which included some "nonsensical rambling".

You're not awkward. Me, I'm awkward. You're gorgeous. Then you have hair in your mouth, and you start coughing. The animators totally got what I was trying to do.

It's cool, and way more fun when stuff is realistic like that, instead of the perfection of waking up with mascara on.

When asked about Anna's biggest charm, Bell said that "her charm is caught somewhere between her sincerity and optimism.

Anna is genuine, sincere and compounded with optimism, and eternally optimistic people are the most charismatic people, much more attractive than those with a bad mood.

She runs around, because she wants friends. Anna wants the world and she wants to explore, but she also wants to nurture the relationships around her, particularly the family relationship.

Regarding Bell's influence on Anna, director Chris Buck said her personality was just so fun and energetic. Director Jennifer Lee said that she loved Bell because the actress shared a similarity with her, that girls could be funny.

Anna's costumes in the film were informed by the research of Norwegian clothing styles. Based on these findings, art director Brittney Lee and her team later found out what materials should be used for the costumes.

The animators also took into account the climate that Anna is living in, costuming her in heavy wools and velvets, reflecting traditional winter clothing of the Scandinavian area.

In order to deepen the cultural context of the film, rosemaling , a traditional form of Norwegian decorative folk art, was added to almost every character's costumes.

As these characters are running around in the snow, they have to have petticoats, undergarments, capes, "and they have all these layers and layers of things that are all meticulously designed," Brittney explained.

Anna has distinguishable facial features of a typical Disney heroine, including big eyes, thin lips and a small nose.

Her physical appearance has drawn much comparison between her and Rapunzel from Tangled , however there are considerable differences between them.

Anna's eyes are slightly more upturned, her cheeks are a bit fuller, her face and chin are generally rounder, and her eyebrows and eyelashes are thicker than Rapunzel's.

She also has more freckles than Rapunzel and has them on her shoulders. Anna's eyebrows wrinkle when they move, and she has prevalent neck muscles that appear when she speaks.

At the time of its original theatrical release in , Frozen numbered 43 versions all over the world, to which 3 more versions were added in the following years, along with some unofficial versions, created by independent studios around the world.

In , Frozen II was released in 47 versions worldwide, including a special Sami-language dubbing, created specifically for this movie for the inspiration it took from the Sami culture.

Serena Rossi , along with the whole Italian version of Frozen , was awarded best foreign dubbing worldwide.

Anna is the younger child in the royal family of Arendelle, whose older sister, Elsa is born with the power to create and control ice and snow while Anna wasn't known for being born any magic.

As children, they enjoy the life of princesses using Elsa's abilities to create a winter wonderland for their enjoyment.

One night,after they create a snowman named Olaf in the throne room, Elsa accidentally strikes Anna in the head with her magic, which the impact knocks the latter out cold.

The king and queen hurriedly take Anna to the mountain trolls for help. The troll king, Pabbie, heals her but erases her memory of Elsa's magic, which only remains leaving the memories of the fun the sisters shared.

Pabbie warns Elsa to control her powers as strike to Anna's heart would have been fatal but as she was struck in the head, she was lucky to have been healed while the heart would have been more difficult.

In an effort to protect Anna, the king and queen lock the castle gates and generally restrict Elsa to her bedroom.

Confused by the sudden loss of contact by Elsa, Anna makes repeated failed attempts to draw her out of her room.

Elsa cares too much for her sister, traumatized by the near-death experience and she resists reconnecting with Anna.

Eventually, the younger sister ceases trying to rekindle their bond as they grow into young adults.

The sisters become even more isolated from each other after their parents, the King and Queen of Arendelle, die in a shipwreck from an unknown 2-week voyage.

Devastated by the news, Anna tries to reunite with her sister, looking for love and comfort in the tragedy.

Elsa remains in her room, not attending her parents' funeral Three years later, when Elsa becomes a young adult, she is set to be crowned queen.

The people of Arendelle are joyously preparing for her coronation day. Anna is flushed with excitement as the castle gates are opened for the first time since the sisters' childhood.

The young princess expresses how cheerful she is when she leaves her lonely life and meets people, as well as her hopes to find romance and a love interest.

Despite the awkward meeting at first, the pair quickly get acquainted and develop a mutual attraction for each other.

Though Elsa fears of her secret being revealed to the public, her coronation goes on without incident. At the reception party, Anna is offered a waltz from Hans and the two have a date around the kingdom.

They later find out that they have much in common, and Anna agrees to Hans' marriage proposal. Anna asks for Elsa's blessing to marry Hans, but she refuses and criticizes her for engaging with someone she has just met.

This raises an argument between the two with Anna losing her temper, culminating in Elsa getting angry as well and accidentally exposing her abilities.

Upon the guests' horrified reactions, Elsa flees the castle in panic and goes into hiding in the icy mountains.

During her retreat, she inadvertently unleashes an eternal winter throughout all of the kingdom of Arendelle. Far from there, Elsa decides to let go of her powers and build an enormous ice palace.

At a trading post on her journey, Anna meets a mountain man named Kristoff, an ice harvester who agrees to lead her to the North Mountain, where he knows that a magical phenomenon has occurred and helps her escape a pack of wolves, resulting in his sled being destroyed after falling down into a large hole and catching fire.

