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Unless she's part of an act of true love, she'll freeze to death, and although he's powerful, the old troll is unable to restore her health. Bulda believes the act of true love would be "a true love's kiss," having the friends head back to Arendelle for Anna to receive a kiss from Hans.

Meanwhile, back at Elsa's palace, Hans and a group of soldiers arrive, believing Anna is somewhere within the icy walls in Elsa's clutches.

They manage to successfully storm in and capture the Snow Queen, but obviously fail to find the princess. Even so, the team takes Elsa back to Arendelle and imprisons her by orders of Hans, just before Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf arrive in the kingdom, greeted by the servants who've been desperately searching for the princess.

Though he's greatly saddened to leave her side, Kristoff leaves the kingdom with Sven after Anna's taken into care. She reunites with Hans in the castle library, and quickly informs him of all that happened, telling him she needs an act of true love to thaw her frozen heart, which would be true love's kiss.

Just when it looks like Anna is gonna be saved, however, Hans refuses to kiss the princess, and reveals that he has been using her all this time to become king of Arendelle.

It turns out that Hans has planned on wooing and marrying Anna, becoming next in line for the throne, and once that is complete, he will murder Elsa to be immediately crowned king with Anna as his consort.

And now that Anna is already dying due to Elsa's actions, and the latter being deemed a heartless monster by the citizens of Arendelle, none of that is necessary, and the kingdom is practically his for the taking.

Anna tries to stop him, but is far too weak, and Hans informs the princess all that is left is to kill Elsa and bring back summer, posing as the hero that saved Arendelle from destruction.

With these words, Hans locks the princess inside the library to die, leaving her confused, embarrassed and helpless as her freezing heart begins overtaking her body, with her dying process quickening by the minute.

Meanwhile, in the dining hall, Hans inform the dignitaries of Anna's supposed death, and blames Elsa for the murderous crime. Shocked by Elsa's alleged actions, the Duke of Weselton declares that the kingdom is truly in great danger at that point, feeling Elsa stooping to the level of killing her own sister clarifies the intense danger she poses.

Hans also claims he and Anna married just before she died in his arms, thus making him king of Arendelle, and as his first order as ruler, he charges Queen Elsa with high treason and sentences her to death.

In the dungeon, Elsa manages to escape her prison, but her fearful emotions causes an icy curse to overtake the castle, dropping the temperatures even lower, thus causing Anna to die much faster.

Just then, Olaf arrives and immediately begins aiding to Anna the moment he spots her in her still ill conditions. The snowman successfully lights a fire at the fireplace, despite Anna fearing he'll melt, to which Olaf explains he doesn't care about his own life as long as Anna is safe.

Olaf then asks what happened with Hans, having her reveal his treachery. Nevertheless, Olaf decides to merely come up with another act to save the princess, but feeling defeated, Anna claims she doesn't know what love is any longer.

Olaf rectifies her problem by teaching her that love—real love—is putting someone else's need before yours, using Kristoff as her example, as he has ignored his true feelings for Anna's happiness, believing Hans was her true love as well.

Anna then learns that Kristoff is the one she needs to share true love's kiss with, and she and Olaf rush out to find him just as the icy curse in the castle reaches full power, eventually forming into a deadly blizzard.

From the outskirts of Arendelle, Kristoff and Sven are able to witness this blizzard occurring, and rush back to rescue Anna, fearing she's in danger.

Back at the castle, Anna and Olaf manage to escape and head into the fjords to find Kristoff, though Olaf is blown away by the powerful winds, leaving Anna to fend for herself.

Kristoff and Sven rush through the raging blizzard, as well, and are soon also separated, but Kristoff keeps going, eventually hearing Anna's cries for help, and following it to save her.

Not too far from them, Elsa is in the mix of trying to escape Arendelle to return to her ice palace. However, Hans soon arrives and confronts her, needing her dead to put an end to the winter, though maintaining his benevolent appearance to successfully manipulate the queen.

Hans tells the Snow Queen that escaping all of the damage she had caused is futile. Elsa implores Hans to take care of her beloved little sister in her absence.

At the mention of Anna, Hans reveals that Anna returned from the mountains weak and cold, saying that the queen froze her heart, and despite his efforts to save her, it was too late.

He accuses Elsa of killing her own sister. The news causes Elsa to break down in shock and heartbreak, and the monstrous storm comes to a halt.

This finally clears the way for Anna and Kristoff, and they rush toward each other. But at that moment, Anna hears a sword being drawn a short distance away.

In horror, she realizes Hans is preparing to kill Elsa. Anna must choose to save herself or her sister, which is only seconds away.

After one last look at Kristoff, she rushes towards Elsa and Hans, destroying her own chance of surviving in order to save her elder sister.

Just before Hans delivers the death blow on the Queen, Anna jumps in between them, with a hand outstretched to stop him. She freezes solid completely, with the ice of her fingers shattering his sword.

The impact knocks the prince onto the ground, unconscious. Just as Anna's dying breath is lost, Elsa notices what has happened. She breaks down in sorrow and wraps her arms around her younger sister's frozen body.

Kristoff, Olaf and Sven arrive shortly at the scene and mourn the loss of the princess with Elsa, along with the dignitaries and guards, who witness the powerful scene from the castle balcony.

But soon thereafter, Anna thaws from her frozen state, beginning around her heart, as Anna's willingly ultimate sacrifice for Elsa has constituted an act of true sisterly love.

