It’s been 6 years since Elsa is Anna have won the hearts of girls all over the world with their adventures in the ice. On November 27, six years later, they return to become, we are sure, box office box office champions again with a new episode set in the land of the Sami.
Oh yeah. Because the second episode of the Frozen saga, released in the United States on November 22, also arrives in Italy with an unpublished story that sees, once again, the characters who had already made the first film famous: in addition to Anna and Elsa, Kristoff, Olaf, the reindeer Sven…
Direction: Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee
Distribution: Disney Pictures
Duration: 103 minutes
Three years have passed since the events of Frozen and the city of Arendelle has finally found peace. With her also her sisters Anna and Elsa, who enjoy each other’s company and that of friends Kristoff, Olaf and Sven.
The tranquility of the palace is, however, disturbed by an angelic voice that only Elsa can hear and that constantly, day and night, calls her with a song until she awakens in her the powers linked to the strength that her father met in the forest many years ago. These new powers materialize with crystals and grow stronger and stronger until all the elements (fire, water, wind and earth) crash into the city of Arendelle. Elsa thus confides to Anna the presence of the voice that is calling her from a distant land and together they decide to leave in search of the origin of her new powers.
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The film is the 58th produced and distributed by Disney. Set in the remote northern lands of Scandinavia, it has a more noir vibe than the first episode and a wider color palette.
The soundtrack, as for the first chapter of the series, is again by the spouses Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez for the songs and by Christophe Beck for the music. The Italian texts are by Lorena Brancucci. The songs were released in both English and Italian on November 15, 2019 (available in full on Spotify).
In the Italian version the voices are, as in the first film, of Serena Autieri (Elsa), Serena Rossi (Anna), Enrico Brignano (Olaf), Paolo De Santis (Kristoff) and Claudia Paganelli (the Queen Iduna).
For this second episode, which has all the credentials to confirm itself as the box-office champion of Christmas films, a special dubbing in the Sami language has been decided in honor of the populations living in the lands where the protagonists move.