The duo and Kristoff's reindeer Sven , are chased by wolves on the way and encounter Elsa's snowman, Olaf, who was unknowingly brought to life by Elsa and later leads them to her palace.

The sisters reunite, but Elsa is reluctant to help Anna by ending the eternal winter. Upset, she loses control of her powers, striking Anna in her heart, which ends up slowly weakening and soon becoming extremely cold as well along with other dangerous freezing side-effects.

Desperate to get her sister to leave, Elsa creates a giant snow creature, named Marshmallow by Olaf , and it throws Anna and her friends away from the palace.

After escaping, Kristoff asks Anna what's next of their journey but Anna begins to have a panic-attack of worrying about Elsa, their kingdom, and Kristoff's ice business.

The latter reassures the princess that his ice business is no longer his priority and that everything will be ok. But just when things were calming down, a shock of Anna's hair turning white as a part of the curse Elsa accidentally put her sister on , leads Kristoff takes her back to his adoptive family of trolls.

Although the trolls think the two are in love and the duo denying any romance between them, Anna and Kristoff soon come to silently to realize their own feelings for each other despite Anna still being engaged to Hans.

As an unexpected wedding between them is about to start, Anna collapses and almost loses consciousness as her frozen heart curse increases more in its power.

Grand Pabbie sadly tells Anna and Kristoff that Anna's heart been accidentally frozen by her sister Elsa with her magic and although he's quite powerful with strong magic of his own , only an act of true love can save her from freezing completely.

Kristoff, believing that a romantic kiss from Hans will heal her as suggested by his troll adoptive mother , takes Anna back to the kingdom.

Meanwhile, Hans has led a group of soldiers to the ice palace in a search for Anna. Elsa's defenses are not enough and she is taken back to Arendelle's dungeon unconscious when Hans strikes a bow-and-arrow from one of Weselton's guards toward the palace's icy chandelier.

At the castle, Anna's request for a kiss is denied by Hans, who reveals their engagement was merely a ploy to seize the throne of Arendelle.

He locks Anna in her room without a fire, leaving her to freeze to death and die. Hans falsely claims that Anna is already dead and that they spoke their marriage vows before she died, making him the new ruler of Arendelle.

Olaf aids Anna in helping her learn what love is as she confessed that she deep down didn't know much about unlike before with her argument with Elsa from the coronation incident.

As he comforts her, Olaf also reveals to her Kristoff's love for her. Realizing her mutual true love feelings for the latter, Anna, with Olaf's help , races against time to reunite with him in order to break her curse.

Elsa also escapes into the fjord, but her fears triggers a massive whiteout blizzard, but breaks down in shock when Hans tells her that she "killed" Anna and the blizzard comes to a screeching halt.

While the end of the storm allows Anna to reunite with Kristoff, she sees Hans ready to kill Elsa, and with her final breath and strength, as her curse begins to reach its end, she stops him from killing her sister and inadvertently knocks him unconscious just as she freezes solid As Elsa grieves for her sister as well as the only family she had left , Anna begins to thaw, since her choice to sacrifice herself to save her elder sister rather than herself constitutes "an act of true love".

Upon learning that Anna saved her because of her love for her older sister, Elsa discovers that love is the key to controlling her powers and is able to thaw the kingdom as she uses her magic safely in public.

Anna confronts Hans, who thought Elsa froze her heart. But Anna mocks him and says that he is the only one with the frozen heart not her , and punches him in the face, making him fall off the ship into the water.

She then buys Kristoff a previously-promised new sled and they share a kiss, starting their new relationship. Anna and Elsa's sisterly bond is then rekindled, with Elsa promising never to shut the castle gates again, much to Anna's joy.

Nearly a year after the events of the first movie, Elsa throws a birthday party for Anna. However Anna discovers, through Elsa's continuous sneezing that Elsa has caught a cold.

Despite trying to make the party perfect for her sister to make up for all the previous ones in the past, Elsa's sneezes begin to create tiny snowmen the snowgies , which try to take the cake for themselves, and Elsa nearly falls off the clocktower due to her condition, only to be rescued by her sister.

Meanwhile, after the party, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf help transport the snowmen to Elsa's ice palace in the mountains to live with Marshmallow.

In Olaf's Frozen Adventure , it is the first holiday season after the castle gates have reopened. To commemorate the occasion and "ring in the season", Anna and Elsa plan a surprise Christmas party for Arendelle's people, though the two sisters soon come to realize that their own family lacks traditions as a result of their lengthy isolation which makes Anna really upset.

Olaf, meanwhile, makes it his mission to find a holiday tradition for the sisters to share. While Olaf's efforts are unsuccessful, the sisters later go through some of their old childhood possessions and realize that they did have a holiday tradition after all.

Every year for Christmas, Anna would make some artwork of Olaf and slip it under Elsa's door that helped keep them connected while they were separate and Elsa would then keep it all in a box.

Anna and Elsa together, alongside the Disney Princesses and Moana , appear in the film, as was announced at the D23 Expo. In the flashback sequence, some time before the first film takes place, a young Anna and Elsa listens to a bedtime story from their father, King Agnarr.

Agnarr tells them their grandfather, King Runeard, established a treaty with the neighboring tribe of Northuldra by building a dam in their homeland, the Enchanted Forest thirty-four years ago.

At the ceremony, a fight breaks out, resulting in Runeard's death as he falls off a cliff along with the Northuldran warrior whom he was trying to strike down.