Elsa is relieved and overly joyous that Anna is alive and well, surprised that Anna has sacrificed herself for her. With Olaf explaining that an act of true love will thaw a frozen heart, Elsa realizes that love is the key to controlling her powers and finally lifts the icy curse from Arendelle.

As Hans struggles to his feet, Kristoff tries to attack Hans, but Anna confronts him instead for his betrayal by berating him for his frozen heart and punching him in the face, so hard that Hans falls off the ship they were standing on, into the water below.

Anna and Elsa share another hug again, rekindling their sisterly bond. As the sisters hug, Anna looks lovingly towards Kristoff, showing that she reciprocated his love.

Once again, Arendelle is restored to peace. Elsa is once again accepted as queen, with everyone finally understanding that she is no monster, but a creator of beautiful magic.

After Hans and the Duke of Weselton are deported Hans sent back to his kingdom to face his brothers for his crimes, and the Duke of Weselton having his trade with Arendelle cut off , Olaf and Sven enjoy summer together, and Anna buys Kristoff his promised new sled.

Upon informing him that Elsa had named him "Official Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer", he attempts to decline both the sled and the title, too modest to accept, but Anna points out that this is a direct order from the queen.

When she asks what his thoughts on the sled are, Kristoff picks up Anna and twirls her around in his arms, exclaiming he loves it, and that he could kiss her.

He immediately puts her down, and stammers awkwardly that he'd like to, among several sentences of nonsense, leaving him embarrassingly flustered before Anna kisses his cheek, saying to Kristoff "We may.

Later on, to celebrate the joyous day, Elsa turns the castle courtyard into an ice rink with the entire kingdom joining in on the festivities.

The queen vows never to close the gates again, much to Anna's joy. She presents Anna with new ice skates, and our heroines then begin skating with all of their friends, finally sharing the fun they used to have at long last.

She will be in 9 episodes and is portrayed by Elizabeth Lail. Two years after the events of the movie, Anna is engaged to Kristoff.

In honor of the momentous occasion, Elsa grants Anna both a beautiful new necklace and a gown originally owned by their deceased mother.

As Anna tries on the dress, Elsa discovers their mother's diary. Within the text, it is revealed the king and queen left Arendelle because of Elsa.

While Elsa believes it's because they feared her and saw her as a monster, Anna believes otherwise. To prove the true reason, Anna takes Elsa to Grand Pabbie.

Pabbie is unable to uncover the exact reason the king and queen left, but reveals where they were heading; a land known as Mist Haven.

While Elsa still worries, Anna reassures positivity and suggest they travel to Mist Haven to find out the truth for themselves. Reluctant about the idea, Elsa denies, claiming she doesn't want to abandon her kingdom and fears Hans and his brothers will strike should they leave Arendelle.

Unable to convince her sister to tag along and grant permission, Anna secretly boards a ship and travels to Mist Haven, herself, in hopes of finding the truth to their parents' mysterious journey.

After arriving in the Enchanted Forest Mist Haven , Anna seeks out a young shepherd by the name of David, an old friend of Kristoff's and the soon-to-be Prince Charming, as a means for nightly shelter.

After agreeing, however, David is confronted by his sorceress of a landlord, Bo Peep, who's requesting her monthly payment. With money scarce, David and his mother, Ruth, have no choice but to deny, resulting in a proposition.

Bo Peep gives the family one day to hand over the payment, or they must pay with their farm, as well as their lives. However, a spirited Anna decides to take David under her wings to teach him in the art of self-defense via sword fighting.

Though the training is apparently futile, David's courage comes to pass upon learning Bo Peep branded Anna as her own, as further punishment for the lack of payment.

Furious, David fights off Bo Peep and her men, stealing her magic staff and rushing to Anna's rescue. It's revealed she's alive and well, fortunately, and a proud princess congratulates her new friend on his success.

Before she departs, Anna asks Ruth if she knows of other inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest with magical abilities, hoping they could assist her on her journey.

Ruth sends Anna to the infamously powerful sorcerer, Rumplestiltskin, but heads a word of caution as she does. Nevertheless, Anna's journey continues, and her search for the Dark One begins.

At some times afterwards, Anna had arrived at Rumplestiltskin's castle and asks the Dark One why her parents went to the Enchanted Forest on their ill-fated voyage that has to do with Elsa's magical power.

After Anna tells him she'll do "whatever it takes" to help her sister, Rumplestiltskin agrees to tell her, under one condition: she must go to the home of an old man, an apprentice of a sorcerer, and pour a bottled substance into his tea.

To sweeten the deal, Anna must sign the contract and only then, once the job is done, he will tell her about her parents.

Arriving at the cottage, the apprentice invited her in for some tea and biscuits. Thinking the substance is poison and unable hurt the kind old stranger, Anna instead pours the substance into the fire.

After Anna reports to Rumplestiltskin that she did what she's ask to do, he reveals that the substance Anna was suppose to give to the apprentice is actually an antidote to keep the man alive after he was poisoned a day earlier.

Shocked, Anna tell him the truth and begged for more antidote to save the man. But Rumplestiltskin shows her through his crystal ball that the man was already transforming into a mouse.

After she arrives back at the cottage to find the mouse, Rumplestiltskin reveals that the apprentice is actually a first line of defense of guarding a special item hidden in his cottage.

He reveals the item's second line of defense is that it's protected by an enchantment spell, by which it can't be opened by people who had faced their inner darkness.

Telling Anna that she broke the contract, her punishment would be locked up in his castle forever, while Elsa will be heartbroken since Anna left because of her and become a monster, and her wedding with Kristoff will be off.

