Hey, I'm Mocha. So I saw the movie Frozen the day before Thanksgiving with one of my very best friends, and trust me, it's awesome. I bought the whole soundtrack and I can't get 'Do You Want To Build a Snowman' out of my head, ever!
I decided it would be interesting to use the screenplay exact dialogue (maybe SOMETIMES changed if I want MORE dialogue) and try to determine thoughts behind the character's words and actions.
NO COPYRIGHT INTENDED! I DO NOT OWN ANNA, ELSA, OR ANY OF THE CHARACTERS. ALL CREDIT TO DISNEY, JENNIFER LEE, CHRIS BUCK, AND SHANE MORRIS FOR DIALOGUE AND GENERAL ACTIONS FROM 'BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY'.
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If you haven't seen Frozen, I wouldn't read this because obviously there will be spoilers. However, it might be interesting for you to 'read the book' first. :P
Have a lovely day,
The sound of ice blocks being sawed, carved, and loaded onto sleds filled the air. The workers, donned in their Sami clothing, hummed under their breath and began to sing a proud song. "Ice harvesters, born of cold and winter air, and this mountain rain combining, this icy force both foul and fair has a frozen heart worth mining." Sweat froze on their faces as the enormous ice blocks were slid down the line. "Cut through the heart, cold and clear. Strike for love and strike for fear. See the beauty sharp and sheer. Split the ice apart! And break the frozen heart. Hup! Ho! Watch your step! Let it go!
I was 8 years old. My reindeer and best friend who I named Sven, we were eating carrots. My ice blocks that I got were a lot smaller, but that was okay because Sven was smaller than the other reindeer still. "Hup! Ho! Watch your step! Let it go!" I hummed along with them because I didn't know the song.
"Woah!" I missed the ice block and got splashed all over. "Beautiful! Powerful! Dangerous! Cold! Ice has a magic can't be controlled." The men didn't notice and continued the song. "Stronger than one, stronger than ten, stronger than a hundred men! Born of cold and winter air and mountain rain combining. This icy force both foul and fair has a frozen heart worth mining. Cut through the heart, cold and clear. Strike for love and strike for fear. There's beauty and there's danger here. Split the ice apart! Beware the frozen heart."
"Here, Sven," I whispered. I finally was able to push our ice block and we followed the big men and reindeers.
I heard Elsa sleeping and I peeked up at her. "Elsa. Psst! Elsa! Psst!" She still slept so, like anyone would do, I started bouncing on her. "Wake up, wake up, wake up!"
"Anna, go back to sleep," my light haired sister grumbled. Naturally, this meant that, as her five year old sister, I should lay on top of Elsa.
"I just can't! The sky's awake, so I'm awake, so we have to play."
"Ugh, go play by yourself."
"Oof!" Elsa shoved me off the bed and I landed on my tushie. I gave up, until suddenly I had an idea.
"Do you want to build a snowman?" This woke my sister up, and she smiled.
We got in our snow boots, well, I did. Elsa didn't need it. She was magical. "Come on, come on, come on, come on!" Elsa shushed me, but I kept walking. We finally got to the bouncy ballroom, what Mama and Papa called the ballroom, because it supposedly wasn't a bouncy ballroom. Anyways, I was so excited! Elsa shut the door. "Do the magic! Do the magic!"
Delighted, Elsa waved her hands together and it started snowing in her hands. It made a snowball and she threw it up, and the little snowflakes flew around. "This is amazing!"
"Watch this," Elsa said. She stomped her foot own and an ice skating rink formed, so I slid around.
We built a snowman. Elsa named him. "Hi, I'm Olaf, and I like warm hugs." I hugged him.
"I love you, Olaf!" Elsa used her snow magic and Olaf and I skated around.
She made slides with snow and we slid on them. I jumped off one and said, "Catch me!" Elsa did with a snow peak and said, "Gotcha!"
We continued to do this. Excited, I went faster, and faster, and faster.
"Slow down!" I was getting good at my snow magic, but Anna was going to fast. I slipped on the ice and my magic hit Anna in the head. Anna slid down a once fun snowbank and didn't wake up. "Anna!" The hair where my magic hit Anna... it was white!!
"Mama! Papa!" Ice shot up everywhere at my panic.
"Elsa," Papa said. "This is getting out of hand!"
When Mama saw Anna, she gasped. "Anna!"
"It was an accident," I said helplessly. "I'm sorry, Anna!"
"She's ice cold," Mama said to Papa.
Papa sighed. "I know where we have to go."