Studio: Walt Disney Home Video
Length: 108 mins
Region: Region 2
Released: 31 March 2014
Cat No: BUA0213101
Languages(s): English, Italian
Hard of Hearing Subtitles: English
Screen ratio 1:Other
Dolby Digital 5.1
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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... Read More
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.