From the early days, Anna and Elsa knew the usual elements of the four souls, earth, fire, water and air.
In the Frozen 2 adventure in Northuldra, they discover that there is a fifth soul to unite (and command) the other four, and that is Elsa.
Makes Disney Frozen Elsa immortal
This makes it much more than just one, and its conversion to Frozen 2 shows that what makes it different is not only symbolic, but also a truly immortal soul.
Elsa’s transformation takes place in Ahtohallan, where she discovered the secrets of the past. After learning about the truth about Arendelle’s story with Northuldra during the song “Show Yourself”, Elsa changes her appearance before it completely freezes.
When the dam was destroyed, Elsa was melting and somehow clearly changed. Although it is always strong, it can prevent floods that threaten to kill Arendelle without much difficulty.
With the help of the spirit of water, she barely reaches time, but using her ice to stop the water seems almost easy for her. Seeing her sister, Anna immediately shows how different Elsa is.
Elsa is dead and reborn in Ahtohallan, turning stronger. The revelation that it is the fifth soul does not only mean that he is a stronger user of magic than before.
She died and was reborn to get her true form, as in many stories before. Frozen 2 has now turned Elsa into an immortal soul. He has not lost humanity, but a much more fair person is more.
Frozen II Review
The past comes to revenge on Arendelle. The story, which has settled in the heart of its audience at all ages with its first film and especially the music of the film, is trying to reveal an important mistake made in the past 6 years later. The story that comes out of Jennifer Lee’s pen again staggers between the frequency of confusion and musical scenes. Frozen 2 – Frozen II manages to provide its audience with fun moments, but it cannot replace the song “Let It Go” and is crushed under the emotional weight of the first movie for reasons such as fast-solving problems and lack of a real bad character.
Starting at the happy ending where the first movie ends, Snowland 2 says “what happened next?” answers the question. Arendelle, who now accepts Elsa (Idina Menzel) with everything, has a happy day under the control of the loving family of Anna (Kristen Bell), Kristoff (Jonathan Groff), Sven and Olaf (Josh Gad), who find true love. Bringing the old team back with all their members, the film’s peace of mind is disturbed by the mysterious voice that Elsa hears. Nobody else can hear the mysterious voice of American musician Aurora from life, and Elsa wants to ignore it in order not to disturb the peace of their lives. But the change comes with all its strength, and the magic forest Northuldra, which remains under the clouds after the visit of their grandparents, urgently calls Elsa to reveal the past. The film, directed by Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, asks questions about concepts such as change and the power of love, while at the same time giving the audience the answer to another question, where does the magic of Elsa, which is unique in her family, with her talents?