The battle enrages the elemental spirits of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water of the forest and the spirits disappear then a wall of mist descends on the Enchanted Forest, trapping everyone inside.

Agnarr, though, manages to escape with the help of an unknown savior, who saves him from the war and the two return to Arendelle as the next King and Queen.

Three years after the events of Frozen , Anna celebrates the arrival of autumn in the kingdom with Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven.

One night, when everyone has fallen asleep, Elsa hears and follows a mysterious voice calling out to her, and unintentionally awakens the elemental spirits.

The spirits disrupts Arendelle, forcing everyone including Anna to evacuate. Grand Pabbie and the Trolls arrive; Pabbie tells Anna and Elsa the spirits are angry over a past event, and they must discover the truth and set things right.

The Wind spirit named Gale by Olaf , appears and sweeps everyone up in a vortex, where in which it causes Anna to clutch her stomach from feeling extremely sick and nauseous.

To avoid throwing up, she tries covering her hands to her mouth but it only worsens her nausea. Although Olaf offered to hold her hair back while she was nearly on the verge of really puking, he couldn't since his arms were in the back of his head without his knowledge.

Besides getting sick, Anna also almost harmed severely by a damaged tree, until it's stopped by Elsa's powers, which then formed a number of ice sculptures.

Anna and Elsa discover the sculptures to be images from their father's past, and that their mother Iduna was a Northuldran who saved their father's life all those years ago.

The party soon encounters the Northuldra tribe and a group of Arendellian soldiers, still in conflict with one another.

The Fire spirit appears where Anna almost gets killed from inhaling in too much smoke while trying to keep her sister safe as well as trying to be careful; only to be saved by Elsa and Kristoff.

Elsa soon discovers the Fire spirit to be an agitated magical salamander and manages to calms it down with her powers and soothing it.

When Elsa confronts Anna about following her and nearly getting killed in the fire, Anna tearfully admits that she only went in there because she thought Elsa wasn't being careful and didn't want to lose her.

The latter then apologizes to her, putting on their mother's cloak for comfort which shocks the Northuldras and Arendellians.

Anna and Elsa explains their parentage to the Northuldra and the Arendellian soldiers, forming a truce between them.

Later, they learn of the existence of a fifth spirit that will unite the people with the magic of nature. Anna and Elsa continue to head north with Olaf.

They discover their parents' shipwreck and a map to Ahtohallan, a mythical river told by their mother to contain memories of the past.

Feeling guilty of her and Anna's parents' deaths, Elsa decides to travel alone and sends Anna and Olaf away, which deeply hurts Anna.

Elsa reaches Ahtohallan, along the way taming Nokk , the Water spirit that guards the sea to Ahtohallan. Elsa discover the voice to be her mother's call, that her powers was a gift from the magic of nature for Iduna's selfless act of saving Agnarr, and that she is the fifth spirit.

Continuing deeper into Ahtohallan, Elsa discovers the dam to be a ruse to reduce the Northuldran' resources, as Runeard disliked the tribe's connection to magic, and that Runeard also initiated the conflict by killing the Northuldran leader.

Elsa sends the information to Anna before she becomes frozen due to venturing too deep into Ahtohallan in an similar way Anna did when was under frozen heart curse in the previous film , which causes Olaf to fade away due to the loss of Elsa's magic and it not being present.

Though heart-broken of the presumed loss of her sister and best friend, Anna receives Elsa's message, as she concludes the dam must be destroyed to right the past.

Elsa thaws out from Anna's actions of destroying the bridge and rides Nokk back to Arendelle, stopping the flood of water released by the dam from destroying the kingdom.

One of the spirits then reveals to Anna that Elsa is alive and well as they reunite and reconcile with one another.

Elsa and Anna then revive Olaf, as he mentioned before that "water has memory" and Kristoff finally works up the courage to propose to Anna, which she ecstatically accepts.

Elsa also explains to Anna that they are now the bridge between the people and the spirits as she puts it: the bridge has two sides just like their mother gave birth to both of them.

Sometime later, Elsa abdicates the throne, making Anna the new Queen of Arendelle while Elsa becomes the protector of the Enchanted Forest, and promises regularly visits Arendelle to spend time with the ones she loves On November 6, , Disney Consumer Products began releasing a line of merchandise featuring Anna in Disney Store and other retailers.

In Walt Disney World , the sisters had their debut on October 22, , in a temporary attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios while their main attractions in Epcot were being built, [74] then officially made appearances in the Norway Pavilion of Epcot on November 2, , [75] alongside a gallery of Norwegian culture which the film's setting and design drew inspirations from.

Anna made a few appearances in Disney California Adventure 's Winter Dreams , a minute, winter-themed new show of the nighttime spectacle World of Color with Olaf, the show's host, and Elsa.

It premiered June 13, , and preceded performances of Mickey 's Soundsational Parade. The sisters also made appearances in For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration , where they were joined by royal historians to retell the history of Arendelle; and "Frozen" Fireworks Spectacular alongside Kristoff and Olaf, a fireworks display set to the music of Frozen.

The location includes products inspired by Anna, Elsa, and Olaf. While there had not been any official announcements from Disney regarding a coronation for Anna and Elsa, it had been announced in late August that a special character meal would be held by a group of travel agents in the morning of September 24, While not officially organized by Disney, the event, called My Royal Coronation , would feature the official Anna and Elsa characters owned by Disney with assistance from the company.