Refusing his words and her fate as his prisoner, Anna placed a sword to Rumplestiltskin's heart and demands him to rip the contract; only to have the Dark One urges her to kill him with it.

Unable to bring herself to commit such horrible bloodshed, due to her pure kindness and being overwhelmed by the though of actually killing the Dark One, Anna collapses in tears.

One of her tears landed on Rumplestiltskin's dagger, which allows him to open the box. Anna chides Rumplestiltskin for using love as a weapon, which he replies that love is a weapon, it's just that he knows how to wield it more than others.

After Rumplestiltskin emerges from the vault with the box, Anna tells him to tell her why her parents traveled to the Enchanted Forest.

He tells her that the King and Queen of Arendelle had come to him looking for a way to take away Elsa's powers forever. Though Anna is convinced that her parents loved Elsa, Rumplestiltskin claimed they actually feared her.

He tells her that they did not find what they were looking for, but that the box he retrieved from the vault does contain something that does: the sorcerer's hat, which has the ability to take away a person's powers.

After Rumplestiltskin plans to use the hat to make himself unstoppable when it has enough power, Anna tells him that the apprentice could stop him, though Rumplestiltskin states he is not there.

However, Anna corrected him when a mouse jumps on to his hand and bites him, making him drop the dagger. En arrivant devant le palais d'Elsa, les personnages restent sans voix.

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Queen of Arendelle after Elsa's abdication Princess of Arendelle at birth. I became a part of the kind of movie I wanted to see as a kid," she said.

Their posture was too good and they were too well-spoken, and I feel like I really made this girl much more relatable and weirder and scrappier and more excitable and awkward.

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I really wanted to infuse her with who I am. I wanted the heart behind it to be that things didn't come to her; the birds didn't come and braid her hair.

She went out and fought for things. I'm really proud that little girls will be able to see that, because that's what I wanted.

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Far from there, Elsa decides to let go of her powers and build an enormous ice palace. At a trading post on her journey, Anna meets a mountain man named Kristoff, an ice harvester who agrees to lead her to the North Mountain, where he knows that a magical phenomenon has occurred and helps her escape a pack of wolves, resulting in his sled being destroyed after falling down into a large hole and catching fire.

The duo and Kristoff's reindeer Sven , are chased by wolves on the way and encounter Elsa's snowman, Olaf, who was unknowingly brought to life by Elsa and later leads them to her palace.

The sisters reunite, but Elsa is reluctant to help Anna by ending the eternal winter. Upset, she loses control of her powers, striking Anna in her heart, which ends up slowly weakening and soon becoming extremely cold as well along with other dangerous freezing side-effects.

Desperate to get her sister to leave, Elsa creates a giant snow creature, named Marshmallow by Olaf , and it throws Anna and her friends away from the palace.

After escaping, Kristoff asks Anna what's next of their journey but Anna begins to have a panic-attack of worrying about Elsa, their kingdom, and Kristoff's ice business.

The latter reassures the princess that his ice business is no longer his priority and that everything will be ok. But just when things were calming down, a shock of Anna's hair turning white as a part of the curse Elsa accidentally put her sister on , leads Kristoff takes her back to his adoptive family of trolls.

Although the trolls think the two are in love and the duo denying any romance between them, Anna and Kristoff soon come to silently to realize their own feelings for each other despite Anna still being engaged to Hans.

As an unexpected wedding between them is about to start, Anna collapses and almost loses consciousness as her frozen heart curse increases more in its power.

Grand Pabbie sadly tells Anna and Kristoff that Anna's heart been accidentally frozen by her sister Elsa with her magic and although he's quite powerful with strong magic of his own , only an act of true love can save her from freezing completely.

Kristoff, believing that a romantic kiss from Hans will heal her as suggested by his troll adoptive mother , takes Anna back to the kingdom.

Meanwhile, Hans has led a group of soldiers to the ice palace in a search for Anna. Elsa's defenses are not enough and she is taken back to Arendelle's dungeon unconscious when Hans strikes a bow-and-arrow from one of Weselton's guards toward the palace's icy chandelier.

At the castle, Anna's request for a kiss is denied by Hans, who reveals their engagement was merely a ploy to seize the throne of Arendelle. He locks Anna in her room without a fire, leaving her to freeze to death and die.

Hans falsely claims that Anna is already dead and that they spoke their marriage vows before she died, making him the new ruler of Arendelle.

Olaf aids Anna in helping her learn what love is as she confessed that she deep down didn't know much about unlike before with her argument with Elsa from the coronation incident.

As he comforts her, Olaf also reveals to her Kristoff's love for her. Realizing her mutual true love feelings for the latter, Anna, with Olaf's help , races against time to reunite with him in order to break her curse.

Elsa also escapes into the fjord, but her fears triggers a massive whiteout blizzard, but breaks down in shock when Hans tells her that she "killed" Anna and the blizzard comes to a screeching halt.

While the end of the storm allows Anna to reunite with Kristoff, she sees Hans ready to kill Elsa, and with her final breath and strength, as her curse begins to reach its end, she stops him from killing her sister and inadvertently knocks him unconscious just as she freezes solid As Elsa grieves for her sister as well as the only family she had left , Anna begins to thaw, since her choice to sacrifice herself to save her elder sister rather than herself constitutes "an act of true love".

Upon learning that Anna saved her because of her love for her older sister, Elsa discovers that love is the key to controlling her powers and is able to thaw the kingdom as she uses her magic safely in public.

