Despite the difficulties of creating a film sequence with the same originality as the first one released, Frozen 2 shows that this is not impossible.
When standing out in the good use of visual effects, the Disney sequence distanced itself from expectations and brought an air of maturity in the narrative.
In addition, the producers made sure to answer many of the questions left open in the first film.
The starting point is when Elsa (Idina Menzel) begins to hear voices that take her to a place and realizes that only she hears them, being the only one, therefore, that can unravel the mystery.
So she, Anna (Kristen Bell), Olaf (Josh Gad), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff) and Sven leave the realm to find those answers. Soon, they discover that the local enchanted forest tribe ruled by the four elements (water, air, earth and fire) is trapped and is unable to break free.
In this, they end up discovering all the past behind that consequence, besides that the place, Antohallam, is the place of origin of the sisters’ mother, Queen Iduna (Evan Rachel Wood).
However, the sisters decide to search for the mystery at dawn, continuing the adventure only with Olaf.
On the other hand, after discovering what led to the death of her parents, Elsa decides that Anna will not go to the end. So, she puts her sister with Olaf on a boat and continues the mission alone.
Walking alone and combing her own memories in Antohallan, the protagonist turns into an ice statue and Olaf “dies”.
And, as already seen in the predecessor film, Anna remains to save everything. And she does, of course.
Similarities between the two films
Both in the first and in its sequence there are circumstances that are repeated, sometimes with some different details.
For example, the snow giant at first and the earth giant now. Other important points are Elza being frozen and Anna saving everything as the previous time.
At the end, Frozen 2 ends up bringing aspects similar to the first film, but approaches them in a more mature way.
The film builds a lot on the past, bringing various feedbacks. In addition, he designates much of the time in the search for the source of Elsa’s powers.
Thus, Disney animation reaches today one of the biggest box office hits ever seen.