The attraction features the kingdom of Arendelle with music and scenes from the film, as well as meet-and-greets with Anna and Elsa.

In addition, the Storybook Land Canal Boats at Disneyland were updated to include the village of Arendelle from the film, including Anna and Elsa's castle.

Beginning May 22, , Disneyland debuted a new nighttime parade called " Paint the Night ", which includes a Frozen float featuring Anna, Elsa, and Olaf, as part of the park's 60th anniversary celebration.

She is portrayed by Elizabeth Lail. Patti Murin originated the role of Anna in the Broadway musical , which opened in March Kristen Bell was lauded for her performance as Anna in the film.

Michelle Im, writing for the Eye of the Tiger referred to the character as "bubbly and spirited", and commented, "Not only was [Bell] able to nail those vibratos and belting notes in her songs, it was actually her singing them.

Anna still has an infatuation with the charming Hans and romantic chemistry with the flustered Kristoff, but her greatest love is for her sister.

She's an incredibly sympathetic character, and it's a fresh spin on depicting estrangement between siblings. Anna has so much life and enthusiasm, and we want to see her share it with Elsa.

This journey sends her on a difficult adventure in which she learns about both sacrifice and love. However, the character was not without criticisms.

Michelle Im from the Eye of the Tiger referred to Anna's falling immediately in love with a prince as the only personal development in her character, and found it "disappointing" in comparison with Elsa's emotionally evolving personality.

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Not wishing to agitate the creature, Kristoff warned Anna to let the snowman be. Feigning calmness, Anna slowly turned away but suddenly retaliated by throwing a snowball.

Though the snowball had no visible effect, the snowman was enraged and roared, causing ice spikes to erupt from his joints. After Anna agitated the snow monster , she and Kristoff desperately tried to outrun him.

Realizing the danger, Olaf volunteered to distract the snow monster to provide Anna and Kristoff enough time to escape.

The duo slid down a steep slope, but Elsa's snow monster managed to keep pace. In an attempt to deter the creature, Anna grabbed the branch of a sagging tree, causing the tree to snap upright and knock their assailant back.

But Anna and Kristoff had little time to celebrate, for they found themselves trapped at edge of a cliff. Kristoff prepared the two of them for descent by tying a rope and making a snow anchor.

However, Elsa's guard was beginning to catch up once again and threw a tree to herald his approach. Impulsively, Anna jumped from the cliff, pulling Kristoff over the edge with her.

At that moment, Olaf reappeared, believing that they had finally escaped "Marshmallow". In reality, Marshmallow was behind Olaf and approached Kristoff's snow anchor, despite the smaller snowman's attempts to stop him.

After flicking Olaf from his leg, Marshmallow began to pull on the rope, smashing Kristoff's head into the cliff in the process, to Anna's dismay.

After he brought the pair to eye-level, Marshmallow bellowed at them, telling them not to return. Acquiescing to the demand, Anna grabbed Kristoff's knife and cut the rope, enabling the duo to fall from Marshmallow's clutches, landing in the soft snow two hundred feet below.

Safe at last, Anna turned to her companions; though Kristoff was buried in snow, he soon emerged and helped Olaf reassemble his body.

Sven also managed to find the group, much to Olaf's delight. Still trapped in snow herself, Anna struggled to get free until Kristoff promptly lifted her out.

Grateful for the assistance, Anna inquired Kristoff about his head, though the ice harvester brushed it off as if it were nothing.

After an increasingly awkward silence, Kristoff asked Anna how to proceed. Suddenly realizing that her mission was a failure, Anna worriedly rambled about the winter weather remaining and how it would continue to have an adverse effect on Kristoff's ice business.

Kristoff reassured Anna by telling her not to worry herself with his affairs. He then exclaimed that she should worry about her hair, as it was slowly turning white; Kristoff concluded it to be a negative side effect of Elsa's magic.

Though the situation seemed dire, the ice harvester assured Anna that his friends would be able to help. As the group neared the Valley of the Living Rock, Anna's curse began to intensify, causing her to shiver.

Concerned, Kristoff brought Anna over to a steam vent to warm her up. After the brief respite, the two pressed forward, and Kristoff revealed that his friends were more like family, having taken him in when he was just a child with Sven.

However, grateful as he was, Kristoff worried about making a good impression and warned Anna that his family could be "inappropriate", "loud", "stubborn", and "overbearing".

Sensing his nervousness, Anna cut Kristoff off and reassured him by saying that his family sounded wonderful. Bulda and the other trolls tried to make Anna realize her feelings for Kristoff.

His mind at ease, Kristoff then motioned around and introduced his family — rocks. As Kristoff proceeded to talk to the "rocks", Anna stood aghast while Olaf began to question Kristoff's sanity.

Proclaiming his love for Anna, Olaf discreetly told Anna to run while he distracted Kristoff and Sven.

As Anna began to walk away, Kristoff beckoned for her to stay, and the rocks suddenly began to roll towards him, revealing themselves to be trolls.

Anna watched as a female troll, Bulda , delightedly announced that Kristoff was home, prompting the other trolls to cheer wildly.

When the trolls finally noticed the princess, they erupted into more cheers, under the belief Kristoff had brought a girlfriend.

