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unbrok3ncircle asked:
I just watched Frozen yesterday. The movie was very good, but what I did not really understand is Hans 's plan. He has been a nice guy in 90% of the movie, and BAM! : I just pretending blah blah blah. Why did he talk elsa to not kill the soldier, if he planned to kill her in the first place? Why don't he just let her do that and become the monster in people's eyes? What's your opinion about that?

disneysfrozenguy:

I want to apologize to you for replying this so late. And for making this waaaaayyyyyy longer than it should.

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I’m going to write under the read more so I won’t bore nor bug others with MY thoughts, hypotheses and theories about Hans’ actions. Also anyone who is interested can take this post as my review on Hans’ character. I WARN YOU. THIS IS GONNA BE LONG.

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lark-rather-than-dove:

In the original Snow Queen story, Kai (the boy) turns evil when the Snow Queen’s mirror breaks and a piece goes into his eye, making him see the world as evil and ugly.

WHAT IF A PIECE OF ICE WENT INTO HANS’ EYE (or heart somehow…) WHEN THE PALACE WAS PARTIALLY DESTROYED AND SO THAT’S WHY HE WAS ALL OF A SUDDEN EVIL?

What happened to Prince Hans?

toniolawliet:

Since we don’t know what his life is going to be I like to imagine that Prince Hans From Frozen is Hans Christian Andersen himself.

After he went back to the southern isles and was punished by his brothers he had to rebuild his life so he wrote a book called “The snow Queen” inspired by the events of Arendelle and became a very famous writer.


"This is awkward."

internetgazer:

Forelsket is a Danish word meaning, according to my online dictionary of choice, ‘the sensation of falling in love’. Since Hans Christian Andersen was Danish and Arendelle is somewhere in Scandanavia, I thought that it would be appropriate to name this song after such a gorgeous and poignant word that’s difficult to translate into English. Maybe, in this context of a song, ‘Forelsket’ is a word from an old/ literary version of the language that is spoken in Arendelle, which is why Anna repeats it as something of a novelty.

I imagined this song taking place in the Interlude between Hans’ betrayal and the arrival of Olaf on the scene. (If any of you have listened to the extended soundtrack, the outtake reprise of ‘Life’s too short’ would have fallen at a similar time.) Anna is slowly getting colder, and for a few minutes she allows herself to reflect on what was and what could have been between her and Hans. Although she knows that their love was an illusion, she can’t help but mourn the shattering of her dreams.  

Lyrics:

Forelsket - what a funny word - it brings tears to my eyes
Although I hoped I’d feel it, it still comes as a surprise
Forelsket - what a lovely word - although it breaks my heart
Although its failing icy gasps are tearing me apart

Forelsket means the feeling of your very first true love.
Forelsket means you’re falling for the very first time.
Forelsket means the feeling of your very first true love.
What a fool, Forelsket, that I ever thought that you’d be mine.

Mine.

And though I know much better now I cannot help but sigh
At all the giddy memories - how quick they passed me by!
Bright eyes, a sky of stars, the flowers’ scent divine
And though my heart is colder now, I’m burning for that time.

Forelsket means the feeling of the sweetest warm embrace.
Forelsket means you’re falling for the very first time.
Forelsket means the feeling of your gaze upon my face.
What a fool, Forelsket, that I ever thought that you’d be mine.

Mine…

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Forelsket, you are lost and found, and though his heart was black
Forelsket, I loved truly - perhaps the first last time.
Forelsket, if I had the chance, oh, would I take it back?
What a fool, Forelsket, that I ever thought that you’d be mine.

Mine…

snofnugg-dronning:

My friend and I were talking about our Hans love and she said this. She’s in blue, I’m red.

bin135:

That moment when you realise you’ve hopped aboard the “I love Hans” train and you’ve got a one way ticket