Anna confronts Hans, who thought Elsa froze her heart. But Anna mocks him and says that he is the only one with the frozen heart not her , and punches him in the face, making him fall off the ship into the water.

She then buys Kristoff a previously-promised new sled and they share a kiss, starting their new relationship.

Anna and Elsa's sisterly bond is then rekindled, with Elsa promising never to shut the castle gates again, much to Anna's joy. Nearly a year after the events of the first movie, Elsa throws a birthday party for Anna.

However Anna discovers, through Elsa's continuous sneezing that Elsa has caught a cold. Despite trying to make the party perfect for her sister to make up for all the previous ones in the past, Elsa's sneezes begin to create tiny snowmen the snowgies , which try to take the cake for themselves, and Elsa nearly falls off the clocktower due to her condition, only to be rescued by her sister.

Meanwhile, after the party, Kristoff, Sven, and Olaf help transport the snowmen to Elsa's ice palace in the mountains to live with Marshmallow.

In Olaf's Frozen Adventure , it is the first holiday season after the castle gates have reopened. To commemorate the occasion and "ring in the season", Anna and Elsa plan a surprise Christmas party for Arendelle's people, though the two sisters soon come to realize that their own family lacks traditions as a result of their lengthy isolation which makes Anna really upset.

Olaf, meanwhile, makes it his mission to find a holiday tradition for the sisters to share. While Olaf's efforts are unsuccessful, the sisters later go through some of their old childhood possessions and realize that they did have a holiday tradition after all.

Every year for Christmas, Anna would make some artwork of Olaf and slip it under Elsa's door that helped keep them connected while they were separate and Elsa would then keep it all in a box.

Anna and Elsa together, alongside the Disney Princesses and Moana , appear in the film, as was announced at the D23 Expo. In the flashback sequence, some time before the first film takes place, a young Anna and Elsa listens to a bedtime story from their father, King Agnarr.

Agnarr tells them their grandfather, King Runeard, established a treaty with the neighboring tribe of Northuldra by building a dam in their homeland, the Enchanted Forest thirty-four years ago.

At the ceremony, a fight breaks out, resulting in Runeard's death as he falls off a cliff along with the Northuldran warrior whom he was trying to strike down.

The battle enrages the elemental spirits of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water of the forest and the spirits disappear then a wall of mist descends on the Enchanted Forest, trapping everyone inside.

Agnarr, though, manages to escape with the help of an unknown savior, who saves him from the war and the two return to Arendelle as the next King and Queen.

Three years after the events of Frozen , Anna celebrates the arrival of autumn in the kingdom with Elsa, Olaf, Kristoff, and Sven.

One night, when everyone has fallen asleep, Elsa hears and follows a mysterious voice calling out to her, and unintentionally awakens the elemental spirits.

The spirits disrupts Arendelle, forcing everyone including Anna to evacuate. Grand Pabbie and the Trolls arrive; Pabbie tells Anna and Elsa the spirits are angry over a past event, and they must discover the truth and set things right.

The Wind spirit named Gale by Olaf , appears and sweeps everyone up in a vortex, where in which it causes Anna to clutch her stomach from feeling extremely sick and nauseous.

To avoid throwing up, she tries covering her hands to her mouth but it only worsens her nausea. Although Olaf offered to hold her hair back while she was nearly on the verge of really puking, he couldn't since his arms were in the back of his head without his knowledge.

Besides getting sick, Anna also almost harmed severely by a damaged tree, until it's stopped by Elsa's powers, which then formed a number of ice sculptures.

Anna and Elsa discover the sculptures to be images from their father's past, and that their mother Iduna was a Northuldran who saved their father's life all those years ago.

The party soon encounters the Northuldra tribe and a group of Arendellian soldiers, still in conflict with one another. The Fire spirit appears where Anna almost gets killed from inhaling in too much smoke while trying to keep her sister safe as well as trying to be careful; only to be saved by Elsa and Kristoff.

Elsa soon discovers the Fire spirit to be an agitated magical salamander and manages to calms it down with her powers and soothing it.

When Elsa confronts Anna about following her and nearly getting killed in the fire, Anna tearfully admits that she only went in there because she thought Elsa wasn't being careful and didn't want to lose her.

The latter then apologizes to her, putting on their mother's cloak for comfort which shocks the Northuldras and Arendellians.

Anna and Elsa explains their parentage to the Northuldra and the Arendellian soldiers, forming a truce between them.

Later, they learn of the existence of a fifth spirit that will unite the people with the magic of nature. Anna and Elsa continue to head north with Olaf.

They discover their parents' shipwreck and a map to Ahtohallan, a mythical river told by their mother to contain memories of the past.

Feeling guilty of her and Anna's parents' deaths, Elsa decides to travel alone and sends Anna and Olaf away, which deeply hurts Anna.

Elsa reaches Ahtohallan, along the way taming Nokk , the Water spirit that guards the sea to Ahtohallan.

Elsa discover the voice to be her mother's call, that her powers was a gift from the magic of nature for Iduna's selfless act of saving Agnarr, and that she is the fifth spirit.

Continuing deeper into Ahtohallan, Elsa discovers the dam to be a ruse to reduce the Northuldran' resources, as Runeard disliked the tribe's connection to magic, and that Runeard also initiated the conflict by killing the Northuldran leader.

Elsa sends the information to Anna before she becomes frozen due to venturing too deep into Ahtohallan in an similar way Anna did when was under frozen heart curse in the previous film , which causes Olaf to fade away due to the loss of Elsa's magic and it not being present.

Though heart-broken of the presumed loss of her sister and best friend, Anna receives Elsa's message, as she concludes the dam must be destroyed to right the past.