Though Anna and Kristoff told them they were mistaken, the trolls tried to get the pair to realize their feelings for one another and even set up a troll wedding ceremony.

But before the ceremony was completed, Anna collapsed, falling into Kristoff's arms and shivering from the effects of her curse.

Pabbie informed Anna that her frozen heart would result in her freezing to solid ice forever. At this, Pabbie revealed himself, stating that there was "strange magic" present.

Looking into Anna's eyes, Pabbie gravely informed the princess that, unless removed, the ice in her heart would cause her to freeze into solid ice, forever.

Worried, but still hopeful, Kristoff asked Pabbie if he could remove it. However, Pabbie sadly stated that "only an act of true love" could thaw a frozen heart.

After Bulda suggested a "true love's kiss", Anna shivered again, and more of her hair began to turn white.

Realizing the urgency of the situation, Kristoff stated that they had to get to Hans. Carrying Anna, Kristoff swiftly mounted his reindeer and told Olaf to climb on as Sven began galloping off to Arendelle.

Racing against time, Kristoff hurried to return Anna to Arendelle , hoping Hans could save her. By morning, Sven approached the outskirts of Arendelle.

While Sven charged through the snowy landscape, Anna continued to shiver and weaken in Kristoff's arms; trying his best to delay the curse, Kristoff gave Anna his hat and urged Sven to go faster.

As they neared the castle, Kristoff realized Olaf would be a strange sight and told him to keep out of view. Finally arriving at the castle gates, Kristoff prepared to bring Anna inside.

Despite her condition, Anna was still concerned about Kristoff, wondering if he would be okay; at this, Kristoff insisted that she not worry about his affairs.

The gates opened, and Kai, Gerda , and a handmaid rushed out to assist Anna. Before they brought the princess inside, Kristoff told them to get her warm and to find Hans immediately.

Just before the gates closed, Kristoff implored Kai to ensure Anna's safety. Kai and Gerda escorted Anna inside the library, where Hans was gathered with the Duke of Weselton and dignitaries ; upon seeing the princess, Hans immediately rushed over to help her.

As Anna fell into his arms, Hans remarked at how cold she was, to which she desperately replied that he had to kiss her.

Deciding to give the couple some privacy, Kai, Gerda, the Duke, and the dignitaries decided to leave the premises. Smiling malevolently, Hans revealed to Anna that he had no intention of saving her.

Alone with Hans, Anna explained that she had been struck by Elsa's magic, elaborating that the magic had froze her heart and could only be remedied by an act of true love.

Understanding this to mean "a true love's kiss", Hans took Anna's chin and, smiling tenderly, prepared to kiss her. However, he came to a sudden stop and grinned malevolently, saying, "Oh, Anna.

If only there was someone out there who loved you. Pleased with the turn of events, Hans proceeded to shut the curtains and extinguish the candles while explaining his motivations to a perplexed Anna.

He revealed that as thirteenth in line, he was never going to inherit anything from his own kingdom and that he needed to marry into the throne elsewhere.

Hans noted that as the heir, Elsa would have been the preferable bride, but since no one ever made progress with her, and Anna was so willing to marry him, he formulated a plan to marry Anna and then kill Elsa.

At this point, Hans poured water into the fireplace, putting out the flames and causing the library's temperature to drop. Hans continued to explain that with her flight, Elsa "doomed herself".

He then gloatingly informed Anna that he would kill Elsa to restore summer, assuming the throne as Arendelle's savior.

With horror, Anna realized Hans had never loved her and was intent on leaving her to die to further his own agenda.

Though weakened from the curse and the cold atmosphere of the library, Anna resolutely told Hans that he would prove no match for her sister.

But Hans merely mocked Anna, stating that it was she who was no match for Elsa; utterly confident in his plans for usurpation, Hans turned to exit the library, leaving Anna to perish inside.

Anna stumbled to the locked door and struggled with the door handle but to no avail. As she collapsed, Anna hoarsely begged for help, and her hair turned completely white.

After Hans left, a blizzard began overtaking the castle, plunging temperatures even lower, and Anna noticed the library ceiling was being coated in ice.

The handle of the library door suddenly jiggled, but all Anna could muster was a barely audible whisper for help. Following some more jiggling, the door finally swung open and Olaf waddled in, his happiness fading into concern upon seeing Anna lying on the floor.

Acting fast, Olaf quickly started the fire anew; horrified, Anna warned Olaf to get away, but fixated on keeping the princess warm, Olaf disregarded the warning and brought her close to the fireplace.

With Anna's resolve fading, Olaf tried to keep the princess' spirits high and taught her what love really was.

Feeling that Anna was safe for the moment, Olaf asked about Hans and his kiss. Anna sadly replied that she was wrong about Hans and that what they had was not true love.

At this, Olaf was disheartened, and Anna implored him once more to get away from the fire, lest he melt.

However, Olaf was adamant about staying until they found a way to save her. Utterly defeated, Anna stated that she did not even know what love was.

Still optimistic, Olaf encouraged Anna, reassuring her that he knew: "Love is Upon Olaf's usage of Kristoff to demonstrate his point, Anna slowly realized that the ice harvester loved her.

Suddenly, the winds from the storm caused a window to burst open; as he went to shut it, Olaf gleefully noticed that Kristoff was rushing back to Arendelle.

