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Sisterly Interaction Takes Center Stage In This Frozen Deleted Scene


Kristoff and Anna already got their deleted scene, and now it’s Anna and Elsa’s turn. I don’t care what anyone says, I would wear the heck out of that orange dress.

(via: io9)

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  • locuas

    i can see why they didn’t go with it. i think that their first onversation after the parents death is better because they had no interaction before that point.

  • Anonymous

    This! This is one of the reasons why I didn’t love Frozen. We needed more of this. Even if it wasn’t this scene exactly, but more of Elsa, less of Anna. Frozen was Anna’s story. I came away from the theater wishing there had been more balance between the girl’s stories. Instead, we get Anna and a few glimpses of Elsa. At least here there is some kind of interaction, some glimpse into Elsa’s personality not tied to her powers. Even the guy (whoever he was), remarked that we get to see how ANNA’s personality is highlighted, and not Elsa’s. Ugh. Sorry. I guess I don’t get all the love for Frozen. It had too many plot problems, in my opinion.

  • Rebecca Pahle

    Ditto. It’s fun on its own, but it would’ve thrown off the tone of that part of the film.

  • kinoumenthe

    Kristen Bell needs to be in ALL THE ANIMATED MOVIES !

    Seriously.

  • JMH

    I badly want them to do an official reprise of “do you want to build a snowman”. It’s such a happy bouncy song to have that much sadness in it. I mean, it makes sense in context. I just think they should do a post-movie reprise. Even if it’s just a five minute short.

  • dontmindme

    This is why I want to like Frozen more than I do. More interactions with the girls, less with the snowman or the trolls or the reindeer.

  • Ashe

    I’m on the same boat. Frozen had a few neat things, but the sheer volume of praise it gets is a little frustrating.

    Anna was boring: a typical plucky klutzy girl a la Rapunzel (go figure, they look like clones to boot), whereas Elsa was dynamic, sympathetic and had one hell of a song.

  • Ashe

    I would’ve much preferred this over that damn troll musical number. Seriously, what has humankind done to deserve that?

  • Anonymous

    I can understand why they didn’t go with this but it’s still cute and fun and a good “sisters” moment. I was too much younger than my sisters and missed out on this stuff, but I hear horror stories sometimes. LOL!

  • Anonymous

    Oh, this is beautiful. I love the way it shows the relationship between the sisters, and I wish we’d had more scenes like this, you know? I mean, I understand making them more separate in the movie, but that doesn’t mean we can’t have scenes like this there somewhere…

    I’m just gonna pretend this is what they’re like post movie.

  • Floweramon

    There was a reprise written, but it got cut.

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  • Anonymous

    For all that Frozen doesn’t have a real “villain” for most of the film, Elsa is still organized very neatly into the antagonist’s role. She’s got a song (like most villains do), her primary purpose is stand in Anna’s way (intentionally or not) and she’s simply not in very much of the movie. For a movie supposedly about the relationship between sisters the two barely interact. They’re essentially total strangers. Even Anna’s going after Elsa feels more like she wants to talk her sister down so she can married. Anna wants a prince, having better relations with Elsa is the bonus prize.

    I wish they’d reorganized the movie to include more stuff like this dressing room scene. (I still don’t think Anna has much of a personality. Quirky? Clumsy? Generation RomCom tropes much?). It fleshes both characters out a little.

  • Laura Truxillo

    I liked everything about the movie except for that. It managed to be both boring and massively unpleasant. Cringing in my seat the whole time. “She’s engaged!” “So what!”

    Gross.

  • locuas

    and the sad thing is, they could have used that song to explain where the trolls came from, they backstory and stuff, instead of shouting “THIS TWO ARE GOING TO END TOGETHER!”. I mean, the entire song i was like “so, how much less time will Anna have after they finish screwing around?”

  • Laura Truxillo

    Right? It just ground the action to a halt, and made the love triangle less interesting. Could have been fascinating, but nooope.

    The only “purpose” I can think of it serving was the dramatic irony one of laying more emphasis onto romantic love so that it was still the primary “true love” on Anna’s (and the audience’s) mind. But it wasn’t really that necessary.

    Plus, ugh, I cannot explain with words how gross I find anything that involves shoving protesting people together romantically, even as a joke. It creeps me out in a visceral way.

  • locuas

    Maybe if they had stopped when Kristoff had mentioned the Fiance, it could have worked. But yeah, i don’t think it was really that necessary.