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Directed by: Chris Buck Jennifer Lee Chris Buck

Produced: 2013

Countries & Regions: United States

DVD Details

Certificate: PG

Studio: Walt Disney Home Video

Length: 108 mins

Format: DVD

Region: Region 2

Released: 31 March 2014

Cat No: BUA0213101

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Languages(s): English, Italian
Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English
Subtitles: Italian
Interactive Menu
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Screen ratio 1:Other
Dolby Digital 5.1

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Frozen

Cast: Kristen Bell , Idina Menzel

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Award-winning CGI-animated adventure from Disney inspired by Hans Christian Andersen’s ’The Snow Queen’ and featuring the voice talents of Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel. Princess Elsa (Menzel), heir to the throne of Arendelle, has special powers that enable her to make snow and ice, which proves to be both a wonderful and dangerous gift. Following an accident that put her younger sister Anna (Bell)’s life at risk, Elsa has been trying to keep her powers under control. When an incident at her coronation ceremony exposes her magic ability to the citizens of Arendelle Elsa flees and cuts herself off from the rest of the world, but in her emotional state she sets off a spell that casts a perpetual winter over the kingdom. It falls to Anna, with the help of mountaineer Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), his reindeer Sven and a snowman called Olaf (Josh Gad), to journey through treacherous conditions in order to reunite with her sister and find a way to break the spell. The film won Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Song, and won the Golden Globe and BAFTA for Best Animated Feature Film.

How did Frozen become Disney’s biggest hit since The Lion King and help it steal Pixar’s crown as king of animation?

Loosely based on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, and with more than a shade of Tangled 2.0, Frozen sees two sibling princesses at odds with one another, with Elsa in a self-imposed exile due to her uncontrollable icy magical powers and Anna struggling to save their medieval kingdom from tricksters and permafrost.

So far, so Disney. But, co-written and co-directed by Jennifer Lee, one of the talents behind Disney’s excellent Wreck-it Ralph, Frozen is significant because it finally tears up Disney’s reductive fairy tale principles about love.

By focussing on two sisters struggling to communicate instead of fetishizing marriage to a handsome prince, Frozen transcends being simply a hugely entertaining and well-crafted film, and becomes a tale that its target audience can actually relate to – and indeed gain something useful from.

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