Filled with new determination, Anna asked Olaf to help her up, hoping to reunite with the ice harvester. As the snowman helped Anna to her feet, the blizzard's strength began to intensify, and ice spikes started to form in the castle, threatening to trap the pair within.

The duo managed to escape from a window, but upon reaching the frozen fjord, Olaf was blown away by the winds, leaving Anna to traverse the icy landscape alone.

In the whiteout, Anna was blinded and had to resort to calling out desperately for Kristoff. Her hands began to frost over to an icy blue, and though Anna determinedly stumbled onward, she realized that time was running out.

Anna was unaware of it, but her voice managed to reach the ice harvester, who struggled to locate its source. Suddenly, the storm came to a halt, and Anna's path to Kristoff became clear.

Noticing her sister's plight, Anna abandoned any hope of saving herself and threw herself between Hans and Elsa.

Wasting no time, Kristoff hurried forward, and Anna did her best to push on towards him. But the sound of a sword being drawn from a scabbard pierced the silence, capturing Anna's attention.

She turned to see Hans, readying to strike down her fallen sister. Giving Kristoff a final, longing look, Anna put the last reserves of her strength into rushing to Elsa's aid.

As Hans' sword came down to strike Elsa, Anna managed to intercept the blow just as she froze into solid ice; the resulting impact shattered the sword into many pieces and knocked Hans off his feet.

Taking notice of her sister's frozen form, Elsa rose to her feet and despairingly clutched Anna's face before embracing her and crying.

Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf all somberly observed Elsa's mourning from afar. On the castle walls, the gathered dignitaries and citizens silently bowed their heads, acknowledging Anna's sacrifice.

Anna's sacrifice constituted an act of true love, resulting in the thawing of her icy form. Though all seemed lost, Anna's form began to thaw, and the princess emerged from her comatose state alive and well.

Upon discovering Anna was alive, Elsa embraced her sister, touched by Anna's sacrifice. When Anna told Elsa she loved her, Olaf suddenly understood what had happened, excitedly exclaiming that Anna's sacrifice was an act of true love and that it had thawed her frozen heart.

Elsa took a moment to process Olaf's statement and realized that "love will thaw". With newfound confidence, Elsa looked to Anna and then lifted her arms, causing ice and snow to rise into the air.

Gathering the snow into a giant snowflake in the sky, Elsa waved her hands and the snowflake dissipated, resulting in a clear summer sky.

Happy, Elsa turned to Anna, who expressed that she always knew Elsa would be able to thaw Arendelle. Anna then worriedly noticed that Olaf had begun to melt in the summer heat, but Elsa acted quickly, bestowing Olaf with a personal flurry to keep him cool.

The peaceful and happy atmosphere was interrupted by Hans awakening and getting to his feet. Angry at Hans' actions, Kristoff went to confront the prince but was stopped by Anna, who calmly walked over herself.

Surprised to see Anna alive, Hans remarked that Elsa had froze her heart; in retaliation, Anna mocked Hans, saying that the only frozen heart present was his.

She then punched Hans in the face, knocking him into the waters of the fjord below. Satisfied, Anna turned once more to Elsa and happily embraced her.

Over Anna's shoulder, Kristoff met her eyes and she smiled brightly in return. With Arendelle at peace, Hans and the Duke of Weselton were expelled from the kingdom.

On the docks, Anna excitedly rushed to show Kristoff his new sled, and though he was initially reluctant to accept the gift, Kristoff accepted after Anna informed him that the queen had named him the official "Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer".

When asked if he liked the gift, Kristoff swept Anna off her feet and said he loved it, accidentally slipping that he could kiss her.

Embarrassed at this comment, Kristoff nervously stammered until Anna kissed him on cheek; emboldened, Kristoff affectionately kissed her back, signifying the start of their romantic relationship.

With summer's return to Arendelle, Anna and Elsa were reunited at long last. Later, the gates to the castle were opened, and the whole village made its way inside the castle courtyard , where Elsa created an ice rink.

Looking to her sister, Anna commented on how she liked the open gates, and Elsa assured her that they were "never closing them again".

She then bestowed upon Anna a pair of literal ice skates, which Anna referred to as "beautiful".

Though Anna claimed she did not skate, Elsa enthusiastically pulled her sister along, and with Olaf's help, she coached Anna.

Enjoying the summer day with Olaf, Kristoff, Sven, and the villagers, the two sisters happily skated along, the rift between them healed at long last.

Anna helped usher in the start of the holidays by ringing the Yule bell. For their first Christmas together in thirteen years, Anna and Elsa prepared a surprise party for the kingdom.

Anna went into the dining hall and admired the setup; she tried to take some kransekake from the feast, only for Olaf to burst from it.

Anna told him that he couldn't reveal the surprise just yet. Anna expressed excitement at Arendelle's first Christmas in forever, and went out into the courtyard with Elsa and Olaf to greet the citizens.

After Elsa declared the holidays to have begun, Anna told Olaf he could now share the surprise. However, everyone started to leave the courtyard, leading Anna to enquire as to why everyone was leaving so soon.

All the people she spoke to replied that they had to go and prepare their family traditions. This left Anna and Elsa feeling slightly uncertain, but Kristoff assured the sisters that they didn't need a big party, and explained his tradition to them through a ballad.

Anna was receptive to the tradition, but hesitant at Kristoff's offer of his traditional stew. Anna, Elsa and Olaf then returned to the dining hall.