Elsa thaws out from Anna's actions of destroying the bridge and rides Nokk back to Arendelle, stopping the flood of water released by the dam from destroying the kingdom.

One of the spirits then reveals to Anna that Elsa is alive and well as they reunite and reconcile with one another. Elsa and Anna then revive Olaf, as he mentioned before that "water has memory" and Kristoff finally works up the courage to propose to Anna, which she ecstatically accepts.

Elsa also explains to Anna that they are now the bridge between the people and the spirits as she puts it: the bridge has two sides just like their mother gave birth to both of them.

Sometime later, Elsa abdicates the throne, making Anna the new Queen of Arendelle while Elsa becomes the protector of the Enchanted Forest, and promises regularly visits Arendelle to spend time with the ones she loves On November 6, , Disney Consumer Products began releasing a line of merchandise featuring Anna in Disney Store and other retailers.

In Walt Disney World , the sisters had their debut on October 22, , in a temporary attraction at Disney's Hollywood Studios while their main attractions in Epcot were being built, [74] then officially made appearances in the Norway Pavilion of Epcot on November 2, , [75] alongside a gallery of Norwegian culture which the film's setting and design drew inspirations from.

Anna made a few appearances in Disney California Adventure 's Winter Dreams , a minute, winter-themed new show of the nighttime spectacle World of Color with Olaf, the show's host, and Elsa.

It premiered June 13, , and preceded performances of Mickey 's Soundsational Parade. The sisters also made appearances in For the First Time in Forever: A Frozen Sing-Along Celebration , where they were joined by royal historians to retell the history of Arendelle; and "Frozen" Fireworks Spectacular alongside Kristoff and Olaf, a fireworks display set to the music of Frozen.

The location includes products inspired by Anna, Elsa, and Olaf. While there had not been any official announcements from Disney regarding a coronation for Anna and Elsa, it had been announced in late August that a special character meal would be held by a group of travel agents in the morning of September 24, While not officially organized by Disney, the event, called My Royal Coronation , would feature the official Anna and Elsa characters owned by Disney with assistance from the company.

The attraction features the kingdom of Arendelle with music and scenes from the film, as well as meet-and-greets with Anna and Elsa.

In addition, the Storybook Land Canal Boats at Disneyland were updated to include the village of Arendelle from the film, including Anna and Elsa's castle.

Beginning May 22, , Disneyland debuted a new nighttime parade called " Paint the Night ", which includes a Frozen float featuring Anna, Elsa, and Olaf, as part of the park's 60th anniversary celebration.

She is portrayed by Elizabeth Lail. Patti Murin originated the role of Anna in the Broadway musical , which opened in March Kristen Bell was lauded for her performance as Anna in the film.

Michelle Im, writing for the Eye of the Tiger referred to the character as "bubbly and spirited", and commented, "Not only was [Bell] able to nail those vibratos and belting notes in her songs, it was actually her singing them.

Anna still has an infatuation with the charming Hans and romantic chemistry with the flustered Kristoff, but her greatest love is for her sister.

She's an incredibly sympathetic character, and it's a fresh spin on depicting estrangement between siblings. Anna has so much life and enthusiasm, and we want to see her share it with Elsa.

This journey sends her on a difficult adventure in which she learns about both sacrifice and love. However, the character was not without criticisms.

Michelle Im from the Eye of the Tiger referred to Anna's falling immediately in love with a prince as the only personal development in her character, and found it "disappointing" in comparison with Elsa's emotionally evolving personality.

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Brittney Lee is credited on the film as a visual development artist. Inside the Magic. Thankfully, Kristoff believes he has a solution, and leads the gang to the Valley of the Living Rock, where the trolls reside.

During the trip there, the two grow closer, with Kristoff showing great worry and care for the princess, unknowingly falling in love with her, whilst Anna gets to see a much softer side of the mountain man, growing equally close, though unknowingly harvesting feelings as well.

Upon their arrival, Kristoff's adopted mother Bulda immediately assumes Anna is Kristoff's girlfriend, but when the two deny any romance, Bulda and the trolls try to convince them otherwise, telling them they're meant for each other.

They arrange an entire wedding, but before it's complete, Anna nearly faints and loses balance as the curse increases in power, but Kristoff catches her and informs the trolls she's freezing cold.

Pabbie returns after sensing strange magic in the land, and sadly tells the friends that Anna is in grave danger upon discovering just what that magic is.

Unless she's part of an act of true love, she'll freeze to death, and although he's powerful, the old troll is unable to restore her health.

Bulda believes the act of true love would be "a true love's kiss," having the friends head back to Arendelle for Anna to receive a kiss from Hans.

Meanwhile, back at Elsa's palace, Hans and a group of soldiers arrive, believing Anna is somewhere within the icy walls in Elsa's clutches.

They manage to successfully storm in and capture the Snow Queen, but obviously fail to find the princess.

Even so, the team takes Elsa back to Arendelle and imprisons her by orders of Hans, just before Anna, Kristoff, Sven and Olaf arrive in the kingdom, greeted by the servants who've been desperately searching for the princess.

Though he's greatly saddened to leave her side, Kristoff leaves the kingdom with Sven after Anna's taken into care. She reunites with Hans in the castle library, and quickly informs him of all that happened, telling him she needs an act of true love to thaw her frozen heart, which would be true love's kiss.

Just when it looks like Anna is gonna be saved, however, Hans refuses to kiss the princess, and reveals that he has been using her all this time to become king of Arendelle.

