By Billy Tuite
As if the weather outside wasn’t chilly enough, Applied Arts is about to get a little colder. Blue Devil Productions is hosting a screening of Disney’s latest 3D-animated epic, “Frozen” on March 7.
A musical adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tale “The Snow Queen,” “Frozen” follows Princess Anna on her perilous adventure to find her escaped sister, Queen Elsa, whose icy powers have cast the kingdom of Arendelle into an endless winter. The rough-and-tumble Kristoff and goofy snowman Olaf team up with Anna in her battle with the elements as they encounter wolves, trolls and giant yeti creatures. Anna must ultimately save the kingdom and repair the growing rift between her and her sister.
Despite the title and prominent icy themes, “Frozen” will melt even the coldest of hearts with its witty writing, charming characters, stunning animation and sensational musical score. Although technically a Disney princess film, male and female students alike will enjoy this movie.
Blue Devil Productions will be showing “Frozen” on Fri. March 7 at 6 p.m. and 9 p.m. in Applied Arts room 210. Attend for free and let Disney warm your heart once again.