When Olaf asked what their family tradition was, Anna asked Elsa if she could remember any from their childhood.

When Elsa only remembered ringing the Yule bell, Anna pointed out that was for the kingdom; Elsa apologised, saying that it was her fault they did not have a tradition.

She left the hall, closing the door behind her. Anna tried to follow her but instead let out a sigh, and walked away. Anna was in an attic space above her bedroom where Elsa found her looking for traditions; in her search, she found possessions from her childhood in her old trunk.

The sisters then looked in Elsa's chest, which was mainly filled with gloves. Anna also found a beloved childhood toy , before Elsa set eyes on a box, and the possible solution to their woe.

She showed Anna the contents of the box, at which she gasped. Despite all the time spent apart, Olaf was a reminder of the connection Anna still shared with Elsa.

Anna was on hand to interpret Sven's message that Olaf was lost in the forest; she, Elsa and Kristoff then gathered a search party, and travelled into the forest to find him.

After some searching, Anna and Elsa found him covered in snow by a tree. He explained that he went looking for traditions for them, but ultimately failed.

Anna and Elsa then explained to him that he was their tradition; during their years apart, Anna had made gifts for Elsa, the theme always being Olaf.

He was what kept them connected during their years apart, and was what reminded them that they still loved each other.

Anna, and the party, made their way back towards Arendelle. On the way, they stopped on a frozen lake.

Elsa created a table from ice where food was laid down. She also took Anna with her towards the centre of the lake, where she generated a large Christmas tree.

Anna removed a figurine of Olaf from the box of gifts, which Elsa froze inside a star, and had Olaf place on top of the tree.

Anna and her family then stood in admiration at the spectacle. On the day of her nineteenth birthday , Anna was roused by Elsa, who had worked hard to create the perfect birthday experience.

After putting on a new dress, Anna noticed that Elsa was sneezing and worried that she was sick. Elsa, however, dismissed Anna's concerns and proceeded to spruce up both of their dresses and told her sister to follow a red string that would lead to presents scattered throughout the castle and Arendelle.

After riding a bike through the castle's halls and down a spiral staircase, Anna and Elsa clambered out of a window to head into the village.

As she picked up more presents, Anna grew increasingly concerned about Elsa's state. In the village square, Anna encountered a group of children, who sang a song for her, and Oaken, who offered Elsa a cold remedy.

Though her sister refused the offer, Anna sensed that the medicine would be needed and took it. Anna's fears were confirmed when she had to intervene to save Elsa from falling off the clock tower.

Informing her sister that the rest of the celebration would have to be postponed, Anna got Elsa to admit that she had a cold. Anna told her bedridden sister that taking care of her was the best birthday present ever.

As the sisters walked back to the castle, Elsa apologized for ruining what was meant to be a perfect birthday, to which Anna assured Elsa that nothing had been ruined and told her to rest in bed.

When the gates opened, Anna beheld her surprise party and was impressed with how Kristoff, Sven, Olaf, a few of Arendelle's citizens, and a large group of miniature snowmen called Snowgies worked together to present the cake.

After Elsa went to blow the birthday bukkehorn, Anna turned her focus back to her sister and helped her to bed. With Elsa in bed, Anna gave her some warm soup and told her that the chance to take care of her was the best birthday present she could ever ask for.

Anna assured Olaf that despite the changes in life, some things never change. Three years later, in the autumn, Anna was still enjoying the time she had with her family and her kingdom.

Anna went up the hill from the town to a pumpkin patch where Olaf was basking in the sun. Olaf became philosophical, noting the imperamence of things.

Anna reassured him by explaining how much she enjoyed her time, and while somethings changed, others did not. Later that day she and Olaf joined Kristoff in the town square; the citizens gathered in celebration of the harvest, where Elsa also joined them.

That evening Anna and her family retired to the castle. After reassuring her about how well she was doing as queen, Anna went on to say that she would always be there for Elsa.

In the library Anna enthusiastically took part in a game of charades. After Elsa became distracted and went to her room, saying she was tired, Anna became concerned.

During the night, Anna awoke to find the air filled with frozen crystals, all throughout Arendelle.

When the crystals fell from the sky, Anna, with the rest of the castle staff, proceeded to the courtyard, where they observed the fountains run dry.

After the wind picked up into a violent gale, Anna and the rest of the citizens evacuated to the cliffs above Arendelle. Once everyone was safe, Anna was able to ask Elsa why she had not told her of the voice the latter was hearing.

Elsa then revealed to Anna that she had awoke the spirits of the Enchanted Forest. Grand Pabbie and the trolls then arrived, and Pabbie explained that the elements were angry, and if the source of their rage was not fixed, he foresaw no future for Arendelle.

After Pabbie warned Anna of the danger Elsa may face, she assured the troll that she would keep her from harm. Although Elsa wished to follow the voice alone, Anna insisted on going with her.

Kristoff offered to drive, with Sven and Olaf coming as well, entrusting the welfare of Arendelle's citizens to Pabbie and his trolls until they return.

After being interrupted by Elsa, the group realized they had reached the Enchanted Forest which was covered in a heavy mist.

Anna and Elsa made it through the mist, holding hands tightly, as Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven followed them, but were pushed into the forest, with no way out.