It turns out that Hans has planned on wooing and marrying Anna, becoming next in line for the throne, and once that is complete, he will murder Elsa to be immediately crowned king with Anna as his consort.

And now that Anna is already dying due to Elsa's actions, and the latter being deemed a heartless monster by the citizens of Arendelle, none of that is necessary, and the kingdom is practically his for the taking.

Anna tries to stop him, but is far too weak, and Hans informs the princess all that is left is to kill Elsa and bring back summer, posing as the hero that saved Arendelle from destruction.

With these words, Hans locks the princess inside the library to die, leaving her confused, embarrassed and helpless as her freezing heart begins overtaking her body, with her dying process quickening by the minute.

Meanwhile, in the dining hall, Hans inform the dignitaries of Anna's supposed death, and blames Elsa for the murderous crime. Shocked by Elsa's alleged actions, the Duke of Weselton declares that the kingdom is truly in great danger at that point, feeling Elsa stooping to the level of killing her own sister clarifies the intense danger she poses.

Hans also claims he and Anna married just before she died in his arms, thus making him king of Arendelle, and as his first order as ruler, he charges Queen Elsa with high treason and sentences her to death.

In the dungeon, Elsa manages to escape her prison, but her fearful emotions causes an icy curse to overtake the castle, dropping the temperatures even lower, thus causing Anna to die much faster.

Just then, Olaf arrives and immediately begins aiding to Anna the moment he spots her in her still ill conditions. The snowman successfully lights a fire at the fireplace, despite Anna fearing he'll melt, to which Olaf explains he doesn't care about his own life as long as Anna is safe.

Olaf then asks what happened with Hans, having her reveal his treachery. Nevertheless, Olaf decides to merely come up with another act to save the princess, but feeling defeated, Anna claims she doesn't know what love is any longer.

Olaf rectifies her problem by teaching her that love—real love—is putting someone else's need before yours, using Kristoff as her example, as he has ignored his true feelings for Anna's happiness, believing Hans was her true love as well.

Anna then learns that Kristoff is the one she needs to share true love's kiss with, and she and Olaf rush out to find him just as the icy curse in the castle reaches full power, eventually forming into a deadly blizzard.

From the outskirts of Arendelle, Kristoff and Sven are able to witness this blizzard occurring, and rush back to rescue Anna, fearing she's in danger.

Back at the castle, Anna and Olaf manage to escape and head into the fjords to find Kristoff, though Olaf is blown away by the powerful winds, leaving Anna to fend for herself.

Kristoff and Sven rush through the raging blizzard, as well, and are soon also separated, but Kristoff keeps going, eventually hearing Anna's cries for help, and following it to save her.

Not too far from them, Elsa is in the mix of trying to escape Arendelle to return to her ice palace. However, Hans soon arrives and confronts her, needing her dead to put an end to the winter, though maintaining his benevolent appearance to successfully manipulate the queen.

Hans tells the Snow Queen that escaping all of the damage she had caused is futile. Elsa implores Hans to take care of her beloved little sister in her absence.

At the mention of Anna, Hans reveals that Anna returned from the mountains weak and cold, saying that the queen froze her heart, and despite his efforts to save her, it was too late.

He accuses Elsa of killing her own sister. The news causes Elsa to break down in shock and heartbreak, and the monstrous storm comes to a halt.

This finally clears the way for Anna and Kristoff, and they rush toward each other. But at that moment, Anna hears a sword being drawn a short distance away.

In horror, she realizes Hans is preparing to kill Elsa. Anna must choose to save herself or her sister, which is only seconds away. After one last look at Kristoff, she rushes towards Elsa and Hans, destroying her own chance of surviving in order to save her elder sister.

Just before Hans delivers the death blow on the Queen, Anna jumps in between them, with a hand outstretched to stop him. She freezes solid completely, with the ice of her fingers shattering his sword.

The impact knocks the prince onto the ground, unconscious. Just as Anna's dying breath is lost, Elsa notices what has happened.

She breaks down in sorrow and wraps her arms around her younger sister's frozen body. Kristoff, Olaf and Sven arrive shortly at the scene and mourn the loss of the princess with Elsa, along with the dignitaries and guards, who witness the powerful scene from the castle balcony.

But soon thereafter, Anna thaws from her frozen state, beginning around her heart, as Anna's willingly ultimate sacrifice for Elsa has constituted an act of true sisterly love.

Elsa is relieved and overly joyous that Anna is alive and well, surprised that Anna has sacrificed herself for her.

With Olaf explaining that an act of true love will thaw a frozen heart, Elsa realizes that love is the key to controlling her powers and finally lifts the icy curse from Arendelle.

As Hans struggles to his feet, Kristoff tries to attack Hans, but Anna confronts him instead for his betrayal by berating him for his frozen heart and punching him in the face, so hard that Hans falls off the ship they were standing on, into the water below.

Anna and Elsa share another hug again, rekindling their sisterly bond. As the sisters hug, Anna looks lovingly towards Kristoff, showing that she reciprocated his love.

Once again, Arendelle is restored to peace. Elsa is once again accepted as queen, with everyone finally understanding that she is no monster, but a creator of beautiful magic.

After Hans and the Duke of Weselton are deported Hans sent back to his kingdom to face his brothers for his crimes, and the Duke of Weselton having his trade with Arendelle cut off , Olaf and Sven enjoy summer together, and Anna buys Kristoff his promised new sled.

Upon informing him that Elsa had named him "Official Arendelle Ice Master and Deliverer", he attempts to decline both the sled and the title, too modest to accept, but Anna points out that this is a direct order from the queen.

