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Put on a jumper, hat and gloves and embark on the polar world of The Snow Queen

Can you remember the icy melody "Libérée, délivrée..."? It's a tune that has undoubtedly contributed to the worldwide success of Frozen: The Snow Queen. But it's not just to these few notes that the film owes its powerful reputation. Once again, the Disney giant has thought big and spared no expense to offer young and old alike a majestic animated spectacle, led by Elsa and her sister Anna, who are themselves accompanied by a host of unique characters such as Olaf, Kristoff and Sven. The adventures are snow-covered, the panorama is grandiose, and the story is charming, right in the heart of Scandinavia.

We're taking you straight to the Far North with a film by Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, inspired by the tale by the famous Danish author Hans Christian Andersen. It's a worldwide phenomenon, and Disney has done it again. With its unique characters, its strong values of loyalty and benevolence, and its imagination that extends far beyond the cinema, with merchandising on every shelf (even in our geek shop), the franchise has ensured that Frozen will not be forgotten and that, despite its release in 2013, it will continue to make fans' eyes shine.

A story of icy adventures

The story takes place in the kingdom of Arendelle, in the Far North. Two sister-princesses, Anna and Elsa, daughters of King Agnarr and Queen Iduna, live a quiet, carefree childhood, full of sharing and play. It is in this polar atmosphere that the sisters grow up, spending all their time together... Until Elsa, then endowed with magical powers to control ice and snow, makes a clumsy gesture and hurts Anna. The parents, in despair over the situation, take the tough decision to separate the two children and isolate Elsa. All in the name of preserving the world around them. In the midst of this tragedy, another tragedy occurs: the King and Queen perish at sea, leaving behind their precious orphan daughters.

On leaving her teens, Elsa becomes queen of the kingdom and opens the gates of the castle to the public. That day, the new queen loses control of her powers and, to her detriment, reveals their existence by freezing the entire kingdom. In a panic, poor Elsa decides to flee... but Anna is determined to find her! And so the adventure begins. With some remarkable encounters: Prince Hans, who is ultimately greedy and selfish, the living snowman Olaf, the mountain man (and Anna's true crush) Kristoff. These are companions who are bound to touch us throughout the journey.

Endearing characters serving a strong message

Elsa, our favourite Snow Queen, blossoms as the film progresses and her powers are fully embraced. Far from the kingdom where rules govern her every move, she finally feels "liberated, delivered", but it is in learning to master her gifts, to appreciate her difference and to (re)find her lost self-esteem that her true freedom is revealed. Her beauty is all the purer for it. Anna will have her part to play in this blossoming. The intrepid, rebellious, stubborn, impulsive and incredibly touching princess will stop at nothing to find her sister and remind her of the family she once loved so much. Anna is a far cry from the grieving princess desperate for a prince's kiss to save her. Action is her motto, and she expects nothing from anyone. After mistakenly believing herself to be in love with the evil and greedy Prince Hans, she comes to realise what true love means with Kristoff and his big heart. He exemplifies beauty in its truest dimension, his soul is beautiful and his intentions devoid of all vice. Coming from a family of trolls, he too has lost his parents, and he too feels set apart. Disney's vision of human relationships has been dusted off, and is resolutely more in tune with today's society.

Derivative products

Following the film's resounding success, the marketing machine was set in motion, and Disney would be remiss not to take advantage of it. The result was (and still is) a myriad of spin-off products, Elsa and Anna dolls on toy shop shelves, board games, video games, fancy dress, pyjamas, figurines, clothes and other accessories. The film has even taken over the school playground, with kits, bags and exercise books bearing the effigy of the main characters. Elsa, Anna and Kristoff accompany young children everywhere, until it's time to escape to dreamland, in pyjamas with enchanted designs and a duvet cover in icy colours.