In the forest, the group was confronted by the Northuldra people and the Arendellian soldiers, who had been trapped there since the mist had appeared.

The Northuldra told the sisters that the scarf belonged to one of their oldest families, with Elsa then realising that the girl saving their father was in fact their mother.

After discussing his father's words with Anna, she and Mattias agree on the mantra of "doing the next right thing" when life becomes uncertain.

The group joined the Northuldra and the Arendellian soldiers for some respite at the Norhtuldra's camp. Anna spoke with Lieutenant Mattias , about his life in Arendelle.

He shared with Anna the advice given to him by his father. When asking further about the advice, and what to do when life does throw on to a new path, Mattias told Anna that one should never give up.

Anna finished the thought by suggesting that one should do "the next right thing", with Mattias agreeing. After a close encoutner with the Earth Giants, Elsa agreed with Anna that they should continue their journey.

Anna was unable to find Kristoff or Sven, and decided to go on with her sister and Olaf without them. On the way Elsa continued to call to the siren.

The Wind Spirit reappeared, this time leading them to a shipwreck. Elsa forced Anna and Olaf away after discovering the shipwreck of their parents' royal ship and what they were searching for, along with their final moments before their deaths.

Anna tried to steer the ice boat from the icy path, but instead brought it onto a fast flowing river.

Extremely vexed, Olaf also explained to Anna that he felt angry. He reassured him by saying how she was still there to hold his hand.

She suddenly shushed Olaf after noticing that they were surrounded by Earth Giants. To further avoid the giants she steered the canoe into a dark cavern.

The pair plummeted down a waterfall, and after recovering from the fall advanced deeper into the cave system.

While venturing through the Lost Caverns an ice sculpture of Runeard and the old Northuldra leader presented itself to Anna. It depicted Runeard about to strike him down, with the leader's back being turned.

Anna realized that the dam had to be destroyed to calm the spirits and lift the curse on the Enchanted Forest. After Olaf had spotted a way out, with renewed determination Anna started towards this exit; however, Olaf began to disintegrate.

With the magic in Olaf fading, Anna realised that something terrible must have happened to Elsa. Anna stayed in the caverns, huddled up against a rock clutching her satchel for some time.

Anna felt completely lost, unable to stand because of the grief that weighed so heavily upon her. With small steps Anna began to rise from the cavern's floor and slowly make her way towards the exit.

She had to scale a wall and leap across a chasm, but eventually up, to clamber out of the cavern and stand in the new light of dawn.

Despite things now being so different, Anna vouched to continue, and do the next right thing. It was then that she set eyes on the dam, and with renewed determination ran down a hill back towards the river; once there, she screamed at an Earth Giant to wake up.

Once roused, the giant stumbled onto one of his fellows; in total three woke up and began to pursue her through the forest.

Eventually Kristoff and Sven found her, saving her from one of the giants' blows. Relieved to see him, Anna asked Kristoff to take her to the dam.

Once there, she found Lieutenant Mattias and his soldiers. After explaining about King Runeard's treachary, and Elsa giving her life for the information, Mattias and his men attracted the attention of the Giants with their swords ans shields to help Anna.

Running out onto the dam, Anna encouraged the Giants to throw their boulders at the dam. In doing so, the dam breached, with Anna barely managing to get to safety.

She was saved from falling by Mattias and Kristoff. Once breached, the ensuing tidal wave was unleashed down the fjord straight towards Arendelle.

However, Anna's actions revived Elsa who was able to divert the flood and save the kingdom. Elsa returned, reviving Olaf and telling Anna that Elsa is the fifth spirit but they are both the bridge between humans and nature.

Kristoff ran to meet them, proposing to Anna, who accepted. Following this, Elsa remained to look after the Enchanted Forest, while Anna was crowned Queen of Arendelle some time after.

Anna was later assisted by Lieutenant Mattias, now promoted to the rank of general, in dedicating a new statue to the unity between Arendelle and the Northuldra.

Anna was pleased when Kristoff, Olaf, and Sven dressed up in formal attire for the occasion. After unveiling the statue, Anna has Gale carry a letter to Elsa.

Though she endured many hardships, Anna had an optimistic outlook for the future. Anna is a high-spirited individual who regards the world with an almost naive optimism.

As a child, Anna was especially vibrant and active; she would run through the castle halls, sliding along the floors and bouncing on various pieces of furniture.

Extremely extroverted, Anna constantly craves the company of others and is always quick to make new connections, regardless of social standing or even species.

However, for many years, Anna bore a great deal of pain stemming from her lonely past. At a young age, Anna was forced to live a secluded life within the castle walls.

She tried to make the best of the situation and maintain her cherished relationship with Elsa, but she always found herself ignored.

When her parents perished in a voyage at sea, Anna had no one else to turn to for companionship.

More than anything, Anna wished to set things right with her sister, but after constant neglect, she began to seek other ways to fill the void left by Elsa, choosing to pursue a flawed and idealized perception of romance.

Upon meeting Hans, Anna was quick to bond with the handsome prince, and after sympathizing with his similar sibling experiences, she agreed to his marriage proposal.

But when circumstances resulted in the exposure of Elsa's powers, Anna could not help but try once more to reconnect with her sister, demonstrating a remarkable amount of faith.

Though Anna was weakened by both Elsa's curse and Hans' betrayal, her spirits were lifted by Olaf.

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