When she asks what his thoughts on the sled are, Kristoff picks up Anna and twirls her around in his arms, exclaiming he loves it, and that he could kiss her.

He immediately puts her down, and stammers awkwardly that he'd like to, among several sentences of nonsense, leaving him embarrassingly flustered before Anna kisses his cheek, saying to Kristoff "We may.

Later on, to celebrate the joyous day, Elsa turns the castle courtyard into an ice rink with the entire kingdom joining in on the festivities.

The queen vows never to close the gates again, much to Anna's joy. She presents Anna with new ice skates, and our heroines then begin skating with all of their friends, finally sharing the fun they used to have at long last.

She will be in 9 episodes and is portrayed by Elizabeth Lail. Two years after the events of the movie, Anna is engaged to Kristoff.

In honor of the momentous occasion, Elsa grants Anna both a beautiful new necklace and a gown originally owned by their deceased mother.

As Anna tries on the dress, Elsa discovers their mother's diary. Within the text, it is revealed the king and queen left Arendelle because of Elsa.

While Elsa believes it's because they feared her and saw her as a monster, Anna believes otherwise. To prove the true reason, Anna takes Elsa to Grand Pabbie.

Pabbie is unable to uncover the exact reason the king and queen left, but reveals where they were heading; a land known as Mist Haven.

While Elsa still worries, Anna reassures positivity and suggest they travel to Mist Haven to find out the truth for themselves. Reluctant about the idea, Elsa denies, claiming she doesn't want to abandon her kingdom and fears Hans and his brothers will strike should they leave Arendelle.

Unable to convince her sister to tag along and grant permission, Anna secretly boards a ship and travels to Mist Haven, herself, in hopes of finding the truth to their parents' mysterious journey.

After arriving in the Enchanted Forest Mist Haven , Anna seeks out a young shepherd by the name of David, an old friend of Kristoff's and the soon-to-be Prince Charming, as a means for nightly shelter.

After agreeing, however, David is confronted by his sorceress of a landlord, Bo Peep, who's requesting her monthly payment. With money scarce, David and his mother, Ruth, have no choice but to deny, resulting in a proposition.

Bo Peep gives the family one day to hand over the payment, or they must pay with their farm, as well as their lives.

However, a spirited Anna decides to take David under her wings to teach him in the art of self-defense via sword fighting. Though the training is apparently futile, David's courage comes to pass upon learning Bo Peep branded Anna as her own, as further punishment for the lack of payment.

Furious, David fights off Bo Peep and her men, stealing her magic staff and rushing to Anna's rescue.

It's revealed she's alive and well, fortunately, and a proud princess congratulates her new friend on his success. Before she departs, Anna asks Ruth if she knows of other inhabitants of the Enchanted Forest with magical abilities, hoping they could assist her on her journey.

Ruth sends Anna to the infamously powerful sorcerer, Rumplestiltskin, but heads a word of caution as she does. Nevertheless, Anna's journey continues, and her search for the Dark One begins.

At some times afterwards, Anna had arrived at Rumplestiltskin's castle and asks the Dark One why her parents went to the Enchanted Forest on their ill-fated voyage that has to do with Elsa's magical power.

After Anna tells him she'll do "whatever it takes" to help her sister, Rumplestiltskin agrees to tell her, under one condition: she must go to the home of an old man, an apprentice of a sorcerer, and pour a bottled substance into his tea.

To sweeten the deal, Anna must sign the contract and only then, once the job is done, he will tell her about her parents. Arriving at the cottage, the apprentice invited her in for some tea and biscuits.

Thinking the substance is poison and unable hurt the kind old stranger, Anna instead pours the substance into the fire.

After Anna reports to Rumplestiltskin that she did what she's ask to do, he reveals that the substance Anna was suppose to give to the apprentice is actually an antidote to keep the man alive after he was poisoned a day earlier.

Shocked, Anna tell him the truth and begged for more antidote to save the man. But Rumplestiltskin shows her through his crystal ball that the man was already transforming into a mouse.

After she arrives back at the cottage to find the mouse, Rumplestiltskin reveals that the apprentice is actually a first line of defense of guarding a special item hidden in his cottage.

He reveals the item's second line of defense is that it's protected by an enchantment spell, by which it can't be opened by people who had faced their inner darkness.

Telling Anna that she broke the contract, her punishment would be locked up in his castle forever, while Elsa will be heartbroken since Anna left because of her and become a monster, and her wedding with Kristoff will be off.

Refusing his words and her fate as his prisoner, Anna placed a sword to Rumplestiltskin's heart and demands him to rip the contract; only to have the Dark One urges her to kill him with it.

Unable to bring herself to commit such horrible bloodshed, due to her pure kindness and being overwhelmed by the though of actually killing the Dark One, Anna collapses in tears.

One of her tears landed on Rumplestiltskin's dagger, which allows him to open the box. Anna chides Rumplestiltskin for using love as a weapon, which he replies that love is a weapon, it's just that he knows how to wield it more than others.

After Rumplestiltskin emerges from the vault with the box, Anna tells him to tell her why her parents traveled to the Enchanted Forest.

He tells her that the King and Queen of Arendelle had come to him looking for a way to take away Elsa's powers forever. Though Anna is convinced that her parents loved Elsa, Rumplestiltskin claimed they actually feared her.

He tells her that they did not find what they were looking for, but that the box he retrieved from the vault does contain something that does: the sorcerer's hat, which has the ability to take away a person's powers.

