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What do you mean This is a page of Anna so far?V1 Comment
Two servants, Kai and Gerda are both named after the protagonists of the original "Snow Queen" tale by Hans Christian Andersen, by which Frozen was inspired. In the original story, Kai was the imperiled best friend (brother in some interpretations) of Gerda, a brave heroine determined to rescue him from The Snow Queen. Let's face it. They could've chosen different better names for the butler and the maid than the names Kai and Gerda back then before so we wouldn't have to be easily confused but no instead they just had to confuse us.
Man, I'll never ever even understand why the butler's name had to be Kai and the maid's name had to be Gerda. Those two original main protagonists, Kai and Gerda deserve to be included in the movie, Frozen too whether they were born and even portrayed as biologically related by blood or non related meaning unrelated if they hadn't named the butler, Kai nor named the maid, Gerda back then before, then they would've easily enjoyed the movie, Frozen.
There still even should've been a male inspiration for Kai the male original protagonist of The Snow Queen by Hans Christian Andersen but don't get me wrong, I still love Elsa though.
Man, there should've been a better female inspiration for Gerda than that total pain in the neck, Anna back then before in Frozen.V2 Comments
The one who whose name was never ever even Elsa. She would've been portrayed as Elsa's wicked stepmother.
As long as it never ever even Ingrid (Once Upon A Time) either.V1 Comment
Man, it's not fair. Elsa needs way, far more screen time, lines, scenes and to be a bigger role than ever.
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2. Olaf Not Being In the Film.
3. The Duke of Weselton Being the Main Villain