After Rumplestiltskin plans to use the hat to make himself unstoppable when it has enough power, Anna tells him that the apprentice could stop him, though Rumplestiltskin states he is not there.

However, Anna corrected him when a mouse jumps on to his hand and bites him, making him drop the dagger.

Anna picks up the dagger and realizes that she can control him with it. She use the dagger to command Rumplestiltskin to do three things—return her and the box to Arendelle, never harm her or Elsa, and revert the apprentice back into his human form.

He agrees and sends Anna back home in a puff of smoke. Finally home, Anna reunites with Kristoff where they embrace and share a kiss.

She informed Kristoff that her parents did went to the Enchanted Forest out of fear of Elsa, and they seek to use a box that contains the sorcerer's magical hat to rid Elsa of her powers.

When Kristoff asked how is she gonna break this to Elsa, Anna says she has no idea what to tell her sister. When she reunites with Elsa, Anna instead lied about her discovery, claiming their parents didn't find what they seek when they traveled to the Enchanted Forest.

To her surprise, she discovered that Elsa has managed to control her magical powers. Even more surprising is when Elsa introduced her to Ingrid the Snow Queen, their aunt, who also has the same power.

Despite Elsa's claim that Ingrid was a relative of theirs, Anna was suspicious since their aunt isn't in any of the family's portrait or records.

After sharing this revelation with Kristoff, Anna decides to visit Grand Pabbie again to find out their family's secret involving Ingrid.

When Kristoff discusses Anna's decision to withhold the truth from Elsa, concerning what her parents did in the Enchanted Forest, Anna decides to keep hiding the truth from her sister until the time is right to tell her, which he supports.

After Anna departs to find more answers, she and Kristoff are unaware that Ingrid has been eavesdropping on their conversation the whole time.

Anna stops by Oaken's shop to get some supplies for her trek, where she would then met Belle, who is also visiting the rock trolls in hopes recovering her memory following the recent lose of her mother.

Together, they managed to reach rock trolls' valley, and after Pabbie helps Belle, he tells Anna what he knows.

He reveals that Ingrid is her mother's eldest sister, and it turns out they have another sister, a middle sister named Helga. When Ingrid and Helga mysteriously vanished in the garden one day, they were erased from all records.

Now suspicious of her aunt's secrecy, Anna and Belle hurry down the mountain to warn Elsa. On the way down, however, a deadly storm conjured up by Ingrid halted their descent.

Suddenly, a fierce wind strikes, knocking Anna off the cliff, where she clings to an edge, and making Belle drop the stone that contains her memory.

Belle was busy trying to save the memory stone, while Anna calls to her for help, which she finally prompts to do after the stone falls and shatters at the bottom of the cliff.

Before Belle can reach and save her, Anna's grip finally loosens and she hit the ground, and is rendered unconscious.

Belle can only helplessly watch as Ingrid steals the box containing the magical hat, and whisks Anna away in a puff of smoke.

Anna awakes to find herself in the castle's dungeon cell, and face to face with Ingrid, who accuses her of wanting to use the sorcerer's hat to drain Elsa of her power.

Anna denies the notion, arguing that she wasn't intending to use it on anyone until Ingrid attacked her.

Ingrid then admits that she wants a family, and think that her nieces could be hers. But since she now considers Anna to be the "odd one out," due to having nothing in common with her and Elsa, and not fitting the perfect criteria as the third family member, Ingrid vows to find the perfect replacement and have what she desires: a family that loves her for who she is.

As Elsa was preparing a feast for her sister, Ingrid, now with the intent on driving them apart, appears and tells her of Anna's trip to the Enchanted Forest.

Ingrid manipulates her into thinking that Anna was planning to use the sorcerer's hat to absorb all of her magic powers. Learning that she is locked up in the dungeon cell, Elsa pays Anna visit.

Elsa upsettingly accuses Anna of wanting to use the hat to strip away her magic; but it wasn't until the guards leaves that Elsa reveal it was all a ruse.

She tells Anna that she doesn't believes their aunt's lies. They now had plans to find the urn and trap Ingrid in it. The sisters search through Ingrid's old room, while Kristoff is put on lookout duty.

As she opened the wardrobe, Anna was frightened and startled by the sight of Hans' frozen body, until Elsa explained what had happened while she was away in the Enchanted Forest, but they managed to find the urn next to him.

As part of the plan, Anna was returned to the dungeon cell, where she'll ambush Ingrid when she comes to check up on her. Unfortunately, Ingrid was on to their scheme, and Anna now found herself in chains and trapped in the cell with her.

Ingrid then uses a shard of mirror to place Anna under her spell, the Spell of Shattered Sight, resulting in Anna releasing her inner anger and resentment towards her sister.

As she enters the dining room, Anna finds Elsa preparing a feast for her, comprised entirely of chocolate.

Instead of being pleased, Anna angrily confronts her sister for abandoning her during their childhood.

While under the spell's influence, Anna throws the necklace that Elsa gifted her into a fire. As Elsa is bewildered at her sister's anger, Ingrid appears and admits she did it to show Anna's inner darkness, causing Elsa to realize her aunt has placed her sister under her spell.

Ingrid demands that Elsa freeze Anna to prevent her from trapping Elsa inside of the urn; however, Elsa refuses to hurt her sister, and holds her arms against her sides.

In an unexpected twist, Anna, still under the spell's influence, unseal the urn and traps Elsa inside. As she is slowly absorbed into the urn, Elsa tells her that no matter what she does, she will always love her.

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